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Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt

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BOOK OF HIM THAT IS IN THE DUAT. See Book of Gates, 116, 118
BOOK OF SLAYING THE HIPPOPOTAMUS. Horus repeats formulæ in, 89
BOOK OF THE DEAD. Supplies Theban Recension, 2;
revision of, 18;
walls of tomb covered with texts from, 29;
if memorized ensures blissful future, 51;
reference to, 56, 63, 114, 143-145, 148, 152, 181, 187;
quotation from, 57;
society outlined in the, 58;
Osiris-Ra in, 73;
myth of Osiris in, 77;
the authority upon Osiris, 79;
helpers of Horus given positions in the, 95;
Anubis in, 104, 106;
a speech by Anubis in, 105;
Thoth alluded to in the, 107;
believed to be the work of Thoth, 108;
Egyptian title, Pert em hru; compiled for use of the dead, 109;
texts in, of great antiquity, 110, 111;
revision of, 112;
discoveries made by Maspero; three versions of, 113;
all good men made study of the, 115;
gods in the, 119;
description of Osiris in, 119;
book, an allegory, 120;
analogy to the, in the Popol Vuh, 121;
may preserve prehistoric ritual, 122;
Egyptian faith in the, 124;
states number of spirits in heaven, 127;
pictures of ladders in, 128;
Satet appears in, 156;
Aten appears in, 160;
deceased described in, as relying on Nut, 174;
magic formulas and guardians pictured in, 262;
provisions of spells in, 270, 271;
Set symbolized in, 289;
cat named in, 293
BOOK OF THE OPENING OF THE MOUTH, 30
BOOKS, LIBRARY OF MAGICAL. Equivalent, The Double House of Life;
written by Thoth, 265-268;
Setne's study in, 265
'BOOKS OF THOTH.' Number of, 108
BOOKS OF OVERTHROWING AP'EP. Gives spells and instructions, 131
BORNEANS. The soul and, 32
BOR'OS or BOR-O'ROS. Belief of, re the soul, 6, 32
BRAZIL. Boros of, 6, 32
BREASTED, PROFESSOR, 36
BRITAIN. Worship of Isis and, 84
BRITISH. Rosetta Stone in possession of, 37;
suzerainty, 38
BRITISH COLUMBIA, 6, 32
BRITISH MUSEUM. Papyri in the, 12, 206, 224, 228;
antiquities brought from Egypt to, 37;
reference to, 121;
Egyptian love-songs in, 206
BROTHERS. The story of the Two, 224-232
BRUGSCH. Osiris and, 64;
statement by, 73;
Set and, 100;
Ptah and, 144;
Khnemu and, 153
BU-BAS'TIS. Bast worshipped at, 148, 293, 300;
Herodotus and, 149;
cats buried at, 293, 302;
Sheshonk's capital at, 300
BUDGE, DR. E. A. WALLIS. On divinities of ancient Egypt, 8;
totemic theory and, 9;
reference to, 10, 269;
quotation from, 64;
Osiris and, 64;
compares Isis and Nephthys, 98;
view of, regarding Anubis and Up-uaut, 105;
Maāt and, 108, 109;
on Book of the Dead, 110;
Ptah, 146;
on origin of I-em-hetep, 151, 152;
on magic, 252, 258, 270;
animal transformation and, 271
BULL OF MEROE, THE. One of Amen's appellations, 214
BULL, THE. Worship of, 284-288;
Amasis and, 302
BU-SI'RIS. Inhabitants of, never use trumpets, 101;
the port of, 260, 261
BU'TO. 1. Goddess; the shrew-mouse sacred to, 295.
2. City—Herodotus at, 296
BYB'LOS. Coffin of Osiris at, 6, 68, 69;
death of child of King of, 81;
Ounamounou and, prince of, 233

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CAB-I'RI. Mysteries of the, 122
CAI'RO, 38
CAI'RO MUSEUM. Museum at, 38;
reference to, 132, 313, 314, 318
CALENDAR-S. Astrological, 273
CANO'PIC. Deities known as, 125;
otherwise called Children of Horus, 125
CAR'MEL. Worshipped, 9;
high place of deities, 10
CARTHAGE. Worship of Reshpu and, 280
CAS'TOR. Describes impress of the Sphragistæ, 103
CAT, THE. Worship of, 293;
an incarnation of Bast, 293;
Egyptian mythology and, 293;
Book of the Dead, and, 293;
Diodorus and, 293;
penalty for killing, 293;
Herodotus and, 293;
ceremonies at death of, 293;
buried in city of Bubastis, 293
CAU'AC A Deity of the ancient Maya; equivalent, Hozanek, 29
CENTRAL AMERICA-N. Teocalli of, 24;
the Maya of, 29, 109;
the Popol Vuh of, 58, 121;
Mayas' belief in resurrection, 79, 121;
the Kiches of, 133
CERES. Reference to, 102, 121
CHAMPOLLION. Rosetta Stone and, 38;
expedition to Egypt, 38;
allusion to his work, 187
CHARMS. Spells and, 262
CHE'OPS. First pyramid attributed to, 25;
alternative, Khufu, 25;
reference to, 112
CHEYENNE INDIANS, 10
CHI'LE. Superstition among tribes of, 259
CHINA. Japanese painting and, 311;
care for the dead in, 313
CHINESE. Mythology, 132
CHRIST, 319
CHRISTIANITY. Egyptian religion and, 300, 309
CHRISTIAN-S. Egyptian realms of bliss compared with, 128;
era, fable of lion and mouse dates within, 195;
Egyptian, or Copts, 269
CLAUDIAN, EMPEROR, 206
'COMPANIES' OF THE GODS. In the Pyramid Texts, 16;
alternative, Enneads, 16
COMTE DE CAY'LUS. Reference to, 321
CONSPIRACY. A magical, by Hui against Rameses III, 262, 263
CONVENT, THE NORTHERN. Temple erected to Queen Hatshepsut, 248
COP'TIC. The, idea of punishment in the Duat, 124;
manuscripts 182;
resemblances between Semitic and, 183;
language, 184
COP'TITES. Reference to, 101
COP'TOS. One of the centres of Amen-Ra at, 142;
Nefer-ka-Ptah, his wife and child, at, 266, 267
COP'TS. Equivalent for Christian Egyptians, 269
COURT OF THE THIRTY. Supreme tribunal of Egypt, 195
CREATION MYTHS. Reference to, 12
CRETAN. Myths; reference to, 77
COW-S, THE. Worship of, 284;
the Apis presented with, 285;
the most sacred of animals, 303
CROCODILE, THE. Worship of, 289-291;
the incarnation of the god Sebek, 289;
fear of 289;
Ra, Osiris and, 289;
hunting of, 290;
a protector of Egypt, 290;
Herodotus and, 290;
held sacred, 290, 306;
buried in the subterranean Labyrinth, 290;
centre of worship, 290;
cult of, 291;
Strabo and, 290
CROWN, WHITE. Shown on Egyptian monuments, 278
CY'PRUS. Worship of Reshpu and, 280

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DAC-O'TAS. Belief of, re the moon,

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