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Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt

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DAD-EF-RA. Second pyramid credited to, 25
DAH'SHUR. Pyramid of Senusert at, 26
DANAË. Greek myth of, 205
DARWIN. Allusion to, 189
DAVIES. Monuments and temples recovered by, 160
DEAD, THE. The judgment of Anubis on, 209;
Egyptian respect for, 238;
a game of draughts with the, 267, 268;
interred in shallow groves in pre-dynastic Egypt, 312;
welfare of the, in Egypt, 313
DEATH. Destination of the soul after, 255, 256
DECREE OF CANOPU. Stelæ inscribed in hieroglyphic, Demotic,
and Greek found, 186
DED'I. Hero of magical tale, 200-202
DEIR-EL-BA'HAR'I. Equivalent, 'the Northern Covent';
the name of the temple erected to Queen Hatshepsut, 248
DE IS'IDE ET OSI'RI-DE. Religious tales of Plutarch, 4;
legend of Osiris as related in, 64;
passage from, 101
DEITY. Beelzebub, example of the broken-down, 257
DEITIES. Native; control over, 253;
of Egypt; evolved from animistic conceptions, 257;
North American, 261;
Egyptians free from bigotry for their native, 275;
war and Egyptian, 276;
Asiatic, 280;
Bes, African, 281;
the lion identified with solar, 291;
lion-headed, in the underworld, 292
DE'LOS. Reference to, 56
DEL'TA, THE. Description of, 33;
Isis in swamps of the, 95, 264;
Libyan aggression in the, 140;
Bast, goddess of, 148;
reference to, 150, 191;
war between Upper Egypt and, 240-245;
worship of Ashtoreth in, 278;
Reshpu's chief centre of worship in the, 280;
home of the Egyptian lion, 291
DE'MET-ER. Figure in mysterious cult, 58;
myth of, 77;
story of, 121
DE'MON-S. Gods as, 102;
equivalent, Genii, 102;
cure of those possessed by, 268, 269
DEMON OF SILENCE. Tehuti-nekht and the, 222
DEM-OT'IC. Represents vulgar dialect of Saïte period, 183, 184, 186;
papyrus, 188, 189, 195
DEN. Equivalents, Udy-mu or Hesepti, 63;
fifth king of the First Dynasty, 63
DEN-DE'RAH. Tree of Osiris at, 72;
temple of Hathor at, 165
DÊR-EL-BA'HAR'I. Edifices at, 317
DEVOURER OF THE WEST. A monster; protector of Osiris, 119
DI'ANA. Equivalent Bast or Bubastis, 149
DI'NO. Story related by, 103
DI-OD'OR-US. Tale related by, 11;
on the Apis, 284;
the crocodile and, 290;
his statement re cats, 293
DI-ON-Y'SI-US. Soteles and, 307
DI-OS'PO-LIS, PARVA. Equivalent, How, 72, 73
'DIRECTOR OF THE SOLDIERS.' Priest's title at Mendes, 53
DIVINE SPEECH. Thoth was the personification of the, 106
DIVINE WIFE. Amen represented by a, 300
DIVINITIES. Of Egypt, 257;
of Egypt, identified by Herodotus with those of Greece, 303;
favourite, 310
DOG, THE. Worship of, 294;
held in honour, 294;
confusion of, with the jackal, 294
DO'RA. A city of Zakkala, 232
D'OR-BI'NEY, MME ELIZABETH, 224
D'ORBINEY PAPYRUS. Title, 224;
translated repeatedly, 224;
owner, Sety Merenptah (Sety II); more than three thousand years old;
hero of the story is Bitou, 224
DRA'CO. Identified with Reret, 181
DRAUGHTS. Setne and Nefer-ka-ptah play a game of, 268
DREAMS. The gods and, 273
DU'A AND SEF. Alternatives, 292
DU'AT. Abode of the dead, 82;
reference to, 104, 108, 151, 152, 161, 173;
believed to be formed of body of Osiris, 114;
description of, 116;
Osiris journeys through the, 117, 118;
the wicked and the, 122;
gods presiding over the, 126;
Ptah and the dead in the, 144
DU-AT'I. A god of the Duat, 115
DWELLER IN THE HENNU BOAT. Book of the Dead and the, 111
DYNASTY. Fifth, 17;
Book of the Dead revised during First, 18;
Fifth and Sixth, 19;
Pharaoh buried during First, 22;
pyramid during Third, 24;
pyramidal architecture from Fourth to Twelfth, 24;
art of mummification in Twenty-first, 27;
custom of Eighteenth, 28, 29;
date of Twelfth, 35;
division of dynasties, 36;
Eighteenth, 41;
Third, 46;
worship of Set in Twenty-second, 101;
king of the Eleventh, 111;
king of the First, 111;
Twenty-sixth, 111;
bas-relief of the Second, 112;
fully formed Book of the Dead in Sixth, in vogue in Second,
and probably First, 113;
Theban Recension in vogue from Eighteenth to Twenty-second, 114;
priests of Ra at Heliopolis during Fifth, 132;
Sixth, 133;
scarabs dating from Fourth, 137;
Amen, deity of Egypt in Fifth, 137;
temple built in honour of Amen, during Twelfth, 138;
military successes of Eighteenth, 159;
Second, 144;
Twenty-second, 146;
Third, 151, 154;
Twelfth, 152;
Anqet had temple built in Eighteenth, 156;
Theban monarchy at beginning of Eighteenth, 157;
papyrus of Eighteenth, 171;
inscriptions belonging to First, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, 182, 183;
tales, letters, of the Twelfth, 183;
papyri of the Eighteenth and Twenty-first, 183;
Demotic dialect traced to Twenty-fifth,

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