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Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt

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184;
Egyptian system of writing in Syria under the Eighteenth, 184;
hieroglyphic character in inscriptions of First;
practically unaltered from Fourth, 185, 186;
Demotic form of script in Twenty-sixth, 186;
king of Twelfth, 190;
tale of Twelfth, 191;
three sons of Rud-didet reigned during Fifth, 204, 205;
tale of the Nineteenth, 224;
story of the Eighteenth, 228;
Prince of Joppa's rebellion in Eighteenth, 249;
Baal known to the Egyptians under the Eighteenth, 277;
Nineteenth, 277;
Qetesh's title on inscriptions of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth, 279;
cult of Apis traced to the Second, 284;
the Middle Kingdom from Ninth to Seventeenth, 317;
New Empire period from Eighteenth to Thirty-first, 317

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EARLY BURIALS. Preservation of body, 21
EARTH-GOD. Gab, the, 246
EAST. Dwelling-houses in the, 41;
names of power common over all the, 259
EASTERN. Fable, makers of, 1
'EATER OF THE DEAD.' Anubis protects the dead man against, 105
ED'FÛ. Shrine of Heru at, 86;
reference to, 88, 92, 93, 176;
Horus in the text of, 92;
name of Baal in texts of, 277;
temple of Horus at, 320
ED'STRÖM, DAVID, 322
E'GYPT. Ancient, 1;
Upper, 2;
Lower, 2;
religion, 2, 3, 4;
gods of, 4;
early dwellers in, 5;
early graves in, 6;
totemism in religion of, 8, 9, 11;
totemic origin of divinities of, 8;
standards of, 9;
fable current in, 11;
certain animals not eaten in, 11;
animals worshipped in, 11;
creation myth of, 15;
divided into provinces, 17;
religious thought in, 19;
Pyramid Texts of, 24;
architecture, 24;
description of Nile valley in Upper, 33;
origin of its people, 34;
dynastic ancient history of, 35;
dynasties, 35;
traditions of, 37;
expeditions sent to, 38, 39;
sanitary conditions of, 41;
Ai ascended throne of, 42;
domestic life of, 43;
explorations in, 43;
pyramids and necropolis in Upper, 43;
native monarchy, 43;
invaders of, 44;
horse and camel, importation into, 45;
feudal system throughout, 45;
commercial affairs, 45;
corn, staple produce of, 45;
tribute to, 45;
Greek trade in, 46;
theologians and philosophers in, 54;
crypts of, 57;
early Grecians influence from, 58;
wood in, 60;
under Osiris, 66;
body of Osiris brought to, 69;
tombs of Osiris in, 70;
conception of resurrection in, 79;
Isis, great corn-mother of, 81;
her myth real to people of, 83;
Thothmes king of, 85;
promised to Thothmes by Harmachis, 86;
the sun in early, 94;
first historical king of, 110;
victorious wars of, 112;
sun-worship in, 130;
cult of Ra in, 132;
priestly subterfuges in, 133;
worship of beetle in, 136;
votaries of Amen powerful in, 137;
goose sacred in, 141;
dominion of Amen-Ra in, 142;
vulture symbol on crowns of, 143;
god of medicine in, 151;
famine in, 154;
sun-gods of, 156;
State religion of, 157;
Tell-el-Amarna in, 158;
new cult introduced into, 159;
cult of Aten supreme in, 161;
pantheon of ancient, 163;
temple of Hathor in Upper, 165;
division into Higher and Lower 170;
worship of Hapi in, 171;
fair women in, 176;
language of, 186;
natives of, 190;
lyric and folk poetry, 205;
superiority of, in story, 207;
the nobles of, 211;
Horus goes to, 217;
Anapou and Bitou, in, 224;
Ounamounou visits, 232-236;
civil war in, 240-245;
Queen Hatshepsut designed to reign over, 246;
Aahmes, wife of King of, 246;
Thothmes III King of, 249;
no equal of Thoutii in all, 249;
amulets used in, 263;
alchemy originated in, 269, 270;
metal-working in, 270;
animal transformation in, 270;
Mena, first historical king of, 284;
the crocodile a protector of, 290;
worship of the cat in, 293;
not rich in trees, 297;
the arts were indigenous to ancient, 311
E-GYP'TIAN-S. Phases of religion, 1;
faith of, 2;
pantheon, 2, 19, 63, 130, 141, 157;
mythology, 3, 156, 175;
religion, 3, 4, 7, 14, 18, 21, 48, 159, 257, 304;
literature, 4, 187, 190, 194, 196, 197;
religious tales, 4;
beliefs of, 5, 6;
manuscripts, 7;
fetishism in, 7;
amulets, 7;
animal-worship of, 9;
standards, 10, 11;
totemic nature of deities, 10;
transformation of gods, 12;
conception of the creation, 12;
source of religious system, 14;
theology, 17;
idea of God, 18;
Khnemu and Egyptian religion, 21;
idea of preservation of human body, 21;
funerary, 22;
mummification, 27, 28;
details of tomb furniture, 29;
ka, the,

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