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Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt

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EU-DOX'US OF CNI'DUS. Astronomer; the Apis oracle and, 286
EU-PHRA'TES. Reference to, 177
EUR'OPE. Worship of Isis greatly in Western, 84;
Hell of mediæval, 123
EUR'O-PE'AN-S. Egypt opened to, 37, 38;
height of, 50
EVIL ONE, THE. Set as, 90, 92
EXPELLER OF DEMONS. Title given to god Khonsu, 178-180
'EYE OF RA.' Hathor as, 164, 279
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FAR'NELL. Hecate and, 175
FAY-ÛM, THE. Temple on the border of the, 55;
Krokodilopolis in the, 290
FEN'RIS-WOLF, 132
FIELD OF REEDS. Equivalent, Sekhet Aaru, 115;
seven halls of, 115;
divided fifteen regions of, 116
FIELD OF THE GRAIN GODS. Osiris in the, 117
FIFTH DYNASTY. Period of the, 17;
Egyptian pantheon and, 19;
priests of Ra and, 132;
Amen, deity of Egypt in, 137;
inscriptions in language of, 183;
three sons of Rud-didet reigned during, 204, 205
FIGURE-S. 1. Wax; employed by Hui in his conspiracy against Rameses III, 262;
used by sorcerers in Middle Ages, 263.
2. Clay, one found in the Highlands, 263
FIR'MIC-US MAT-ER'NUS. Ceremony described by, 72
FIRST CATARACT. Reference to, 153, 156
FIRST DYNASTY. Reference to, 18;
Pharaoh buried during, 22;
fifth king of the, 63;
centre of Osiris-worship existed at Abydos in the, 63;
Book of the Dead in vogue in, 113;
inscriptions belonging to, 182, 183;
hieroglyphic character met with first in inscriptions of, 185, 186
'FIRST PROPHET OF AMEN.' Title of priest at Thebes, 53
FISHES. Enchantment of, 266
FLAME OF THE SUN. Addressed as an individual, 6
FOURTH DYNASTY. Pyramidal structure and, 24;
scarabs dating from, found in Egyptian tombs, 137;
inscriptions in language of, 183;
reference to, 185, 205
FRANCE. Sends expedition to Egypt, 38
FRAZER, PROFESSOR. On myth of Osiris, 70;
Osiris and, 73, 74, 78;
the works of, 253
FRENCH. Art, 321
FUTURE LIFE, 270

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GAL'LA. Reference to, 34, 35
GAUL. Worship of Isis and false mystic of, 84
GAZELLE, LAKE OF THE. Pimonî and Kamenophis fight at, 242-245
GEB. Offspring of Shu and Tefnut, 14;
one of the great gods at Heliopolis, 14;
equivalent, Kronos, 65;
father of Horus the Elder, 84;
of Nephthys, 97;
and of Set, 99;
Seker and, 145;
reference to, 153, 166, 173, 181;
the earth-god, 246;
mummy magic and, 274
GE-HEN'NA. Reference to, 123
GENESIS. Book of, 133
GEN'II. Gods looked upon as, 102;
equivalent, Demons, 102
GERMANICUS. Apis oracle and, 286
GHOST. The Egyptian; charm against, 272
GI'ZEH. First pyramid situated at, 25;
Khafra entombed in second pyramid of, 25;
reference to, 197;
the 'Sphinx' at, the, 292
GNOS'TICS. Reference to the, 152
GODS OF THE EGYPTIANS. Quotation from, 8
GODDESS-ES. Isis and Nephthys, twin, 246;
Hathor, of love, 246;
Nut, the sky-, 246;
Tefnut, 246;
Neith, goddess of Sais, 246;
Selk the scorpion, 246
GOD-S. The, of Amenti, 209
the immutable law of, 211;
the nine, and Bitou, 225;
Amen-Ra's Court in the land of the, 246;
Amen-Ra king of the, 246;
Queen Aahmes, and the, 246, 247;
return of, to the land of Punt, 247;
coercion of the, 256;
the secret of their names, 261;
animal form of many of the, 272;
presided over certain periods of time, 272;
foreign, inclusion in Egyptian pantheon, 275;
merchants sought those who ruled the sea, 276;
Egyptians furnished with new, 276;
borrowed—as Baal, Ashtaroth; Anthat, Reshpu, and the goddess
Qetesh, 276;
the greatest, Baal, 276;
Semitic and African influence on ideas regarding Egyptian, 280-282;
of Egypt identified by Herodotus with those of Greece, 303;
Twilight of the, 310
GOLDEN ASS. Work by Apuleius, 106
'GOLDEN ONE, THE.' Hathor designated, 164;
in the south, Lady of Teka, in the west Lady of Saïs, 164
GOODWIN. Reference to, 248
GRÆCO-ROMAN SCHOOL, 311
GREAT BEAR. Reference to, 181
GREAT GOD. See Zaalaêr
GREAT RIVER. Reference to, 88
GREAT SEER. Signification; distinctive title of priest, 53
GRECIAN. Mysteries of priestcraft, 56
GREECE. History of, 37;
trade with, 46;
mysteries of ancient, 57;
cult of Isis in, 80, 84
GREEK-S. Religious tales of Plutarch, 4;
give name of nome to provinces of Egypt,

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