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Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt

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119;
the eye of, 127;
helps Osiris, 128;
steersman, Ra's barque, 131;
Saturn was called, 181;
Mars identified with, 181
HOR'US THE YOUNGER. Called by the Greeks Harpocrates; son of a Horus-god
and the goddess Rat-Tauit, 84
HOW. A sepulchre at, 72
HOW-A'RA. Pyramid of Amenemhat III at, 26
HOWITT. Reference to, 258, 259
HOZ'AN-EK. A deity of the ancient Maya, 29;
equivalent, Cauac, 29
HU. God of taste, 181
HUBERT. The works of, 253
HU'I. Official at court of Rameses III, 262, 263
HU-NEF'ER. Papyrus of, 140
HU-ZAY'UI. West wind called, 180
HYK'SOS. Period of, 4;
Set identified with their gods, 101;
overran Egypt, 139;
kings, 157;
war against the, 194

I
IB'IS, THE. Worship of, 295-297;
details of, given by Herodotus, 296;
last resting-place at Eshmunên in, 303
IDEAS. Fusion of Greek and Egyptian, 306
I-EM-HET'EP. Temple of, at Memphis, 147;
son of Ptah; god of medicine, 150, 151;
worship of, 151;
of human origin, who became deified because of great medical skill, 152;
reference to, 154, 207
I-ER-HA-RE'ROU. The king-priest of Heliopolis, 240;
civil war between Kamenophis and Prince Pimonî, 240-245;
cuirass of, 240;
Minnemai, the son of, 245
IM-HO'TEP. Hero-god, 303, 304;
worshipped under the name of Asklepios, 310
IMPRESSIONIST GROUP. See Art
INDIAN-S. Bilquila, and the soul, 6;
reference to writer, 10;
Cheyenne tribe; claim of, 10;
Kiche tribe, 12;
Klamath, 74
I'SIS. Buckle sign of, 7;
one of, the great gods at Heliopolis, 14;
birth of, 65;
wife of Osiris ruled in his absence, 66;
grief at death of Osiris, 67;
goes to Byblos, 68;
procures coffin of Osiris, 69;
sets up shrines, 70;
temple of, 71, 73;
hymn addressed to Osiris by, 75;
myth of, 80-84;
equivalent, Ast; worship of, 80;
identified with Maāt, goddess of justice, 82;
attributes, symbols and equivalents, 83;
said to have cut off head of Set, 91;
lays magic spells on her son's boat, 91;
Plutarch and, 98;
her sister Nephthys and, 99;
reference to, 17, 79, 95, 101, 118, 136, 147, 148, 155, 156, 171, 174, 175, 203
I'SIS AND NEPH'THYS. Twin goddesses, 246;
Isis and Ra's secret name, 259;
Isis and Horus at one time hid in the swamps of the Delta, 264;
in Egypt and Greece Sarapis regarded as the male counterpart of Isis, 287;
the scorpion sacred to Isis, 295;
the goose sacred to Isis, 297;
Set, the dark brother of Isis, 300;
Isis identified with Demeter, 303, 306;
Isis a popular deity, 308;
Isis the goddess of Alexandria, 308;
confused with Hathor, 308;
Isis and Horus postured in a figure, 308;
reference to temple of Isis at Philæ, 320
ITALY, 224
I-U'AA. Father of Tyi, wife of Amen-hetep III, 157
IX. A deity of the ancient Maya, 29;
equivalent, Zaczini, 29

J

JACKAL, THE. Sacred to Anubis, 294;
associated with the dead, in Egyptian mythology, 294
JAH'VEH. Reference to, 133;
Jews reading sacred name pronounce it 'Adonai,' 259
JAPAN-ESE. God of the Ainu of, 146;
her painting, 311, 325
JAVANESE. The soul and, 32
JOP'PA. A town of Palestine, 248-251
JOYCE, MR. T. ATHOL, 121
JUDGMENT SCENE, THE. Monster, Amemt, in, 294
JU'NO. Reference to, 102
JUPI-TER-AMMON. A great oracle known as, 142
JUPPI-TER. Dodecagon of, 102

K

KA. Island of the, 194; the body of Queen Hatshepsut's, 247
KAG-EM'NI. Books of proverbs attributed to; of great age, 187
KA'HÛN. Poor houses at, 41
KAI-EK'HOS. A king of the Second Dynasty; Manetho traces the cult of Apis to, 284
KA'KU. One of the three children of Rud-didet, 203;
real name of, 205
KAM-BY'SES. The Apis bull and, 304;
Usa-hor-res-net, physician of, 304
KAM-EN'O-PHIS. Prince of Mendes; civil war between Prince Pimonî and, 240-245;
cuirass of Ierharerou seized by, 240;
his four nomes, 242
KAN. A deity of the ancient Maya; equivalent, Hobnil, 29
KAN-ZIC-NAL. A deity of the ancient Maya; equivalent, Muluc, 29
KAR'NAK. Assa mentioned in tablet at, 26;
temple of, 61;
Imhotep and Amenophis adored at, 303, 304;
the hypostyle hall at, 317;
the famous Avenue of Sphinxes at, 318
KEK'U-I AND KEK'U-IT. Gods, 12
KEMT. Word 'alchemy' derived from Egyptian word, 269
KERH AND KER'HET. Personified Night or Chaos, 12
KES'ET, Hathor of, 169
KH. Sign, the determinative of the name Set, 280
KHAF'RA. Entombed in second pyramid of Gizeh, 25;
family, 25;
tells tale of magic to his father, 198-199
KHAL'U. The country of, 229
KHAM'O-ÎS. The envoys of, 235
KHAR'TOUM, 38
KHEM-EN'NU. Equivalent, Hermopolis, 111
KHEM'I, 190
KHEN'SU. The Moon-god; a form of Amen, 141;
son of Bast, 148;
apes in temple of, 294
KHEP'ER-A. Deity; laid foundation in Maāt, 13;
magical skill of, 13;
tears of, 14;
states he is Osiris, 14;
Nu identified with him, 14;
a form of the sun, 21;
Harmachis refers to his identity with, 86;
Af Ra transformed into, 118;
in Book of the Dead, 119;
Ra as, 136;
type of resurrection, 137;
reference to, 146
'KHE'RI-HEB.' Priests, 261
KHNEM'IT. The diadem and crown of, 317
KHNEM-NEF'ERT, QUEEN. Sarcophagus of, 111;
reference to, 112
KHNEM'U. Worship of, 18, 152, 153;
probably a totemic deity, 21;
in Book of the Dead, 119;
creation of universe and; fashioned the animals, 144;
symbol of, 152, 153;
female counterparts; attributes, 153;
the Nile flood and, 154;
King Tcheser and, 155;
reference to, 156, 172;
Hekt, wife of, 175;
worship of the Ram of Mendes and,

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