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Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt

Page: 165

16;
strange gods absorbed in the leader of the, 16;
no name given to the third, 17;
entire, unified in Amen, 141
PET. Egyptian name for heaven, 125
PET-EK-HOU'SOU. Brothers of Pimonî; overthrow Anoukhoron, 244
PETRIE, PROFESSOR FLINDERS. Authority on Egyptology, 35;
supports Manetha's chronology, 35;
dating of Egyptian history according to, 36;
scientific investigation under, 39;
Egyptian tombs, and, 105;
monuments and temples in honour of Aten, recovered by, 160
PETROGRAD. Egyptian tale preserved in Hermitage Collection at, 191
PET-U-BAS'TIS. A portrait of, in Saïte statuary, 320
PE'UN. Courtier; King Amasis, and, 197
PHAN-E'MOTH. Month, 75
PHA-OPH-I. Sacrifices during the month, 102
PHA'RAOH-S. Place of burial, 22;
women, servants, and dogs slaughtered at grave of, 23;
identified with Osiris, 27;
head of feudal system, 45;
attire of, 49;
ecclesiastical party, and, 52;
lotus and papyrus as emblem of union, on thrones of, 170;
mention of a, 192, 193, 194, 200, 201, 202, 207;
entices Bitou's wife, 226;
slays Bitou in form of sacred bull (Apis), and in form of trees, 226, 227;
unknowingly makes Bitou his successor, 228;
sons of the, and the higher offices of the 'kheri-heb' priests, 261;
gave lavishly to the cult of the Apis bull, 286;
decline in the ancient faith of the, 299;
the ancient faith of the, foreign religions penetrate the land of the, 309;
Christianity triumphs in the land of the, 309
PHARAOH MANAKH'PHRÊ-SIAMON. Reference to, in sealed letter read by
Se-Osiris, 213-219
PHARAOH MY-CER-I'NUS. Work in Cairo Museum shows, seated, 313
PHARAOH OUS-I-MAR'ES. The sealed letter and, 211;
Se-Osiris reads sealed letter to, 213-215;
Setne, son of, 212
PHAROAH PET-OU-BAS'TIS. Civil war in Egypt during reign of, 240-245
PHID'I-AS. Reference to the Elgin Marbles of, 314;
Egyptian art remains inferior to those of Greek origin wrought
in time of, 323
PHIL-A-DEL'PHUS.

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