Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt

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79, 80;
in his guise of the corn dies and is restored to life again by Isis, 81;
reference to, 88, 90-93, 98, 99, 100, 103, 104, 107, 109, 110,
114-116, 122, 128, 137, 139, 141, 145-147, 153, 155, 156, 167, 208;
represented 'yesterday,' 95;
journey of, in the underworld, 116, 117;
his journey as Af Ra through the Duat, 118;
description of his rôle as judge of the dead, 119;
Osirian paradise consisted of converse with, 134;
struggle between priesthoods of Ra and, 135;
worship of, 135;
overshadows Ra; identified with Tem, 136;
Hapi identified with, 169;
identified with Venus, 181;
seen in a vision by Setne, 209, 210;
on right hand of Amen-Ra in the land of the gods, 246;
threatened to be named aloud in the port of Busiris, 260, 261;
invoked in connexion with spells over crocodiles, 264;
black powders identified with the body possessed by, 270;
mummy magic and the god, 274;
the Apis and, 284-287;
the spirit of, infused into the ox, 285;
a dual god with the Apis, 287;
worship of Ram of Mendes, and, 288;
crocodiles, friend and foe of, 289;
the falcon sacred to, 296;
Set the dark brother of, 300;
identified with Dionysos, by Herodotus, 303;
identified with Pluto, 306;
reference to the vignette of the Judgment before, 320;
a study of, in Saïte statuary, 320
OUN-AM'OU-NOU. The chief priest of the temple of Amen-Ra;
visits coasts of Egypt, 232-236;
arrives at Tanis, 232;
arrives at Dora, city of Zakkala, 232;
Prince Badîl sends food to, 232;
reaches Tyre, 233;
sails in direction of Byblos, 233
OUS-I-MAR'ES, PHARAOH. Name of king in "History of Setne
and his son Se-Osiris," 206, 207;
see Pharaoh Ousimares.
OUS-I-MAN'THOR. Son born to Setne, 219
OXFORD. Reference to museum at, 37


PACH'ONS. Month of; sacrifices to Set during, 100
PA-HER'I. Prince of El Kab, 120
PAINTING. Of Japan, derived from China, 311;
in England, Scotland, Germany, and France, imported
chiefly from the Low Countries, 311;
the materials of, 315-317;
of Saïte period, 320;
French, 321
PAK'ROU-ROU. Ally of Ierharerou, King-Priest of Heliopolis, 240;
meets Moutoubaal, a prince of Syria, 243
PALÆOLITHIC MAN. Sleep a puzzle to, 255
PALERMO STONE. Inscription called the, 18
PALESTINE. Theory that stoneworking race immigrated to Egypt from, 34;
researches into, 38;
spoil of conquered, loaded temple of Amen, 139;
reference, to, 191, 194;
Joppa, a town in Thontii and, 248
PAL'LAS ATH-E'NÉ. Alluded to, 19
PAM-IL'I-A. Festival of, 66
PAM-Y'LES. Heard voices at birth of Osiris, 65;
education of Osiris entrusted to, 66
PAN. Worshipped at Mendes, according to Herodotus, 288
PAN-OP'OL-IS. One of the centres of Amen-Ra at, 142
PANTHEON, EGYPTIAN. Foreign gods, inclusion in, 275;
Sebek and the rites of all the other gods in the, 289;
Ta-urt, the hippopotamus goddess, identified with every goddess in the, 294
PAP-Y'RI. Medical, containing formulæ to be employed against
the demons of disease, 269
PAP-Y'RUS. Reference to, of Ani, 6, 57;
the Nebseni, 111;
the Turin, 111;
of Setna, 184;
the Harris, 248, 262;
the d'Orbiney; in the British Museum, 224;
story of "The Doomed Prince" in the Harris, 228-232;
story of "How Thontii took the Town of Joppa," inscribed in the Harris, 248;
A Tale of Setna, related in a, of the Ptolemaic period, 265-268;
of Queen Mat-ka-ré, 320, 324
PAR'A-DISE. Material delights of, 127;
animal transformations in, 129
PARIS. Cult of Isis carried on in, to-day, 80
PASSION-PLAY. Ceremony in hall of Mystæ, in the nature of a, 58
PAÜNI. Sacrifices during the month, 102
PÉ. City given to Horus by Ra, 97
PEASANT. The workman and the; story of, 220-224
PELUCE. A main approach into Egypt; Setuan and his army encamp there, 219, 220
PE'PI. Description of homage rendered to deity in text of, 15;
material for the study of Egyptian pantheon in Pepi the First, 19;
texts found in the tomb of, 113;
the Pyramid of, 114
PERIOD-S. Religion of the Late, 299-303;
the Ptolemaic, 304-306;
the Decadent, 301;
the Libyan, 299;
the Hellenic, 306;
the Thinite, the first great, of Egyptian art; the Memphite,314;
the New Empire, 317-319;
the Saïte, 319, 320
PER-SEPH'ON-E. Alternative, Kore, 58;
mention of, 77
PERSIA-N. 1. History, intertwined with that of Egypt, 37;
2. Conquest, reference to, 35;
currency unknown in Egypt until, 45.
3. Rule, religion under, 304
PERU. Place origins in, 10;
condor typified orb of day in ancient, 130;
creation legends of, 133;
solar cult of, 134
PERUVIANS. Mummification practised by, 29;
sacrificed dogs at burials, 104;
forms of worship of, 133
PES'EDT. Company in nine deities designated as the,