Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt

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story of taking of Joppa is inscribed on the Harris Papyrus, 248;
Joppa and the stratagem of, 248, 249;
Arabian Nights and story of, 248, 249;
story of, discovered by Goodwin, 248;
slays the Prince of Joppa, 250, 251
THRACE. Greek Hecate an importation from, 175
THU'AU. Mother of Tyi, 157
TIA'MAT. Assyrian monster, counterpart of Apep; slain by Marduk, 132
TIME. Certain gods presided over certain periods of, 272
TIMES, THE. Reference to article in the, on the Popol Vuh, 133
TIMOTHEUS THE INTERPRETER. The Sarapis statue and, 307
TNAH'SIT. Mother of Horus, 214, 217
TOR'RENT, SIR, OF PORTUGAL. Old romance of, 205
TO'TEM-IC. Origin of many of Egyptian gods, 272
TO'TEM-ISM. Definition of, 8
TRANSFORMATION. Animal, 270-273;
reference to Dr. Budge's Egyptian Magic, and, 271;
provision of spells in the Book of the Dead to enable the
deceased to undergo, 270, 271
TRANSMIGRATION. Of souls, Herodotus and, 302
TREE-S. Stones and, looked upon as incorporations of deity, 280;
worship of sacred, in Egypt, 297-299;
Wiedemann, and worship of, 297;
the ancient sacred, in the 'Great Hall' of Heliopolis—place where
Apep slain and from which the phœnix rose, 298;
Thoth and the goddess Safekht and the sacred, 298;
the palm-tree (symbol of Safekht), 298;
the sycamore (sacred to Nut and Hathor), 298;
the Memphite Hathos called the 'Lady of the Sycamore,' 298;
the Nile acacia worshipped by twenty-four nomes, 298, 299;
the Corda myxa; the Zizyphus Spina Christi; the
Juniperus Phœnica; and the Tamarisk Nilotica, 299;
every temple had its sacred, 299
TRIS-MEG-IS'TOS. Greek name for Thoth, 108
TRO-CHO-Ï-DES. Vault described by Herodotus, 56
TRUTH. Goddess of, 53
TUA-MUT'EF. The jackal, on canopic jars, 28;
one of the four helpers of Horus, 96
TU'AT. Dark halls of the, 27
TURIN. Egyptian antiquities removed to, 37;
papyrus of, 111;
fable in museum at, 194, 195
TUSCANY. Government of, sends expedition to Egypt, 38
TUSH'RAT-TA. King of the Mitanni; mention of Ashtoreth in letter of, 278
TWELFTH DYNASTY. Pyramidal architecture ends with, 24;
date of, 35;
temple built in honour of Amen during, 138;
Khnemu and inscriptions subsequent to, 152;
tales, letters, &c., of the, 183;
first king of, 190;
tale of, in Hermitage Collection at St. Petersburg, 191
TWENTY-FIFTH DYNASTY. Contracts common during, 47;
Demotic dialect traced back to, 184
TWENTY-FIRST DYNASTY. Mummification during, 27;
the 'dynasty of priest-kings,' 140;
hieratic papyri of the, 183
TWENTY-SECOND DYNASTY. Worship of Set in the, 101;
reference to, 146
TWENTY-SIXTH DYNASTY. Period of the, 111;
reference to, 114;
Demotic form of script in use in, 186
TWILIGHT OF THE GODS. The obliteration of the Egyptian faith, 310
TY'I OR THI. Wife of Amenhetep III, 157
TY'PHON. Greek form for Set, 66;
finds body of Osiris, 74;
reference to, 98, 100;
equivalent, Typho, 102;
detestation of, 102;
likened to the Ass, 103
TYRE. Ounamounou, chief priest of Amen-Ra, reaches, 233


U'AG. Festival of, 57
U-AZ'ET. Horus attended by the goddess, 89, 90;
representation, 93
UBA-AN'ER. Chief figure in magic story told by Khafra to his father Khufu, 198, 199
UD'Y-MU. Equivalents, Den and Hesepti; fifth king of the First Dynasty, 63
UK-I-YO'É SCHOOL, THE. Reference to the great Japanese artists of, 311
UN'AS. Names of gods of the Little company given in text of, 17;
reference to, 19;
Pyramid Texts of, 21;
a text comprising the Book of the Dead as a whole in the reign of, 112;
some texts identical with those of Teta, 113;
the Pyramid of, contains original texts of Heliopolitan Recension, 114;
reference to inscription of King, 152;
first mention of the god, Hapi in Text of, 169
UNDERWORLD. Bes underwent a transformation in, 282;
Osiris the great god of the, 287;
lion-headed deities in the, 292;
jackal associated with the, in Egyptian mythology, 294;
a Hathor, Lady of the, 298;
change in popular conception of the, 309;
still the Duat, governed by Osiris or Sarapis, 309, 310
UNKNOWN, THE. Terrors of, personified in the monster serpent Apep, 295
UPPER EGYPT. Civil war between the Delta and, 240-245
UPPER DARLING. Natives of, 11
UPPER PYRAMID. Tenanted by corpse of Menkaura, 25
UP-U'AUT. Assists Anubis in guiding souls of the dead through underworld;
personification of the winter solstice, 105;
name signifies 'Opener of the Ways,' 105;
equivalent, Ap-uat, 105
UR MA. Distinctive title of priest, 53
UR'NES. Second part of the Duat, 117
US'A-HOR-RES-NET. Kambuses' physician, 304
US'ER-KA-F. First king of Fifth Dynasty, high priest of the god Ra, 132
US'ER-REF. One of the three children of Ruddidet, 203;
name of first king of Fifth Dynasty, and, 205
US'ERT. AS goddess of the fruitful earth, Isis named, 83
USH-AB'TI FIGURES. Buried with the deceased, 301
UT'CHATS. Eyes of Ra; their symbolization, 105
UT-EN-NU. Beings in heaven, 126


VALE OF THE ACACIA. Bitou goes to the, 225
VAM'PIRE. The idea, of great antiquity; figured as a ghost, 272;
charm against to-day in the Balkan peninsula, 272
VENUS. Reference to, 102;
Osiris, god of, 181
VESTA. Reference to, 102
VIRGINIA. Powhatans of, 5
VISION. Se-Osiris grants to Setne a, of gods of Amenti, 209-211
VUL'CAN. Romans identified Ptah with, 144;
Setnau, priest of, 219;
temple of, 220


WAITE, A. E. Reference to his Hidden Church of the Holy Grail,