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Aur, Our, Or, radicals of Antient Mythology i.

Siv. 304, 409, 419
Auřitæ, demigods, first kings of Egypt

106, 114

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Bual, a, radical of Antient Mythology

i.

54
Baalim, their origin

iji.

150
Dæmons

431
Babel, by whom built

iv.

37
Babylon, the first city

iv.

153
in Egypt, situation

vi. 56, 335
Babylonian kings, succession of

vi.

266
--s, and Ethiopians, the same

iv.

304
Bacchus, why derived from India

iv.

273
his peregrinations explained

94
name, whence derived

vi.

141
Balaam, place of his residence

i.

310
Balbec, account of

193
Balæna, a whale, whence derived

i.

65

iiio
Baptist, why called John

127
Barbarismus, one of the antient epochas

193
Baris, or ship of Isis, mysterious use

32, 69
Battle of kings, Gen. xiv. the most antient war vi. 195, 199, 259
Bayle (Mr.) his mistakes about Goshen vi.

22

ii.
Beacons, invention of, and description

105, 117

262
Beans (Faba Egyptiaca) why a sacred emblem iii.
Bees, why much used in Mythology

iii.

232
Bel, a radical of Antient Mythology

ir

54
Arioch, the original Mars

vi.

203
i.

556
Belin, a northern deity, same as Bel

vi.
Belus, who

257
Bentley (Dr.) on the wind Euroclydon, refuted v.

331
Berith (god) same as Baris or Barit

iii.

209
Beröe, account of her

iji,

211
Berosus, his account of the first migration ivo 33, 39

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Berosus, author of the Chaldaic history iv. 121, 122, 127
abstract of his history

iv.

148
Beth, a radical of Antient Mythology

i.

120
Bifrons(Janus) explained

iii.

76
Black, why a colour esteemed in Japan

v.

261
Blood, not offered by the Egyptians

vi.

173
Bochart, a learned Etymologist

i.

169
his solution of the story of Cadmus ii.

428
corrected respecting Nimrod's kingdom iv.

84
his opinion of Ur of the Chaldees vi. 355, 361
- of the Hebrew language

70
refuted on where Paul was shipwrecked v.

360
his censure of the Grecian vanity vi.

42
corrected respecting the Phenicians - vi.

232
Bonzees, their splendid worship

254
Bosporus, a famous and dangeroys pass i.

333
Botanists, Egypt famous for

182
Boutham (city) treatise on

347
Bows, why borne by so many gods

ili.

196
Boy-Deities, whence they arose

i.

151
Brahmins, account of

v. 251, 270, 284
Brass, numerous fables concerning

ii.

58
Brazen Age, rise and distinction

iv.

209, 215
Bread, consecrated, various kinds

i.

371
Britain, contains many Amonian names

i.

265
Britons, held the mysteries of Isis

iii.

356
Bubastites, an Egyptian dynasty

iv.

430
Bubastus, province in Egypt, situation vi.
Buildings, wonderful, of the Amonians

189
Bull of Europa, fable, whence derived

381
of Colchis, their origin

ii.

107
Burying of Gods, Jupiter, &c.

ii. 181, 187

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Cabiri, very antient prieste

ii. 542-349,

356, 415
i. 143 ii. 283,

Cacus's, Den, a sacred cavern

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Cadmus, his history and its import

ii. 426, 440, 445
his transformation -

ii.

470
Caer, antient prefix in names of cities, derivation vi.

158
Cahen or Cohen, priest or president, derivation ii.

13
Caieta, a wonderful cavern

i.

143
Calypso, and her nymphs, meaning

V.

181
Camillus, who

i.

127
Caminus of the Latines, a sacred hearth, de-
rivation

i.
Camping, an English diversion, derivation ji.

321
Canaan, whence peopled

ii.

67
Canaanites, their crime

iv. 343. vi. 292
Canal of Phaccusa, stupendous work

vi.

72
Cannibals, not fabulous

ii. 267.

v. 215
Canobus or Canopus, what and how appħed iji.

389
Canon, a Japonese idol, description

261
of Ptolemy,
remarks on

vi.

269
ji.

15
Canouphis, Egyptian deity, his attributes
Capella, in the Romish church, derivation ii.

24
Carthaginians, Edomites

230
Castor and Pollur, their story explained ji.

158
Cathaia (Cathay) in the Indies, derivation iv.

253
i. 34-42, 124,
142, 288. v. 45

i. 269-271
famous ones

166
Cecrops, his mysterious form explained

210
Cellarius, mistaken about Ur, and Egypt iv. 355.
Celts, had the worship of Isis

iii.

356
character from Livy, &c.

iv.

180
Centaurs, their origin

iii.

315
Ceramicus, at Athens, what

453
Cerastæ, what

i.

284
Cerberus, his origin, and three heads explained ii. 40, 119
Ceres, her rites

ii.

299
Ceylon, the antient Taprobane

265

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Chaldea, history of

iv.

121
derivation

iv.

145
Chaldean kings, succession of

vi.

261, 266
---s, origin and empire

iv. 369. vi. 273
their great wisdom

iv.

371
Chan, khan, prince or priest, whence derived i. 51. vi. 140
Chaos, how understood by the Greeks ji.

175
Charon, fable of, explained

ii,

155
Chedarlaomer, king of Elam, who

vi.

196
Chemistry, by whom invented

V.

182
Chess, game of, by whom invented

175
Children, sacrificed, treatise on

vi,

295
Chinese, same origin as Egyptians

iy.

257
the antient Seres

V.

227
their Chronology accounted for

263
Chiron, fable of, explained

ii. 150-154
iii.

362
Chrestion, a freedman, inscription of

401
Chronicon Paschale, corrected respecting Nimrod vi.

219
Chronologers, antient ones respecting Egypt iv.

402
Chronology of Egypt, how corrupted

iv.

471
Chrusaor, whence so many of that name

ii.

50
Chus, a radical of Antient Mythology

i.

6
Cimmerians, Pezron's account of

166
general term for north-eastern
nations

iv.

186
whence, and name whence de-
rived

158, 161
Circe, a figure of Cuthite priestesses

181
Cities, named from serpents

ji.

214
built by the Cyclops

ii.

235
Cnas, Cna, radicals of Antient Mythology

i.

7
Cock (Alector) why accounted sacred

ii.

114
Cælus, Coëlus, Cælum, derivation

i.

137, 273
Cofru, modern name of Goshen

vic

156
Cohen, a radical of Antient Mythology

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Coken, a term of honour among the Egyptians vi.

138
Colchis, whence the name of various regions

58
great mercantile importance

iv,

176
its real and fabulous history

101
Colossal idols, in India

247
Columbæ or Doves, priestesses

ii.

118
Columb-kil, its great antiquity

357
Comana, its vast Puratheia

i.

251
Confusion of tongues, period of, and nature

iv.
Conjecture, the bane of truth

vi.
Conquerors of the world, numerous

ii.

371
Constellations, how misnamed by the Greeks ii.

29
form and names, derivation iii.

51
Corn, quantity sent from Egypt to Rome

343
Corybantes, how taught to forge metals ii.

252
- antient order of priests

iii.

349-352
Cotton, by whom first used

174
Crescent, whence it became a symbol

iii. 62, 178, 291,

308
Crocodile, why a sacred emblem

iii.

257
Cruelty, of the Amonians

214
Cuma, had a prophetic cavern

i.

250
Cumberland (Bp.) held the Argonautic Expe-
dition true

iii.

364
--) corrected respecting the
Amalekites

vi.

214
Cunnidæ, their origin

i.

49
Cunocephalus, fable and meaning

ii.

20, 23
Cunodontes, a people with dog's teeth, explained ii.

28
Cupid, his origin, and why a boy

ii. 196, 198, 200
Cups, sacred, whenee derived

ii.

267
Cupselis, originally the ark

235
Cura, a radical of Antient Mythology

i.

48
Curetes, an order of priests

iii.

353
Cuseans, the Shepherd-kings

vi. 126, 241
Cushan, Arabia, not Ethiopia

iv. 223. vi, 122
Rishathaim, who

vi.

250

iii.

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