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Cuthia Indica, treatise on
Cuthites, their various denominations
Cybele, Cubela, her history applied
Cyclops, their history

fable of, whence taken
Cynic or Cunic Cycle, what
Cyprians, their cruelties
Cyprus, its antient names and customs

by whom peopled

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D.
Demon Worship, whence derived

iii. 109, 120, 431
iv.

211
Dagon, his form and name, whence derived iii. 134. iv. 140
and Vishnou, the same idol

236
Damascus, name, whence derived (note) i.

69
Damater, or Ceres, her rites

ii. 299. ij. 184
Danäe, fable of, explained

68
Danäides, priestesses

iii.

70, 331
Danaus, fable of, explained

ii.

183
Delos, its sacred oracle and fountain

i.

957
rites there used

i.

329
-- and Rhodes, why every thing there was gold ii.

48
Delphi, why so remarkable

i.

272
Delta of the Nile, choicest place on earth iv.

374
Deluge, memorials of, among the gentiles iii.

1
short view of

432
universal belief of

ii.

437
Demigods, the first Egyptian dynasty

iv.

423
Dercetis or Dercetus, of the Syrians, described iii.

152
Descent from the Ark, long celebrated

iv.

27
Diamastigosis, nature of that festival

vi.

297
Diana, an Egyptian deity

vi.

66
Diodorus, agrees with Moses

iv.

113
Dione, her fabulous origin explained

iii.

155, 187
Dionusiaca, horrid rites of

ii.

269

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Page.
Dionisiaca, nature of those festivals

37, 165
Dionusus or Dionusos, his history

ii. 349. iH. 103
Noah, as a deity

iv.

249
Dionysius (poet) excellent description of the
Scythians -

iv.

284
--) Account of the Edomites .vi. 314 229

iv.

426-429,
Diospolites, Egyptian dynasties

448, 462
Dirges, by whom first used
Dis, Dio, Di, radicals of Antient Mythology i.

46
Disk, (metallic) worshipped by the Thracians

259
Dispersion of nations, treatise on

iv. 1. vi. 285
Divination, various ways of obtaining the gift of i.
Dogs, worshipped in Egypt

ii. 14,43
remarkable ones

ii. 37. v. 359
Dorians, their history

21
Doric Hymns, their use

i.

202
dialect, nearest the oriental

i.

219
Dove, on the coins of Janus

84
why held sacred

iii.

115
and Ark, on the Apamean medal

290, 309
Draco, his laws the first Grecian writing

v. 48
Dragons, why guardians of treasures

ii.

133
famous ones

ii.

146
why sleepless

ii.

148
Druids, their worship Amonian

i.

93
Dynasties, and kings of Egypt

iv. 373, 401
Eagles, fables of, explained

ii.

77
Eastern cities, chiefly named from the sun i.

259
Echoes, sacred

i.

279
Edomites, treatise on

vi.

227
Ees, a radical of Antient Mythology

i.
Egg (hieroglyphic) of Typhon, explained iii, 160, 162, 213
Egypt, fountain of Grecian literature and idolatry i.

187
-, India, and China, peopled from the same
place

257

i. 191.

31

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i. 8.

V.

iji.

Vol.
Egypt, its antient names how changed iv. 301, 309
- its first inhabitants

iv. 373
-- its happy situation, and cause of its ruin iv. 388-390
its chronology and geography rectified vi.

1
--, its state after the shepherd-kirgs vi.

179
Egyptians, their extravagance in grief

i.

379
their refined superstition

ii.

18
Eight, why a mysterious number

iv.

11
Ekron, name, whence derived

i.

103
El, a radical of Antient Mythology

i. 16, 148
Elephantine, fifth Egyptian dynasty

iv.

425
Elephanto, account of

238
Elohim, how understood by the gentiles vi.

331
Elora, a famous pagoda, described

240
Emblems, universal in early times

428
Eon, a radical of Antient Mythology

i.

19
Epaminondas, device on bis tomb,

ii.

465
Ephesus, a very sacred city •

i.

80
Epigenes, his account of the seiences in Babylonia in.

160
Epiphanius, his account of the Scythians iv.

190
Erebus, etymology

iv.

80
Erict honius, Ovid's account of him explained iii.

417
Eridanus, (river) fables of and meaning ii.

74
Eruthrus (king) place of his tomb

iv.

240
Erythreans, history of

iv. 236. vi. 229
Esta, a radical of Antient Mythology

i.

77
Etham, (city) treatise on

vi.

347
Ethiopia, treatise on

iv.

228
an indefinite term with the antients vi.

123, 151
Ethiopians, Cuthites, descendants of Chus i.

7
Etymology, treatise on

i.

161
rules to be observed in

i.

219
Eumolpus, author of the mysteries, who

144
Euphrates, its course, how changed

iv.

358
Eupolemus, his account of Abraham and Lot iv.

113
his account of the battle of kings. vi.

197

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Vol.
Euripides, remarks on his lön
Euroclydon, treatise on
Europa, fable of, explained

ii.
Eusebius, his Chaldaic history

iv.
- his thirty-one dynasties corrected

iv,
Evil, strange notions of its entrance into the

world
Eye, (one) of the Cyclops, explained

ii.

Page.

5
325
455
127
405

273
232

F.

ji.

Fathers of the Church, best writings of

i.

181
-, mistaken zeal of

497
how they obscured history iv.

324, 346
Feronia, (goddess) whence derived

i.

236
Fire, early adoration of

i. 269. vi. 265.
Fish of Venus, whence derived

ii.

381
Fleece (golden) fable of, explained

ii.

46
Flight of Bacchus, its import

iv. 52, 249
one of the earliest events in
history

118
Fountain-worship, its nature

194
--8, objects of great veneration

i.

238, 344
celebrated ones

i.

240, 241
Fragment, (curious) of the Sibylline verses iv.

99
Furies, fable of, whence it arose

ii. 261, 304

iv.

iv.

G.

Gades, antiently called Erythia
Galen's View of the Amazons
Galilee of the Nations, why so called
Gan, a radical of Antient Mythology
Ganges, its banks inhabited by Amonians
Gardens, famous ones in Mythology
Geeza, modern name of Cercasoura

iv.

241
v.

112
v. 99. vi. 206
i.

122
iv.

262
ii.

140
vi.

160

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iii.

Vol.

Page.
Genitive cases, preferable to nominative in

i.

220
etymology
Gentiles, held the deluge very sacred
Gentleman's Magazine, attack: Mr. Bryant

293
Geography, little known in Greece

iv.

198
of Egypt

vi.

45
Geometry, where and why invented

ii. 87. iv. 384
Germans, nature of their sacrifices

vi.

301
Gorgon and Cerberus, why triple-headed ii.

119
Giants, Titans, who

iv. 64,98
- war in the plains of Phlegra explained V.

80
Gods of Greece, their origin

i.

381
and Goddesses, all one personage

i.

386
Gold, numerous fables concerning

ii.

46
Golden District in Egypt, why so called

ii.

57
Fleece, history of

360
-- Age, treatise on

iv,

209
Goshen, name whence derived

i.

243
wild notions concerning

vi.

6
treatise on

vi,

105
Greece, whence first peopled

i.

187
Grecian Writers, dissertation on

i.

179
History, characterized

iv.

46
Architecture, derived from Egypt iv.

385
Literature, how to be used

vi.

383
s, their mistakes and vanity

i. 134, 162,180,

192, 205
their love of fable

i. 192, 199
their fondness for heroism

ii,

145
and Trojans, had the same origin

89
Greek terminations in as, why so numerous

i.

113
Writers, who most valuable

i.

180
-s, their perversion of antient terms

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vi. 38
their ridiculous refinements in language iv.

406
Grotius, his mistakes about Ur

. iv.

jji. 9.

355, 361

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