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Hades, meaning

i.

151
Halisphragmuthosis, expels the Shepherds iv.

346
Ham, or Cham, a radical of Antient Mythology i.

3
, nature of his father's curse

vi.

289
Harduin, his edition of Clemens Alexand. cor-
rected (note)

i.

101
Harmonica, (wife of Cadmus) explanation ii. 427, 443
Harpies, what

ii.

307
Hasselquist, his account of Egyptian Archi-
tecture

iv.

386
Hebrew-Sparti, their history

V.

60
Hebrides, Arkite rites found there

iii.

357
Hecatæus, acknowledges the folly of Greek
writers

i:

196
Hecate, derivation of

i.

107
Heliade, meaning of the term

i.

43
Heliopolis, (city) treatise on

vi.

81
Helius, (the sun) from the Hebrew El

i.

16
Helladian Greeks, had no writings older than
the time of Cyrus

i.

208
s, their origin

i. 179,225. iv.82
- how they treated foreign names - i.

210
Hellen, who he truly was

iv.

200
Hellenes of Babylonia and Greece, treatise on iv. 183, 197
-, an order of priests

iv.

203
Hellenismus, treatise on

iv.

183
first innovation in religion iv.

196
Hellenistic Jews, their corruption of Exod. i. 11 vi,

84
Hephastus of the Greeks, whence derived vi.

115
Hercinian Forest, whence held so awful vi.

302
Hercules, why so many of that name

345

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Hermes Trismegistus, who

iv.

529
Hermetic books, what

iv.

434
Herodotus, censured (note)

in

195
his melancholy complaint

ii.

435
his account of the Nile

vi.

54
Heroes encountering dragons, explained

ii.

145
(antient) not single persons

-ii.

323
Hesiod, his account of the dispersion

iv.

70
his giants' war reconciled with Moses iv,

109
Hestia, a radical of Antient Mythology i.

77
Hieroglyphics of Egypt, mistaken by Plutarch iii.

258
by whom invented

iv.

157
Hippa, an antient goddess

ii.

287
Hippopotamus, why a sacred emblem

jii.

257
Historical Data, use and abuse

3, 4
Hive of Venus, what

iii.

229
Hivites, Ophites, or serpent-race

ii. 213, 242, 462
Homer, his reverence for Egyptian learning i. 107. ii. 488
his writings long unknown

i. 207, 209
his account of the Cyclops examined

229
Horn, of what a sacred symbol

430
Horse produced by Neptune, explained

iii. 273, 381
--s, famous ones, and what they implied

ii.

289-298
Huetius, his view of the temple of Onias, cor-
rected

vi.

93
Hukoussos, Hycsos, etymology of, settled

vi.

136
Huns, their character

iv.

176
Hyas, Hyades, whence derived

iii.

188
Hymeneal Rites, of the antients

iii. 249-255
Hyperboreans, general term for north-eastern
people

iv.

186
history of

146
their knowledge and skill in poisons v.

178, 180
Hyrcania, name of many regions, why

i.

261

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I ambic Measure, whence derived

i.

320
Tamida, priests who divined by fire

i.

321
Iberians, general term for north-eastern nations iv.

186
Idolatry, its first rise

iv.

211
introduction into Greece

15
Ignorance of the Greeks and Romans

vi:

118
Iliad, character of

ii.

121
Immortals (alavalce) who

iv.

112
Inachus, history and genealogy

iii. 17 vi. 151
Indi, treatise on

iv.

272
Indiu, whence peopled

iv. 252
Indian Philosophers, why visited by Alexander , iv.

281
s, had rites like those of Bacchus iv.

250
, Egyptians and Chinese, the same
people

iv.

257
fire-worshippers and Ophites

264, 282
their skill in science

280
Initiation, rites of, in Persia

i.

286
, her travels explained

3
lönas of the Chaldeans, who

iv:

140
Tönes of Babylonia, treatise on

iv.

183
Töniuns, Achæans, &c. their descent

7
Iron-Age, whence deduced, and how dis-
tinguished -

iv.
Is, a radical of Antient Mythology

i.

31
Islands of the Blessed, by whom peopled

217
Israelites, why forbidden to mourn

ii.

70
their descent

63
their residence in Egypt -

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-, succeeded the Shepherd Kings there vi.

134
where carried by Salmanasser

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Jamblichus censures the Grecian vanity
January, name, whence derived
Janus, history of, and application
Japan, its worsbip and history
Jason, wild and improbable history of
Jehovah, how understood by Plutarch
Jerome, where be places the Ethiopians
Joseph, respecting Pharaoh's dreams

-, justified for purchasing the land

why he called his brethren spies
Josephus, a writer of inestimable value

his false delicacy
his just censure of the Greeks

censured for art and vanity

., why not to be depended on
Juba, a corruption of Jehovah
Judges of hell, their origin
Judgments, at Babel

on Egypt
Julius Cæsar, learned his Calendar in Egypt
Juno, her attributes explained
Jupiters, Apollos, &e. why many
Justin's pathetic account of human sacrifices

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iii. 374, 397
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ij.

177
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Keren, a radical of Antient Mythology
King, or Son, prime human sacrifice
Koning, its derivation
Kronus, his mystical sacrifice explained
Kur, Kuros, radicals of Antient Mytkology

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Laban, nature of his idolatry.
Labarum, or Roman Standard, described
Labyrinths, famous ones
Lacedæmon, derivation
Lake, remarkable, in Mount Libanus
---s, wonderful, of the Amonians
Lamia, described
Language of Egypt, not understood by the
Greeks

of the Gods, explained
Lares, household deities, what
Learning, of the Egyptians, great
Le Clerc, his mistake about Ur.
Legends, Grecian, to what end applied

Romish, respecting Malta
Leleges, very antient people, who
Lentulus and Crassus, suppressed human

sacrifices
Letter, of Onias to king Ptolemy, a forgery

s, late introduced into Greece
- invented by Cadmus, explained
Licentiousness, of etymologists
Linen-Manufactures, by the Amonians
Linus, nature of his writings
Lot, cast among the Gods, explained

cast for human victims

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Lucian, his humourous account of Phaëthon

his account of the Deluge nearest
Moses

his description of an Alexandrian
Greek (note)

D D 2

350

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