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Page.
Shepherds, place of their retreat

vi.

241
Shield of Achilles, whence copied

ii.

97
Ship of Isis, worship in Europe

i.

265
Sesostris, meaning

iii.

34
Sibyls, Amonian priestesses

iv.

99
Sidonians, who

vi.

239
Signs of the Zodiac, hieroglyphics

iji.

370
Sileni, an order of priests

iii.

353
Silenus, his story and its application

iii.

328
Silk, by whom first used

174
Silver Age, rise and distinction

iv. 209, 213
Sirens, history

ii. 277. iii. 237
Sisuthrus, in Berosus, who

iv. 124, 134, 154
Socrates, his oath explained

ii.

34
Solon, derided for ignorance in Egypt

i.

383
his discoveries there

iii. 416. iv. 387
Soothsayers, whence they sprung

iv.

371
Sothic year, what

437
Spain, why called Iberia

vi.

230
Spartans, their origin

ii.

465
Sparti, their history
Sphere, why first constructed

iii.
by whom invented

385
Sphinx, description

199
Sporades, who

53
Springs, why sacred

i.
Strabo, reports the Argonautic expedition true iii. 371,411
his view of the Amazons

115. 143
unfairness in antient terms

vi!

39
his geography of Egypt corrected vi. 74-79
Streights, had a temple on each side

i.

326
Stone-henge, by whom probably erected

201
Stones, moving, venerated

200
Sun-worship, first idolatry

431
Swans, fables of, explained

ji.

iv.

V.

51
362

iv.

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Tables of the Law, the first writing
Tanis, or Saïs, situation
Tanites, formed two Egyptian dynasties
Tantalus, real history of
Taph, Taphos, not tombs originally
Taprobane, situation
Tarsus, its great antiquity
Tartarus, hell, its place
Tartary, whence peopled
Taurica Sacra, what
Tear of Chronus, Isis, &c. mysteries
--s of Apollo, explained
Telchines, an order of priests
Temple of the Winds, delineated (note)

Onius, its origin
s, the first, rocks and caverns

always oracular

famous ones in India
Terambus, the shepherd-deity of Egypt
Teraphim, what
Thales, studied in Egypt
Theba, in Egypt, antiquity and origin
Theban year, what
Theophilus, censures the Grecian vanity

his account of the giants' war
Theos, 80c, Deus, from Theuth, Thoth
Theuth, chief God of the Egyptians
Thrace, its famous poets
Thymates, nature of his writings

157
364
429

364
167, 176

238
399

74
227
304

16
151
354
339

82
277
125
237
163
321
387
402
437
197
106

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Thynite, second Egyptian dynasty

iv.

iv.
Tidal, king of nations, who
Timosthenes, his account of Colchis

iv.
T'itanic War, what

iv.
earliest event of profane history iv.
treatise on

iv.
Titans, history of, recapitulated

iv.
in Egypt, treatise on

iv.
Tithonus, his story

ii,
Titles, how changed into persons

iv.
Tityus, fable of, explained

ii.
Tombs, famous ones

ii.
of the Heroes, what
Tower of Babel, its form and materials iv.
Transposition of letters, whence

. vi.
Triad of the Greeks, what
Trinacria, Sicily, a misnomer

ii.
Triton, Neptune's trumpeter, why

ii.
Iroglodyta, who

iv.
Trojans, their origin
Trophonius's Den, what

ii.
Trumpets, their first use

ii.
Truth, never sought by Greek writers

i.
Typhæus, putting the gods to flight, explained iv.

ii.
Typhon, fable of, explained

ili.
putting the gods to flight (see Typhæus)
- the first Shepherd King

vi.
Tyrians, who

vi.
Tzoan, or. Zoan, account of

vi.

Page.
423

111
196, 206

175
48, 104

118

91
117
297
128
444

137
170, 188

139

61
575
107
115
113
381

86
161

113
195, 204

318
191-195
163-170

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V.

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239
379

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Vol.

vi.

Universality of human sacrifices
Ur in Chaldea, original seat of the Magi

its various names
a radical in many names

by whom built
Usher, Archbp. held the Argonautic expedi-

tion true

ii.
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296
421
360
163
252

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Vanity of the Greeks and Romans
Vedam, or Zandavasta, whence compiled
Venomous creatures, seldom in islands
Venus, a masculine, with a beard

, rising from the sea, explained
Vespasian, unable to save the Temple at Je-

rusalem
Vesta, Hestia, &c. explained
Victims, human, how slaughtered

how chosen
Vine, a je redos, why sacred

, by whom propagated -
Virgins exposed to dragons, explained

sea-monsters, explained
Vishnou, Indian deity, his attributes
Vulcan, more antient than Rome or Greece

cast from heaven, explained
or Mulciber, whence derived
his priests the Royal Shepherds

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77, 281

307
312
340

94
147
223
269
175
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118

iv.
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War of the Giants, very antient
Waters, why held sacred
Weaving, art of, by whom invented
Wines of Antiquity, enumerated
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Wise's History and Chronology, ccnsured
Writing, origin and progress

2.
Zabaism, by whom introduced .

, what

, its origin .
Zan, Zaan, radicals of Antient Mythology
Zandavasta, whence compiled .
Zar, Sar, radicals of Antient Mythology
Zeal, mistaken, of the fathers -
Zerdusht, not Zoroaster-
Zoan, fanciful notions concerning

, true situation
Zodiac, by whom invented
Zone, an anticnt symbol
Zorouster consecrated caverns

, his history •
, whence so many

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Vol. vi. p. 40. I. 3, from the bottom for venis. r. veris.

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