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INDEX

Aamu, see Bedawin.

'Abbasid khalifs of Bagdad, 329-30,

348.

Abdallah Hasan Eflendi, 369 n. i.
Abdimilkutti, King, 229.
Abdkhiba, deputy in Jerusalem, 43.
Abiba'al, King, statue of, 61-62.
ablutions, 385.
Abraham, 13 n. i.
Abram, 220-1.
abrasives, 147.
Abshai (Ibsha), 219.
absolutism, bureaucratic, 288-90.
Abu Bolos (Father Paul), monastery of,
Abu Ghalid, village, 122.             [319.

Abu '1 Haggag, mosque of, 389.
Abu Sahl llsa ibn Yahya, medical

writer, 387-8.
Abu Simbel, 99-100.
Abu Za'bal, basalt from, 144.
Abu Zayd, 357.

Abuna, head of the Ethiopian Church,
Abužir, 136,143, 152.                  [328.

Abydos, 100-1, 125,136.
Abyssinia, see Ethiopia,
acacia wood, 141.
Accad, see Akkad.
Achaeans, 40.
Achikar, story of, 70.
acrobat, figure of, 104, pi. 10.

Acts of the Apostles, 286, 309-10.

addition, 166.

Admonitions of an Egyptian Sage, 75

adobe, 119,129,

adoption, deed of, 271.

Advent, Second, 265.

adzes, 123,130,138, 369.

Aegean coast, peoples of, 51.

Aelius Aristides, 284.

Aeons, the, 313.

Aeschylus, 339.

aesthetic quality of Egyptian art, 113-

Afghanistan, 23.                            [14.

Africa, Inner, 28.

Agade, place-name, 25.

agate, 155.

agriculture, 27,126, 271-2,281, 295-6

Ahab of Israel, 228.
Ahiram, King, inscription of, 59,60-3,
pi. i.
Ahmad Amin, writer, 356.
Ahmad ibn fulun, governor of Egypt,
349, 364-
Ahmose, King, 221.
'Ain-Ka (<En-Ka), 219.
AIQN, 10.
Akhbdr Misr wa-fadd*ilhd, 357.
Akhenaton, see Amenhotep IV.
Akhetaten, 80-2.
Akhkhiyawa f^aw), State, 40.
Akhmim,  place-name,  169,   319-20,
Akkad, 25-6, 28.                        [322.
Akkadian cuneiform script, 35-36.
alabaster, 92,106,143-5.
Alasa-Cyprus, 221.
Albright, W. F., 58, 63,
alchemy, 352.
dleph, Hebrew, 55, 56, 59-61; earliest
form of, 63.
Aleppo, 19, 32, 42,45.
Alexander, bp. of Jerusalem, 304.
Alexander the Etesian, 272.
Alexander the Great, 50,110,198,209-
10, 237,251, 254-5, 290-2, 316, 346;
successors of, 237.
Alexandria, 'Amr Arabs in, 333; Arab
conquest of, 348; assize-court in,
214; bishops of, 273,340; essentially
a foreign town, 380; government
moved from, 328; Greek law in, 210;
home of Callimachus, 255; Ibn Duq-
maq's history of, 358; illuminated
MSS. from, 252; intellectual and
artistic life in, 253; Jews in, 237-8,
315; museum and library of, 266;
Patriarch of, 341; practice of medi-
cine in, 197; under Romans, 65,283;
St. Anthony in, 319; scholars of,
influence in establishing texts, 260-
i; School of, 328,332; University of,
342; visibility of Sirius from, 3 n. 2.
Alexandrine: calendar, 10; Christian-
ity, 300-16; Church, 340-1; Juda-
ism, 309-10.