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Index

Alflayla wa~layla9 357.

*Ali Ahmed *Isa Eft'endi, 369 n. z.

'Ali Beg, Mamluk poet, 354.

'Ali Pasha Mubarak, historian, 359.

Aline, sister of Apollonius, 278-80*

allegorism,,3i6.

alliteration, 241.

alphabet, theories of origin, 55-64.

Amanus mountains, 26-7, 29.

Amarna, art of, 82, 103, 105; revolu-
tion, 105; see also Tell el-'Amarna.

amber-like resin, 155.

Ambrose, St., 302.

Ambrosius, 304, 315.

Amen, 291.

Amenemhab, general, 18.

Amenemhet I, King, 378; Teaching of,
246.                         .

Amenemhet III, King, 138, 154.

Amenemope, 67-705 Teaching of,
246-8.

Amenhotep I, King, n, 221.

Amenhotep II, King, in.

Amenhotep III, King, 102.

Amenhotep IV (Akhenaton), King,
artistic revolution by, 112; capital
of, 80; hunting lions, representation
of, 89; hymns of, 76, 243-5 5 letters
to, 222, 222 n. 2; revolution of, 102.

Amenophis I, King, 206.

Amenophis II, King, 239.

Amenophis III, King, 35-6.

Amenophis IV, King, 36-8, 82, 104,
205, 391.

amethyst, 154-5- m

Ammenemes I, King, 74-5.

Ammon, 43, 229.

Amon, god, 76, 98,115,129, 373, 377-

Amon, State, 37-8, 48.                   [8.

Amon-Re, sun-god, 243-5, 377-8, 391.

Amorites, 28, 37.

*Amr Arabs, 333.

'Amr ibn al-cAsi, chieftain, 328, 348.

amulets, 133, 136, 261, 280-1, 388.

Amun, see Amon.

Amun, ascetic, 209, 322.

Amurru, 40.

amusements, 272; see also games.

anadiplosis, 242.

anarchy, 27.

Anastasi papyrus, first, 67.

Anatolia, 23, 48.
anatomy, 187-8.
Anesaki, Masaharu, 85.
Anglo-Egyptian Treaty (1936), 349.
Anicetus, 312 n. i.
animal figures in hieroglyphs, 90.
animals, in pleasure park, Si.
*ankh symbol, 390.
ankle-rings, 92.
annona militaris, 334-5.
Anshan, Cyrus of, 49, 50,
Antaeopolis, 343.
'Antara, poet, 354, 357.
Anthes, E., 242.
anthologies, as corrupters of texts, 260.
Anthony, St., 317-20.
Anti-Lebanon, mountains of, 39.
antimony, 136.
Antinoe, jockeys of, 251.
Antioch, 309.
Antiochus Epiphanes, 272-3.
antiquities, survival of, 86.
Antonines, the, 334.
Antoninus Pius, 216, 273, 288.
Antony and Cleopatra, 354.
Ami, 246.
Anubis, 238, -376.
'Aperu, see Khabiru.
Aphrodite, 257.
Aphrodite Berenice, 275-6.
Aphrodito, 252, 332, 340, 343-4.
Aphroditopolite nome, 343.
Apion family, of Oxyrhynchus, 267,
337, 339, 342.
Apis bull, 340.
Apollodorus, 190.                           [7.
Apollonius, Chancellor of Egypt, 266-
Apollonius, strategus of nome of Apol-
lonopolis Heptakomia, archive of,
276-82.
Apollonopolis Heptakomia, nome of,
Apollos, Alexandrian, 310.           [276.
Apopis, serpent, 70.
apostles, the, 314; Acts of, 286,309-10.
Appian Way, monastery on, 326.
applied arts, see art.
applique" work, on leather, 130.
Apries (Hophra), King, 233.
Aquinas, Thomas, 261.
al-Aqfahsi, Shafi'ite, 356.
'Aqqad, writer, 356.