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Index

Bethshean, 239-40.

Beth Shemesh, 58-9.

biblical papyri, 253, 261-5, 3"*

Bigg, Charles, 301.

birds, in design, 81.

bishops, 340, 342.

black colour, for painting, 155.

Black Obelisk, the, 228.

Blackman, A. M., 72, 245 n. i,

blacksmiths, 378.

Bliss, F. J., 58.

blown glass, 133.

blue colour, for painting, 155.

boat-building, 137-42.

boatmen, depicted on tombs, 95.

boats: drawings of, 95-7, 123; used in

building, 148.

Boghaz-keui, 31; archives, 36, 38, 40.
Bohairic language, 329.
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 84, 349, 359.
bone implements, 123.
bone inlay, 363.
Book of the Dead, 71, 136; Greek

substitute for, in tombs, 252-3.
bookbinding, 362.
books, influence of papyrus codex on

form of, 252.
Bootes,  constellation  (crocodile and

hippopotamus), 162.
Borchardt, L., 89.
borers, metal, 123.
Borgia, Stefano, cardinal, 249.
bound or limitation (Horos), 313.
bourgeoisie, the, 339.
bowls, 59, 116, pi. i.
box wood, 137.
Boxing day, 7 n. i.
bracelets, 98.
braces, 130.
brass, 135.
bread-making, 158.
Breasted, J. H., 55, 181, 193, 221-2,

225, 226 n. i, 228.
brewing, 156, pis. 30-1.
brick-lined graves at Abydos, 125.
brickmaker's tool, pi. 23.
bricks: adobe, 119, 129; burnt, 128;

clay, method of making,   127-8;

mud, 119, 127,128.
British Protectorate of Egypt (1914)*
Brockelmann, C., 356.                [349-

399

bronze, 135-6.
bronze weapons, used by the Hyksos,
brown colour, for painting, 155.  [220.
Brunton, G., 97.
Buchler, A., 237 n. i.
Budge, Sir E. A. T. Wallis, 67-8.
building, the arch, 153-45 implements
used in, 148-9; joints, facing, and
finishing, 150-1; relieving devices,
152-3; stone used for, 144-5; UB"
solved problems, 154.
Bulaq, 359.
bull-worship, Canaanite, 239.
al-Bulqini, SharVite writer, 356.
bureaucracy, 374-5; estates adminis-
tered by, 336-7.
bureaucratic absolutism, 288-90
burial-places, 86, 91, 94, 96, 101-2,
burial-rites, early, 22.
Burji (Circassian) Mamluks, 349;
mosques of, 365.
Burney, C. F., 222 n. 3.
business calendar, 2.
al-Busiri, poet, 353.
Butin, R. F., 58, 63.
Butler, A. J., 362, 366.
Buto, goddess, 370,
Butterworth, G. H., 306 n. i, 308 n. i,
309 n. i.
buzcij preparation of, 156-7.
Byblus (Byblos): Egyptian temples in,
115> 2395 Egyptians in, 29; Elibaal
of, 61; fall of, 37, 41; Greek words
for papyrus-reed said to be derived
from name of, 54; name Hathor
used at, 57; linear inscription at, 62,
63, pi. i; in N. Syrian province, 47;
and papyri, 54; sarcophagus of
Ahiram at, 60; tribute from, 227;
wealth of, 42; Wen-Amon and, 44,
76, 225.
Byzantine: Age, 252, 261, 296, 332;
and Roman law, 212-16; Church,
327-8; documents, language of, 270;
Egypt, 332-47; fiscal system, 287.
Byzantium, 332.
Caesar, Julius, 7 n. I.
Caesarea, 304.
Cairo (Kahira), artistic and literary
life at, 347; capital of Shi'ite empire,