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Full text of "The Legacy Of Egypt"

Index

401

Christianity: Alexandrine, 300-16; in
Antioch, 309; Coptic, 300, 317-31;
in Egypt, 261; documentary papyri
and, 262-4; inimical to Hellenic
tradition, 339-40; persecution of,
327-9; under Muslim rule, 328-9,

349-

Christmas day, 7 n. i.
2 Chronicles, 226-7, 232-3.
chronology: contracts and, 272; early,
23; importance of, 12; methods of
reckoning, i sqq.; Minoan, 23; see
also calendar.

Church, the, 264-5,300-32, 340-1.
church estates, 337.
Cicero, 252, 295.
Cilicia, 20, 26, 48, 51.
Cimmerians, 48.

Circassian BurjiMamluks, 349, 365.
cire-perdue glass casting, 120.
city-states, 24, 25, 27, 51, 342.
civil authority, 333-4.
civil service, of Ptolemies, 295.
Clarke, Somers, 121.
classical tradition, formation of, 261.
Claudius, Emperor, 237, 273.
clay,  125; bricks,  127-8; figures of
captured prisoners, 115; tablets, 22.
clay-jar sealing, seal on, 88.
Clement  of Alexandria,   St., 302-4,

310-11,313, 316.
Clement of Rome, St., so-called 2nd

epistle of, 310.
Cleopatra, no.

clepsydra (water-clocks), 164.

clocks, 163-4.

cloisonn^ jewellery, 154-5.

coal, 381.

cobalt compounds for glass colouring,

codes, see law.                            [134.

codex, see papyri.

Coele-Syria, plain of, 39.

coenobitic or community life, 319-20.

colonate, the, 335-6.

colonus, the, 345.

colonus adscriptus, 335.

colours: for painting, 155-6; lucky,

columns, 81, 91, 99, 100.          [388-9.

commerce, 380.

common foflc, representations of, 96-7,

community or coenobitic life, 319-20.

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Companion to Greek Studies, 54.
compulsory service  (liturgy) or con-
scription, 295-9.
concubines, 384.
Condamin, A, 235 n. i.
conscience, 265.
conscription, 295-9.
consensus codicum, support from papy-
ri, 258-9.
Constans II, Emperor, 348.
Constantine, Emperor, 291, 332.
Constantinople, 341; patriarchal see of,
constellations, 161-2.                  [o-
Constitutio Antoniana, 216, 334.
contract, penalties for breach of, 204.
contracts, 270-2, 295; and chronology,
272; upon trust, 201.
Cook, S. A., 238, 240 n. i.
copper, 20-1, 23, 143, 145; carbonate,
123;   compounds,   134;  ore,   135;
overlay, 137.
copper effigy of Pepi I, 94.
Coptic:  calendar, 163;  ceramic and
textile art, 366; Christianity, 300,
317-31; Church, 317-31; craftsmen,
361-2; language and literature, 327,
329; law, 216-17; liturgy, formation
of, 327; medical papyri, 183; scrip-
tures, 340.
coral, 155.
Corinna, 339.
Corinth, pottery from, 51.
corn, 122, 158, 283, 287.
Cornwall, 7.
corrupt texts, 260.
corselet, leather, pi. 18.
cosmetic boxes,  113; spoons, 106-7,
113.
cosmetics, 159.
cotton, 130, 381.
country scene, representation of, 86.
court of first instance, 278.
courts, of funeral shrine, 91; of resi-
dences, 80.
courts of law, 204.
Cowley, A. E., 236 n. i.
crafts, products of, 87.
craftsmen, 30, 95, 378.
Cratinus, 257-8.
Creation, the, date of, 14.
Creswell, K. A., 365.
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