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Index

nology, 23; early writing in, 22;
government reforms of Diocletian
and Justinian, 333, 335-6; historical
literature of, 18-19, 357~9J imperial
organization, 35; independent, 231;
invaded by Esarhaddon, 230; isola-
tion of, 115; leader of empire build-
ing, 51-2 ; legacy of ancient to modern
Egypt, 369-93; literature of, 64-6,
72-8,240-8,343~4 352-9; may have
been oldest of Near Eastern civiliza-
tions, 20; modem, 349; monasticism
and the Coptic church, 317-31; and
Old Testament, 66-72; organization
of society in Middle Kingdom, 30;
phonetic writing in, 64; pre-dynastic,
2i, 23; prehistoric pottery of, 21;
priest kings of, 42,47; rise of anarchy
in, 27; rise of the Empire under I7th
and 18th dynasties, 33-5; statue of
the Awakening of, in Cairo, 392;
temples, 239; as totalitarian state,
289; trade with Crete, 34; trade with
India, 270; traders in, 30; under one
ruler, 24; unification of, 27; Uriah
in, 235.
Egypt, Lower, 6-7, 230, 370-1, 382.

 Upper, 7, 252, 261, 370-1, 382.
Egyptian: Ancient (Coptic) calendar,

163; Church, 327-8, 332, 340-1;
Jews, 309; objects found in Crete,
3.

 Late, law, 208-10.
Egyptians, the, gospel of, 311,
Ekron, city, 41.

Elah, vale of, 222 n. 2.

Elam, 26, 46, 49.

Elamite hills, stone from, 23.

Elarnites, 28-9, 42, 46, 49.

electrum, 134.

Elephantine (Yeb), 49, 235-6.

Eliakim, King (Jehoiakim), 232-3,235.

Eliba'al, king of Byblus, statue of, 61,

Elohistic document, 239.

Eloquent Peasant, story of, 75.

Eltekeh, battle of, 229.

embalmer, the, 377.

embossed enamel ornament, 92.

emendations, modern, and evidence of

papyri, 259.
emerald, 155

emperors, property possessed by, 337.
enamel ornament, embossed, 92.
Engelbach, R., 121.
engraved bowls, Phoenician, 116.
engravers, skill of, 96.
engraving, metal, 366.
<En-Ka ('Ain-Ka), 219.
entertainment, scenes of, 96.
epagomenal days, 2, 5-6, 7 n. I.
ephebes, the, 339.
Ephesus, 48; Council of, 320.
Ephorus, 255, 257.
epistrategus of the Thebaid, 277.
equinoxes, I, 10, 165.
Erasmus, Desiderius, 301.
Erman, A., 68,72, 239 n. 4, 241-2, 246
n. i, 387.
Er-Rigl, see Great Bear.
Esarhaddon, King, 48, 229-30.
Esdras, 3rd book of, 70.
Esna, sandstone from, 144.
estate owners, power of, 336-8.
eternal property (dt), 201.
eternity, festival and period of, 10.
Ethiopia, 229, 328.
Ethiopian Church, 328.
Ethiopians, 227, 236.
Etruscan nation, 41.
Eudaemonis, 279-81.
Euphrates, river, 21,24, 26,34,99,232.
Euphrates, Middle, 32.
Euphrates valley, petty kingdoms of,
Eupolis, 261; Demes of, 343.         [46.
Euripides, 256-7, 339.
Europe, 116.
Eusebius, 310, 318.          [torian, 357.
Eutychius (Sa'id ibn al-Bitriq), his-
evidence, in law, 201, 205.
evil eye, 388-9.
ewer, from Lachish, 59, pi. i.
exaggeration, oriental, 88.
exodus, date of, 223-4.
Exodus, book of, 66, 239.
exports, lack of, its effects, 126.
eye: evil, 388-9; of Horus, 388, 392;
paint, 123,136, 219.
eyes, diseases of, 276; inlaid, 92, 94.
Ezekiel, book of, 233.
faience, 20, 91, 123, 133.
fairs, 389.