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Index

Ibn Ridwan, physician, 356.

Ibn Sayyid al-Nas, biographer, 356.

Ibn Taghribirdi, historian, 358.

Ibn Tulun mosque, 362, 364.

Ibn Wafa', poet, 354.

Ibsha (Abshai), 219.

idealization in art, 105.

Idios Logos, 274, 278.

igneous rocks, 145.

ikhsMd, 349.

Ikshidid dynasty, 349.

Iliad, the, 41, 250.

Ilian peninsula, 41.

Illahun, jewellery from, 97.

illuminated manuscripts, 252.

imam, 378.

Imam Shafa'i, jurist, 390.

Imhotep, architect, 4-5, 9, 25, 73,180.

immortality element of divine king-
ship, 240.

imperial government, 35, 50, 345.

imperial law, 216.

imyt pr, see house-document.

*in the lord', Christian formula, 263.

incantations, 280.

incarnation, the, Origen's doctrine of,
307-8.

incenses, 159.

incestuous marriage, 278-80.

India, 44,130, 270, 362.

indictio, 335.

Indo-Aryan language, 32.

inheritance, 383.                        [366.

inlay, 92, 94, 133-4, 136, i54~5> 3^3,

inscriptions, decorative, 363; on pot-
tery, 124; Greek early letter-forms
in, 63; hieroglyphic, 115.

international law, 206-7.

Ionian cities, 50.

lonians, 51.

Ipi, King, 141.

Iranian highlands, 21.

Iranians, 46, 49.

Iraq, 361; craftsmen, 367; Southern,

Irenaeus, St., 312 n. i, 313-14.     [21.

Irish Church, 325.

iron, 45, 135-6; beads, 135; com-
pounds, 134; weapons, 121.

irrigation, 24, 252, 277, 296.

Isaiah, prophet, 243,245; book of, 227,

Isimkheb, 130.                           [229.

Isin, rival rulers at, 28.
Isis, goddess, 109-10, 238, 283.
Isis Crescent, 277.
Isis festival, 7 n. I.
Islam, 291; and Egypt, 37, 348-67,
370; architecture, 361, 364-7; ar-
tistic output, 360-7; belles-lettres,
354-5; education, 351; history, 357-
9; journalism, 356; law, 350-1;
literature, 352-7; mysticism, 351-3;
philology, 355-6; poetry, 352-5;
politics, 350; printing, 359-60;
romantic literature, 357; science,
356.
Ismail Pasha, 371.
Isma'ili laws, 351.
Isocrates, 253, 266.
Israel, 43-4, 47, 66; and Egypt, 67,
218-48; earliest mention of, 224;
earliest settlement in Egypt, 235-6.
Israelite psalmists, 244
Israelites, 218, 222-3, 234-5; ancestors
of, 220; see also Hebrews,
al-Isra'ili, physician, 356.
Itii'dz al-Hunafd', 358.
ivory, 44, 116; figures, 88, 116; inlay,
I37» 363, pl- 22.
al-Jabarti, historian, 359.
Jack, J. W., 223 n. i.
Jacob, 219-20.
Jacob-el, name of, on scarabs, 220.
Jaffa, city, 221.
Jalal al-Din al-Suyuti, encyclopaedist,
Jawhar, Arab, 351.                 [355~6.
al-Jawhar al-thamin, 358,
Jehoahaz, 232.
Jehoiakim (Eliakim), King, 232-3,235.
Jemdt Nasr period of Sumer, 12.
Jequier, G., in.
Jeremiah, book of, 232-3, 235.
Jericho, Hathor at, 240.
Jeroboam, 44, 226.
Jerome, St., 302, 309, 318, 323.
Jerusalem, 43, 47, 49, 226, 232-5; fall
of, 234; government of, 37; monas-
tery in basilica in, 326.
Jesse, near Thebes, 322.
Jesus, Sayings of, 262.
jewellery, 83, 97-8, 101, 154-5.
Jewish revolt, 277-9.