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Index

of Maridani, 365; of Muhammad
'Ali, 3655 of al-Nasir Muhammad,
365-

mosques, decoration of, 362-3, 372-3;
domes of, 365.

mother of pearl, 155, 363.

mourning customs, 386-7.

mud base for painting, 156.

mud-bricks, 119, 127.

Muhammad, 328, 348; biography of,
356; monotheism of, 391; political
theory underlying his religion, 350.

Muhammad  'Ali, 349, 367; mosque,

Muhammad ibn Tughj, 349.        [365.

multiplication, 166-7.

mummies, papyri as covering or stuff-
ing for, 253.

mummification, 159, 187, 196-7, 240,

al-Munawi, traditionist, 356.        [377.

al-Muqaffd, 358.

Muqattam-Tura-Ma'sara hills, 127.

mural paintings, 279.

Murshil I, King, 32, 35.

al-Musabbihi, historian, 357.

Mushki, the, of Phrygia, 42.

musical notation, primitive hymn with,

Muslim Arabs, 327.                     [261.

Muslim conquest, 328-9; see also Islam.

Mustafd Ziada, Egyptian scholar, 358.

Mycenaean goods in Egypt, 40.

Mycerinus, King, 25, 88, 94.

mysticism, 351-3.

Myth and Ritual, 245 n. 3.

Nabonidus, King, 49, 50.

Nabopolassar, King, 49, 231.

Naharain, State, 34.

Nahum, prophet, 230.

nails, 137-8.

Naples, games at, 269. '

Napoleon Bonaparte, 84, 349, 359.

naqb, 137.

Naram-Sin, King, 19, 26.

Naskq al-azhdr, 359.

al-Nažir Muhammad, mosque of, 365.

naskhi script, 363.

national law, 213, 215-16.

national states, 51.

nationalism, 340-3.

native rulers, 35, 46-7.

natron, 133,158.

413

naturalism in art, 105.
Naukratis, 51, 210.
al-Nawaji, anthologist, 356.
Nazm al-jawhar, 357.
Near East, Hellenism of, 265.
Nebuchadnezzar I, King, 42-3.
Nebuchadnezzar II, King, 232-3.
Nebuchadnezzar III, King, 49.
Nedya, 219.
Nefertiti, Queen, 105, pi. n.
Nekhbet, goddess, 370.
neo-Memphite art, 108-9.
Nero, Emperor, 295.
Nesubenebded (Smendes), 54.
net-making, 132-3, 378.
netting needles, 133.
New Kingdom, 99, 103, 115; art of,
105; literature of, 76-8.
New Testament, papyri, 262, 264-5.
New Year festival, 240, 245.
Nicaea, Council of, 342.
Nicetas, bp., 344.
Nicholson, R. A., 352.
nickel, 135.
Nicocrates, 253.
night, hours of determined by water-
clocks, 163-4.
Night of the Drop, 9.
Nile, river, 24, 278; measurements of,
125; see also under Delta.
Nile valley, 115.
Nilometer, 164.
Nimone, 322.
Nimrud, ivories of, 116.
Nine Bows, the, 115.
Nineveh, city, 49, 230-1.
Niri, Amon at, 322.
Nitocris, Queen, 17.
Nitria (Wadi el-Natnm), monks of,
322-3, 327-30; Palladius in, 323-4.
No-Amon, see Thebes.
nobles, power of, 336-8, 344-6-
Nofret, statue of, 94.
nomads of western deserts, conquests
nomarchs, 289.                        [of, 25.
nome-capitals, 338, 342-3.
nomes, 273, 276, 334, 338, 340, 343,
3?i╗ 374-
Nonnus of Panopolis, 343.
Noph (Memphis), 235.
Norm, the, of Egyptian art, xoo-r.