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Full text of "The Legacy Of Egypt"

414                                  Index

Novs, mind, 313.

novel, pagan, Christian Egyptian sub-
stitute for, 262.

Nubia: burial-rites, 22; conquest of,
28, 116; gold from, 23, 35, 37; iron
spear-head from, 136; mother of
pearl in, 155; native chieftains, 47;
rise of power of, 47-8.

Nubian Church, 328.

Nubti, attribute of Set, 10,

al-Nujum al-zdhira, 358.

Nuzhat al-andm, 358.

Nuzi, cuneiform tablets from, 32.

oak wood, 137.

obelisks, 140, 172, 228.

Obermann, J., 59 n. i.

obligations, see law.

obsidian vases, 97.

occupations, scenes of, 96.

ochre, 155.

oeconomi, treasury officials, 274.

Oesterley, W. 0. E., 68 n. i, 223 n. i,

official calendar, 2.               [245 n. 2.

official instructions, handbooks of, 274.

oil monopoly, 293-4.

oils, 159.

Old Comedy, the, 339, 343.

Old Kingdom, in, 115; art of, 83, 86,
88; literary style, 73; rulers of, 93;
tombs of, 95.

Old Testament, 221, 228, 235; chrono-
logy of, 225,232; Egyptian influence
in, 246; New Year festival in, 66-72,
240; translation into Greek, 238.

Oldfather, C. H., 257 n. i.

*0mar, Caliph, 346,

Omboi, 341.

Onnophris, 272.

opal, 155.

oracles, 209, 290-1.

*0re of Heaven*, 135.

Orient, the, diocese of, 333.

Origen: death, 3055 doctrine, 300-1,
3░3╗ 3oS~io╗ 3i4-i6; early life, 304;
Egyptian gospel referred to by, 311;
in Caesarea, 304; works, 261, 302,

305. 3*3-
Orion, constellation (man running and

looking backwards), 162.
ornament, simplicity of, gx.

ornamental waters, 81.
Orontes, river, 19, 29, 34, 39, 227, 233.
orpiment, 156.
opdoTToSelv, 265.
Osiris, god, 100, 238.
Oslo magical papyrus, 280.
Osorkon I, King, 6r, 227 n. i.
ostraka, 103-4, 256.
overlay, gold, úc., 137.
ownership, 199-200.
ox-head, 56, 59, 61, 63.
ox-leg, see Great Bear.
Oxyrhynchus, 250, 253, 257, 267, 269,
272; Apion family of, 267, 337, 339>
342.
77, 121.
Pabau, Pakhom at, 319.
paddles, 142.
paganism, 340-3, 384.
pagarchs, 338, 343.
pageants, 277.
P*li, 334, 333.
painted stucco, 94.
painters, 81, 378-9.
painting, 88, 101-2, 155-7.
paints, 155-6.
Pakhom, St., 319-20.
palaces, 80-1, 91, 116.
Palaemon, 266, 319.
palaestra, the, 339.
palanquin, 92.
Palermo Stone, 5, 6, 10, 125, 126.
Palestine: broken up into small states,
47; Egypt and, 44, 49, 66, 323;
Hadad in, 226; Hyksos in, 221; im-
portance of, 43; Khabiru raids in,
37,38; literature of Egypt, Palestine,
and Mesopotamia compared, 71-2;
possible invaders from, 125; province
of Roman empire, 2645 sheikhs of
Edom and Moab in, 42; and Sinai
texts, 58-60; use of papyrus in, 54-
5; see also Syria-Palestine.
Palestine and Assyria, 230.
Palladius, bp. of Helenopolis, 323-4.
palm wine, 158.
palm-fibre ropes, 132
Palmer,_E. H., 354.
pancratium, 269.
Panopolis, Nonnus of, 343.