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Index

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Pantaenas, Alexandrine Christian, 302.

Papal papyri, 252.

Papias, on John Mark, 310.

papyrology, 250 n. i, 286-7.

papyri: Aramaic, 235-6; biblical, 261-
5, 311; calligraphy, 251; codex,
origin, &c., of, 252; documentary,
253-4, 256, 273, 275-6; dramatic
texts, 257; educational, 266-70;
Greek, 249-82; illuminated, 251;
literary, 76, 244, 250 n. 2, 252, 255,
261 sqq., 343, 345; medical, 180-4,
187-8, 190-4, 387; of Ptolemaic
period, 259, 261; as source of in-
formation, 253-4,332-3,337,344-5;
and textual criticism, &c., 258-61;
as waste paper, 253-4.

papyrus, 136-7; negligible item in
economic life of Roman Empire,
284; in design, 81, 91.

 base for painting, 156.

 boat-building, uses of for, 140, 142,

 model boat of, 96.

 ships' rudders made from, 142.

 writing material, 54-5, 251-5.
parallelisms in literature, 241.
parchment  book,  descent  of,  from

papyrus codex, 252.
parks, Si.
irapovata, 265.

passion, the, Origen's doctrine of, 309.
passport system in Roman Empire and

in Egypt, 286.
pathology, 191-2.
Pathros, 235.
Patrick, St., 325.
patronage, 335-6, 344-5.
Paul, Father, see Abu Bolos.
Paul, St., 265, 286, 316; Acta Pauli,

262; Epistles of, 264.
Paul of Thebes, 317-18, 320.
Paula, widow, 323.
Pausanias, 117.
pavilion, ceremonial, 92.
payment in kind, 200, 335, 379-80; in

money, 379-80.
pearls, 155, 363.

peasants, depicted on tombs, 95, pi. 5.
pectorals, 97, pi. 6.                     [n. i.

Peet, T. E., 55-6, 71-4, 222 n. 3, 223
Pe-Kanan, temple, 239.

Pelusium, city, 214, 346, 348.
Pentateuch, language of, 67.
Pentateuch (the Law), 237-8.
Pentecost, 309.
Pepi I, King, 94.
Pepi II, King, 27, in.
percentage taxes, 294.
perfumes, 159.
Pernuj, Mount, 322-3.
persea wood, 137.
persecution, religious, 327-9.
Persepolis, city, 50, 116.
Persia, 21, 116, 361-2; kings of, 290.
Persian architects, 364; artists, 362;
carpets, 366; garrison at Aswan,
210; Gulf, 21, 25-8; law, 208-10;
satrapies, 50.
Persians, 49, 50.
perspective, system of, in art, 89.
pessimistic literature, 70, 75.
Peter, St., 310, 326.
petitions, 275, 278.
Petosiris, tomb of, in.
Petrie, Sir W. M. Flinders, 55,121,136.
Pharaoh's daughter, 225.
Pharaoh-Necho, King, 232.
Pharaohs, no, 116, 221-2, 288-9, 295,
372-4, 385-
Pharaonic art, 84, 87, 89-90; Egypt,
292; Mail line, 392.
Philadelphia, 266.
Philadelphus, see Ptolemy II.
Philae, Island of, 109-10.
Philistia, 58-60, 225, 229, 231.
Philistines, the, 41-3, 225.
Philo of Alexandria, 237,315 n. i, 316,
Philocalia, 302.                            [318.
philology, 355-6.
philosophy, 64-5, 261, 342.
Phocas, 344.
Phoenicia, 43-6, 227, 229; as source of
alphabet, 55-64.
Phoenician engraved bowls, 116.
Phoenicians, 51, 220.
Phoenix cycles of time, 10.
phonetic writing, 64.
Phrygia, kingdom of, 48; Mushki of,
physiology, 188-91.                      [42*
pickaxe, iron, 136.
pig, the, unclean, 384-5.
Pilate and Barabbas, story of, 265.