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Full text of "The Legacy Of Egypt"

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Pindar, 343.

pink colour, for painting, 155.

pire, 64.

Pispir, deserted fort at, 318-19.

Pius, Pope, 10.

plane, carpenter's, 138.

planets, 161.

plaque, from Shechem, 60, pi. i.

plaster base for painting, 156.

plasterer's tool, pi. 23.

Plato, 65, 252, 266.

Platonism, Christian, 300-3, 307, 315.

Pleiades, constellation, 162.

Pleroma, the, 313.

Pliny, 55, 195.

Pliny the elder, 280-2.

plumb-rule, 138, 148, pi. 22.

* plunderers' (Bedawin), 219.

ply-wood, 137.

poetry, 77, 242-3, 352-3.

polar stars, 162.

police officials, Si.

politics, 17-52, 350.

poll-tax, 334.

Polybius, papyrus roll of, 252.

polygamy, 383-4.

pools, in gardens, 81.

p6r, 64.

porcelain ring of Amenhotep IV, 222

porphyritic rocks, 123.                [n. 2.

porphyry, 143, 145.

portrait heads, 105.

portrait statues, 94.

possession, 386.

potentiores, 338.

potter's wheel, 131,

potters, 378.

pottery: Badarian, 123-4, 130-1, pi.
14; base for painting, 156; designs,
,361-2; dynastic, 131-2; early Cretan
(Minoan), 23; from Rhodes, &c., 51;
handles, 131; in Islamic Egypt, 366-
7j later predynastic, 131-2; lustre
ware, 366; Merimda, 122,130, pi. 14;
method of making, 131-2; predynas-
tic, 124, 131-2, pi. 15; prehistoric,
21; wheel-marks on, 131.

praefectus Aegypti, 333.

praepositus, 334, 338.

praesides, 333.

Precepts of Kagmeni, 70, 73.

precious stones, 155.
predynastic cultures, 122, 124, 126,
130; inscriptions on pottery, 124;
pottery, 124, 131-2.
prefect of Egypt, 274-5.
prehistoric pottery, 21.
presents, 88.
Preusschen, E., 312 n. i.
priest kings of Egypt, 42, 47.
priestesses, 378.
priests, 65, 94, 377-8.
'prince of the desert', 219.
Princess's jewellery, 97-8.
princesses, represented in sculpture, 81.
printing in Islamic Egypt, 359-60.
Priscilla, 310.
prisoners, captured, clay figures of, 115.
Prisse Papyrus, 246.
private ownership, 199.
procedure, law of, 204-6, 209-10, 212-
prophet, the, 372.                   [15, 217.
proportion, 167.
proportions, harmony of, 91.
protodynastic cultures, 122, 125, 126.
Proto-Hittites, 31.
proto-Sinaitic inscriptions, 63.
Proverbs, book of, 246-8; Egyptian
parallels, 67-70.
provincial governors, 333-5.
provincial law, Roman, 213-16.
'provincial* texts, 260.
tprwj on Egyptian inscriptions, 222-3.
Psalms, book of, 243-5, 2^i.
Psammeticus I, King, 48, 210, 231.
Psammeticus II, King, 236.
Ptah, the artificer, 238, 376.
Ptahhotep, 70, 73, 95, 245.
Ptolemaic period, 226; education for
women in, 276; games in, 266-7;
government in, 293; law in, 210-12;
papyri of, 259, 261.
Ptolemais, city, 210, 341.
Ptolemais Hormou, village of, 249.
Ptolemies: administrative system of,
273-7 5 až gods, 290; and Greek tradi-
tion, 65; rights of, 295; and royal
ownership of land, 292; temples built
by, no; see also Pharaohs.
Ptolemy I, 291.                    [272, 295.
Ptolemy II (Philadelphus), 238, 266,
Ptolemy, son of Lagus, 288-9.