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Full text of "The Legacy Of Egypt"

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Index

Tiamat, Babylonian divinity, 70,

Tiberius, Emperor, 273.

Tiglath-pileser I, King, 43, 45.

Tiglath-pileser III, King, 46-47.

Tigrane Pasha relief, 108-9.

Tigris, river, 21, 24, 26.

timber: Egypt's need for, 20; for car-
pentry, 137; from Persian Gulf re-
gion, 27; for royal palaces, 91; from
Syria, 23, 28, 44.

al-Timirtashi, Hanafi lawyer, 356.

Timotheus, Persae, oldest papyri, 255.

Timotheus roll, 252.

Timothy Aelurus, 341.

tin, 44, 135-6.

Tirhakah, pharaoh, 230.

tithes, 295.

Tobit, Egyptian influence in, 70.

toilet articles, in tomb, 92, pi. 12.

tombs: art of, 85-6; as evidence of
civilization, 85; of 4th and 5th
dynasties, 87; human figures de-
picted on, 95-6; literary papyri
found in, 252; of Old Kingdom, 95;
reliefs in, 87, 103; robbers of, 88;
royal, fragments from, 87; shape of,

385-

— of Queen Hetepheres, 92; of Kare-
nen, pi. 5; of Khaemhet, in; of
Khaemrehu, pi. 25; of the khalifs,
365; of Meketr£*, pis. 19, 21; of
Petosiris, in; of Ram6se, 102-3,
in, 117, pi. 9; of Sennutem, pi. 22;
of Ti, iii; of Tutankhamen, 83, 87
-8, 105-6, 158, pis. 20, 22.

'tongs', not used by Egyptians, 148.

Toobe, see Tub.

Torczyner, H., 234.

totalitarian state, Egypt as, 289.

trade between Egypt and India, 270;
Greek, 51,116; in Near East, 29-30;
restriction of, 382; revival of, 27;
routes, 26, 218.

trading stations, Hellenic, 116.

tradition: in design, 97; in symbolism,
97; of Egyptian art, 118-19.

Trajan, Emperor, 276,316; column of,

transition, age of, 344.                  [19.

transport, 381.

treasury officials, 274.

triads of Mycerinus, 94*

tribute paid by conquered races, 88.
Troy, 12, 41.
Tub, see adobe.
tubular drills, 147.
Tulunid dynasty, 347, 349; architec-
ture, 364.
Turn, god, pi. 7.
Tunah el-Gebel, in.
Tura-Mac§ara-Muqattam hills, lime-
stone from, 143-4, 147-8.
Turin papyrus, n, 14.
Turkish: Bahri Mamluks, 349, 365;
carpets, 366; conquest, 330; period,
182, 184, 193; Sultan, 349.
turquoise, 56-7, 155.
Tuscany, 41.
Tushka, diorite quarries near, 145.
Tut'ankhamen, King, 38; corselet,
robes, &c., of, 130; glass from tomb
of, pi. 20; gold coffin of, 134; iron
objects belonging to, 136; jewellery
of time of, 154-5; tomb of, 83, 87-8,
105-6* J58> Pjs- 20> 22-
Tuthmosis I, King, 34, 99, 221.
Tuthmosis III, King, 18, 34, 36, 99,
114, 136,181, 221-3.
Tuthmosis IV, King, 130.
Two Brothers, The Tale of the, 76.
Tyre, city, 37, 42, 227, 305; Hiram,
king of, 44.
tyres, 121, 130.
Tyrrhenians, 41.
Tyrsenoi, the, 41.
Ugarit, city, Arameans and, 42; Egyp-
tians in, 29; fall of, 41; Hittites and,
40; importance of, 29; Minoan Cre-
tans in, 29; trade with Crete, 34.
Ulpian, 208.
Umayyad khalifs, 329, 348.
Umma, Lugal-zaggisi, ruler of, 25.
'Umman-Manda', the, 48-49.
Unas, pyramid of, pi. 29.
Urn, Egyptian noble, 140.
universities, 351.
Unknown Gospel, 262.
Ur, 22, 25, 24.
Urartu, kingdom of, 45, 49.
urban class, the, 338-9.
Uriah, 235.
Urmia, lake, 46.