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Gold in Egypt and in Britain, and
great use of, for ornaments, ii.
hieroglyphic signifying, ii. 149.
washing ore of, ii. 139.
mines of Egypt and Ethiopia
of Australia and California,ii.143.
cruelty to people condemned to
at first used very pure, ii. 145.
used before silver, shown by the
used for overlaying humbler
greater use of, for ornamental
rings of, as money, ii. 149.
a quantity in bags already
counted, ii. 149.
darics of Persia, ii. 150.
Grace before meals, i. 186.
of "seven plenteous years" laid
Granaries, i. 13, 31, 32; ii. 43, 46.
stunning the crystals of, ii. 157.
imitation of, ii. 292.
Grapes, gathering of, i. 40-43.
watched by boys, i. 43.
Gratitude of the Egyptians, ii. 227.
Greece, pictures of, ii., 278, 279.
in its infancy, when Egypt had
influence of Egypt on, i. 1, 4;
Greek temples traced from wooden
lyres. See Lyres.
instruments, name of, i. 126.
pictures in temples and galleries,
- pictures carried off to Rome, ii.
oldest paintings monochrome,
statues and bas-reliefs coloured,
colours, ii. 291.
taste, colour, form, and propor-
architecture at first simple, ii.
--, Ionic, and Corinthian capitals,
and Egyptian temples of a dif-
architecture and bas-reliefs co-
vases of the, far superior to
copied from the "Barbarian
knew but did not use the arch
considered music a necessary
indebted to Asia for stringed
long-haired, ii. 327.
Grove or Temenos.
of Frontispiece, List of woodcuts,
or Temenos, i. 409.
Guard at the gate of a camp, i. 407.
had no shield, i. 406.
Guards, royal, i. 337.
Guests, reception of, and arrival of,
Guests had flowers and wine brought
anointed on arriving, i. 78.
crowned with flowers, i. 78, 80.
at dinner sat on the ground, or
Iamused with music and danc-
Guilloche ornament, i. 19; ii. 290.
Kithára, Chitarra, i. 124, 129.
Gúsla of Montenegro, with one string,
Hair of women, ii. 335.
of children, i. 312; ii. 328.
of men shaved, i. 312; ii. 327.
Halfeh or Poa grass, i. 57.
Hands cut off, as a return of the
clapping the, i. 89, 90, 92, 95,
Harness. See Chariot.
unknown to the Greeks, i. 111.
of various sizes, i. 110, 111.
of tortoiseshell, i. 87, 113.
Harpers standing to play, i. 86, 87, 88,
ii. 53. See Horus.
-, or reproduction on dissolution,
Harvest home, i. 282.
Hatchet, or axe, i. 361, 362, 419; ii.
Hatching eggs artificially, ii. 170.
the modern oven for, ii. 170-
cut off first, i. 170, 263.
placed on altars and taken to the
said by Herodotus not to have
scapegoat, probably not extended
on their, i. 177.
Heads of Egyptians, hard, ii. 328.
Hearse of the dead, ii. 368, 373, 375.
Re, the Sun, was the God of, i.
Mnevis, the sacred bull of, i.
said to have been founded by
with crest, from Asia, i. 366.
Heracleopolis, i. 243.
Hermæ of Greece not the origin of
Hermes, books of, i. 274; ii. 251. See
or Mercury, ii. 228. See Thoth.
Heroes, no divine honours paid to, i.
Hieraphori, bearers of standards,
images, &c., i. 273, 284, 285.
Hippopotamus hide, use of the, i
sacred to Mars, i. 246.
used with and without the
called Toré, and put for the let-
had not a metal blade in early
of peasants, ii. 52.
Hoop, game with a, i. 194, 195.
Horizontal line in architecture, i.
Horns for instruments, 105.
Horses exported from Egypt, i. 386.
of Egypt esteemed, i. 234.
Horus, or Orus, i. 242, 275, 288, 300,
the child, or Harpocrates, i. 256,
Houses, plans of, i. 11, 12.
-, they slept in summer on the
Incense, i. 265.
Humanity of the Egyptians recorded
Hunting, mode of, i. 218, 221, 224.
of the 3rd class. See Class 3rd.
Hyæna, i. 213, 224, 227, 246.
caught, i. 213, 224.
apparently not eaten, i. 224.
Hyrax, or Wabber, i. 228, 247.
Jackal, i. 227, 246.
Javelin lighter than the spear, i. 355.
Ibex, i. 227, 247.
Ibis, two kinds of, sacred, i. 251.
shoulder of an, broken and set,
Ichneumon, i. 227, 229, 246.
destroys serpents and the eggs
Jerusalem, temple of, pillaged, i. 308,
Jewels of silver and gold, &c., i. 146;
musicians, numerous, i. 96.
trumpets, i. 96, 104, 105.
Jews, features of the, ii. 197.
included among Syrians by the
anointed the king, i. 275.
embalmed the dead, ii. 387.
sold as slaves by the Phoni-
brickmakers at Thebes not, ii,
features of Eastern not like
features of Western, not given to
Jingling instrument, i. 89, 92, 93.
the aborigines, and conquest never,
Inapplicableness and adaptability, i.
offered, i. 324.
offered to the dead, ii. 358.
arrival of the Hindoos in, i.
aborigines of Scythian origin in,
trade with, ii. 134, 234, 235, 237.
Indigo used by the Egyptians, ii. 78,
Infantry, heavy and light, i. 386, 387.
fabulous, i. 255.
Instruments. See Musical.
with three strings, i. 84.
-, unknown, i. 133.
to which they danced, i. 133.
of jingling sound, i. 89, 92, 93, 119.
found at Thebes not unlike a
of one string, i. 125.
Interest not allowed to increase be-
Intestines of the dead, how buried,
Inventions, few represented, ii. 320.
Investiture to office, i. 275, 282, 283.
kept out from certain crops, ii.
Inundation as described by Virgil
makes the villages of the Delta
height of the, ii. 8, 9.
same height as of old, ii. 8, 9.
, plough and hoe used after the,
now rises high above the base of
known to the Egyptians, ii. 154.
Isaac, savoury meats brought to, i.
Isis "with ten thousand names," i. 329.
the mother of the child, i. 333.
Isis and Nepthys, the beginning and
Isle. See Wight, Isle of.
Israelites regretted the fish of Egypt;
Israelites. See Jews, see Jewish,
ii. 229, 232.
, figures of, without hands, ii.
bench of, ii. 30, 203.
the Arch Judge chief of, ii. 203,
figure of, i. 272. See Truth.
Juvenile offenders, ii. 215.