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at base of mountains of Thebes,
never circular in Egypt, ii. 365.
Tomtom drum, i. 103-106.
Towers, moveable, used in sieges, i.
Towns raised above the inundation,
Toys for children, i. 196, 197.
Tradesmen not allowed to meddle
Traps for birds, ii. 180, 182.
-, spring, very strong, ii. 182.
, sacred, i. 256.
represented on monuments, ii.
Triad of gods, i. 329-332.
Trial of the dead, i. 325; ii. 376, 379.
of Ethiopia, i. 404.
jar of, i. 397.
from Asia and Africa, ii. 233.
vases brought as part of a, i. 152,
Triclinium not used by the Egyptians,
Trimalchio's exhortation at his feast,
Triumph of the king after victory, i.
troops summoned by the, i. 344.
Truth, the figure of, i. 260, 271, 272,
Truth, i. 271, called Thmei (Deμis).
and Justice, i. 272; ii. 205.
Truth, or Justice, the great cardinal
goddess of, with her eyes closed,
Typho or Typhon, or Seth, i. 105, 241,
the 3rd day of the Epact the
sow sacrificed to, i. 323.
head of, resembled that of Me-
Variety, the Egyptians fond of, i.
Vase like a caldron, i. 154.
of bronze, with an elastic cover,
Vases, i. 147-158.
of glass and porcelain, i. 78, 82.
of porcelain, or of enamel on
from Asia, i. 152, 153.
often of as bad shape as our
and bottles in a case, i. 80.
of gold and silver, and other ma-
of gold, with so-called Greek
of same form as some Greek, but
used in the temple and the
of bronze glass, and other ma-
studded with precious stones, i.
variously ornamented with ani-
of the Greeks, with the "Goose
of elegant form in Egypt, some-
Vases from Egypt. See Etruscans.
Vegetables, great quantity of, at din-
Vegetables forbidden to the priests,
Vegetables, food of the lower orders,
-, great number of people in
-, sacred, i. 256.
Vertical line in architecture, i. 21;
Veterinary art in Egypt, ii. 173, 174.
Victory, return of a king after, i.
thanksgiving after, i. 279, 416.
boat towed on a lake in the
Villas, i. 24-28.
of irregular plan, i. 28.
Vine,. i. 39-45; ii. 29, 36.
browsed on by kids after the
grown on the edge of the desert,
Vitrified coating over figures and sar-
Umbrella over a chariot, i. 73, 75, 76,
shield used for an, i. 73, 75.
Wabber, or hyrax (a sort of mar-
mode of attack in, i. 405.
-, return of the army from, i. 278,
Wars of the Egyptians, i. 390-416.
Wife, the priests and other Egyptians
said to rule at home, ii. 223.
Wight, Isle of, made the depôt for tin,
Wigs, ii. 325, 326, 329.
Wild animals kept for the table, i. 215.
ass and wild boar not repre-
Wild boar, i. 244, 247. See Damietta.
ox or cow, a species of antelope
not covered with hangings, i. 22.
rights and duties of, i. 4.
talked about their earrings, i. 145.
guilty of capital crimes, punish-
dresses of, ii. 334.
upper garment worn by priests,
World not more peopled now than for-
Wounded enemies, i. 373.
Writing, everything done in, ii. 176.
Year, division of the, ii. 251-254.
of 365 and 3654 days, ii. 252-254.
Yoke for carrying waterpots and other
of a plough, ii. 15.
of a chariot, i. 379, 381.
Young animals for stocking preserves,
Zift, or bitumen, brought in tribute
Zythus, or Zythos, beer, i. 53–55.
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