A Handbook of Egyptian Religion

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INDEX
ABODE of the blessed, 91, 141
Abrasax, 229
Abydos, 27, 75 pilgrimage to, 135
Alchemy, 229
Altar, 42, 247
Amaunet, 57, 81
Amduat, 109, 146, 184, 191
Amenophis I., 78 III., 62, 79 IV., the heretic, 61, 62 et seq., 72 son of Hapu, 174
Amon, 19, 57, 63, 69, 72, 79, 81, 82, 162, 163, 178, 195, 221, 245 popularity of, 60 in Nubia, 197, 198
Amon-Re, 57, 83. See also Amon
Amulets, 131, 144, 158, 162, 187, 188, 231 moulds for, 188
Anat, 73
Animal heads of gods, 8 worship, 24, 205, 220
Animals, incarnations of deities, 2, 23 sacred, 17, 20, 22, 79, 170, 176, 205, 220, 248 graves of, 79, 176, 177
Antaios, 225
Antinous, 241, 242
Anubis, 15, 16, 33, 102, 111, 187, 192, 227, 230, 242, 245, 249, 251, 255 in Nubia, 200
Aphrodite, 218, 227, 248
Apis, 22, 24, 79, 170, 172, 176, 207, 217, 227, 243, 248, 254 tomb, 171
Apollo, 175, 235 17
Apophis, 10, 59, 110, 160, 169, 184
Ares, 178, 236, 248
Arsnuphis, 201
Artemis, 175, 227
Art of Amenophis IV., 68
Asklepiades, 254
Asklepios, 174, 235
Astarte, 73
Athene, 175
Aton, 63, 64
Atum, 9, 10, 59, 61
BAAL, 73, 74
Balance of Osiris, 102, 230
Bark of sun. See Sun
Bast, 3, 13, 56, 150, 165, 173, 179, 244
Bebon, 102, 231
Beetle as sun, 7, 111 on mummies, 142, 144, 187
Benben stone, 27
Bes, 75, 76, 161, 227, 232, 235, 237
Birds, 2, 88, 100, 101, 170
Bubastis, 16, 244. For goddess, see Bast
Burial in Nubia, 200
Buto, 20, 204 (goddess), 20, 34, 180
Byblos, 195
CAT, 13, 79, 170, 176, 220
Chapel, 44
Choachytaelig;, 189, 190
Christ as good shepherd, 228
Circumcision, 181, 198, 223
Coffins, 127, 128, 139, 186, 232, 233 outside Egypt, 195
Cow, 12, 26, 180 celestial, 6, 7, 26, 31

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