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Page, Why called Διφυής...

311 Cedrenus, his opinion about Belus ...

295 Chedorlaomer, king of Elam, who .

103 Chinese, their government, when first settled

158 Chronus, Abraham, so called by the heathens 126 Circumcision enjoined Abraham, &c.

110 Corinthian history begins where

327 Ciphers, the Egyptian, why invented...

361 DANAUS came into Greece

322 Obtained the kingdom of Argos..

323 Dedicated the image of a wolf to Apollo ... 377 Deluge, none in Attica in the times of Ogyges, nor in Thessaly in the reign of Deucalion..

... 329 EGYPTIAN kingdoms, not founded at first upon despotic authority ..

175 Their ancient constitution, what.

176 Learning

408 Astronomy

409 Geometry

408 Physiology

410 Astrology

411 Magic

ibid. Their consecrating animals

348 When they began this practice

ibid. For what reason.

349 They canonized their heroes

350 Their most celebrated hero-gods, who... ibid. Upon what account they deified them

352 When...

ibid. They did not deify men newly dead.

355 Their hieroglyphics not their most ancient letters 263 They perplexed their ancient history, how....

368 Their fables about Isis and Osiris

370 Their theology arose from their learning

373 Their errors in religion, how occasioned

ibid. Erichtheus, by some writers mistaken for Erichthonius 312 Esau, his children set up a kingdom ..

262 His character....

266 Ethiopians, when they first settled near to Egypt.

399, Came from India....

400 Exodus out of Egypt, when..

503 Faith, the only principle upon which the men of the early times could know God...

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GEPHYRÆI came with Cadmas into Greece .... 319
Greece, its history very short and imperføct, until
after Cecrops' time

... 325
HEATHENS acknowledged one'supreme GoD ....... 458
Heliopolis, the opinion of the priests there about the

passage of the Israelites over the Red sex.... 518
Hellenes, who most-anciently so called.cie.

344
How the Greeks came to be universally called by
this pame...

... 346
Hyagnes, an improver of music

347
JACOB, his temper and disposition
Gets the blessing from Esau..

234
Sent to Laban.

236
His bargaini with Laban no chéat.

239
Leaves Laban ..

246
Sends to his brother Esau

248
Wrestles with an angel

252
Reforms his family, in what.

255
Came into Egypt......

276
His death and character...

278
Heathen testimonies about him..

281
The number of his family that came into Egypt.. 286
Jehovah, at first the name of the supreme God in all
tations.:

452
Images, Egyptian, most ancient not of hunian shape 376
Indigetes, the rise of deities so called .

359.
Inachus, how ancient

136
Indian polity, remarks upon it...

159
Joseph sold into Egypt....

258
His conduct and advancement

288
Interprets Pharaoh's dreams

269
Made deputy over Egypt.

270
Raises Pharaoh immense riches ::

271
Remarks upon his management....

272
Why hc bought not the priests' lands..

273
His brethren came into Egypt ..

276
Embalms Jacob, and buries him in great state ... 282
His behaviour to his brethren after Jacob's death. 283

By what king of Egypt he was advanced.......ibid.
Isis, the table of, what..

382
Who were owners of it.

383
Now lost ...

ibid.
What are the contents of it.

384

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Page. Several observations upon it .....

... 385 Ister wrote a book about the migrations out of Egypt 305 KINGS, the opinion of their divine right........... 182

Were, in Greece, the ancient priests of their
kingdoms.....

...... 189 LEARNED men have often embraced the grossest absurdities ....

... 373 Legislators, ancient ones paid a surprising deference to paternal authority

178 Lelex, first king of Lacedæmon

328 Letters introduced into Greece by Cadmus

322 What the ancients meant by the mimesis they ascribed to them ....

364 Longinus, his character of Moses

434 Lot, saved from the destruction of Sodom.

111 His wife turned into a pillar of salt ...

ibid. Lucian, his injudicions cavil at Moses' account of the creation ...

434 Lyre invented by Mercury.

ibid. MAGICIANS not able by enchantments to work miracles ...

.... 475 The Egyptians really performed the wonders ascribed to them ....

476 How they performed them..

482 Magistrate, civil, his duty to establish religion...... 208 Marsham's (Sir J.) arguments about Inachus considered 136 Magic, Egyptian, did not proceed from the influence of dæmons ...

414 But from the study of natural philosophy 418 Mercury, his three-chorded lyre

434 The second, author of many Egyptian superstitions 359 Miracles, not so many performed amongst the heathens as pretended.

..... 475 Montfaucon errs in his explanation of the Egyptian images...

375, 378 His account of the table of Isis not just..... 382 Moses, when born

398 Preserved by Pharaoh's daughter

395 Made a leader of the Egyptian armies.

396 Visited the Hebrews ..

397 Fled to Midian....

398 Kept Jethro's flock

ibid. His war in Ethiopia...

ibid.

and verse.

Page. Moses said to marry the king of Ethiopia's daughter 398 When he wrote the book of Genesis ...

401 Not the author of the Book of Job ..

402 Learned in all the learning of the Egyptians 40T Learned to write both prose

434 His song, in what verse written...

436 Is appointed to go to Egypt...

438 Asks the name of God, and why.

440 Goes with Aaron to Pharaoh

467 Not angry with Pharaoh ..

498 NAMES, Heathen and Rabbinical notions about them 441

Not given arbitrarily in the early times ... 445
Human names not always rightly given.

446 Name of God discovers his nature....

448 I AM TUAT I AM explained ..

440 Of the Egyptian Gods given to eminent men. 366 Of heroes given to others in like manner.... 367 Divers names given to one and the same person.. ibid. One name frequently to divers persons.

368 Næos, does not always signify a temple.

391 Neptune, the inventer of ships..

290, 298 Nimrod, how he became king..

164 Noah, the famous Indian bacchus.

149 OGYG ES reigned in Attica, when...

326 Orus, the Egyptian, was thought to become the star Orion ..

354 Ovid, his fable about the serpent's teeth sown by Cadmus, explained ..

321 PASTORS invade Egypt...

294 Pelasgus, first king of Arcadia.

327 Pictures, not the first letters..

263 Pharaoh, why he employed his magicians to opposc Moses...

422 Did not think Moses' works real miracles. ibid. His obstinacy, whence it proceeded.....

493 Pursues the Egyptians ...

508 Physic of the Egyptians, what.

424 Phocus, king of Phocis...

327 Plato, his opinion about the names of the heathen Gods....

446 His advice in order to know the names of the Gods 447 Plutarch, his explanation of the Delphian inscription. 450

His opinion about the heathen Hero-gods 357 Polycaon, king of Messene

328

Page. Priesthood, the first settlement of the Romans....... 187 Of the Grecian....

188 Asiatic priesthoods, not so exorbitant as by some represented ...

204 Priestcraft did not rule the Heathen world.

ibid. Prometheus, when he lived..

326 Why said to have made men.

ibid. QUEENS, their right to govern kingdoms..

210. REASON, unassisted by Revelation, could not in the most early times lead men to true religion..

373 Rebekah, her opinion of Jacob better grounded than Isaac's

232 Religion, what introduced into Greece by Egyptians., 387 The ancient religions expensive.

274 Revelation, had there been none in the early times,

men would for ages not have attained just sen,

timents of God and his worship..... ... 375 SACRIFICE, pretended one of Chronus considered. 192

No human ones before Abraham's days ........ 121 Remarks of some writers upon Abraham's intended sacrifice of Isaac.....

... 120 Şalatis king of Egypt oppresses the Israelites.. 305

Occasions many famous Egyptians to fly their
country.....

ibid. Scaliger, his mistake about the time of Cecrops .... 306 Sculpture, the rudeness of it no argument of the antiquity of the Egyptian images

375 Şeir, the ancient inhabitants of it..

259 Conquered by Esau's children

260 Şervitude, how it began...

169 Septuagint, additions therein to the last chapter of Job 228 Shaftsbury, Earl of, his remarks upon the Egyptian priesthood considered

197 Upon Joseph's not buying the priests' lands 273 Sicyon, kingdom of, began when...

325 Sodom destroyed.

111 Spencer, Dr. his mistake about the rise of temples.... 394 Saviour, his divinity proved from the Old Testament.. 466 Syphis, king of Egypt, dies...

222 Was the first who speculated on religious subjects 223 What he taught the Egyptians in opposition to Abraham.

226 TEMPLES, none built by Cecrops, Cadmus, or Danaus 390

Not more ancient than the Jewish tabernacle.... 391

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