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—496, 498
Manuscripts, Ethiopian, 99
Mara, 307, 548
Maranites, the, 554
Marcellinus, Ammianus, cited, 79
Martineau, Miss, cited, 514, 520
Maruga, villasre of, 212, 209
Masr, or Cairo, 4A
Massaui, island of, 228



Matarieh, village of, 49
M&cheref, village of, 142, 144
Medamot, village of, 247
Medik, village of, 125
Medinet el Faium, 93, 97

Habu, 102, 253, 256, 260

chiu-ch at, 269



Madi, ruins of, 98



Ximrud, town of, 97

Mediterranean Sea, triremes on, 442
Megdel, in Syria, 336
Meharret. See Hererat
Mehemet Ali, 441
Mehendi, Roman camp of, 125
3Ieidum, Pyramid of, 64, 83
Mekseh, village of, 336
Melah (Arabic for salt work), 194
Melek Idris Adlan, 177, 191
Memnon statue, 257
Memnonia at Thebes, 102, 248, 258
Memphis, 14, 49, 72, 81, 369, 427, 4S4
P\Tamids of, 24, 44, 370



Menephthes king during the Exodus,
424, 430, 449, 451, 454, 470, 474, 480, 484
rock temple, at Surarieh,



dedicated to Hathor by, 100
temple in Nubia erected

by, 124
Menes, laws of, 392
epoch, or first historical year,

495

hieroglyphic writings invented



in time of, 377

year of 3893, B.C.



494



Menkera (Mykerinos), Pyramid of, 59

Menzaleh Lake, 333

Merhet, priest of Chufu. tomb of, 61, 63

Meraui, town of, 194, 223

Merde, derivation of term, 210

district between Nile and Asta-

boras, 17, 146

island of, 225

Pyramids of, 206

well of, 217



Mesam-at, monuments of, 156

el Kirbegan (Ben Naga), 156,



157



e' Naga (Ben Naga), 156
e' Sofra (Ben Naga), 156



Messaid, spring of water, 288

Messelemieh, town of, 166, 189, 205

Metamme, tillage of, 154

Meton, the cycle of, 454

Mice in camp, 87

Migiik, in Gilif range, 216

Military band, 186

Minjau schtaroth, epoch of, 455

Mirage, in Nubian Desert, 141

Misphragmuthosis, end of rule of

Hyksos, 428, 490
Mitrahinneh,72
Mneuis, holy biUl, 411, 413
Mo'alaqa, Syria, 337
Mdris-Amenemha, 481
Mocris Lake, 92, 95
dams of lake, 95



572



INDEX.



Moeris, Pyramid of , 83

Mofirad, mountain range of, 141

IMotrran River, 146

]\Ioiiammed Ali, 39. 40, 333

Said, 158

I\roie Messaid. spring of, 288

]Moleds, or new moons, 453

Molon, cited, 423

IMonarchy, Old, 395, 414

Monassir, cataracts in province of, 228

Honkeys on Blue River, 169

Mons Casius, 429

■ Claudianus. See Gebel Fatireh

■ For phy rites. See Gebel Dochan

Monuments, 368, 375

age of Egyptian, 16

in Old Monarchy. 414

■ of Biahmu, 96

granite, at Mount Barkal,

223

Pharonic, 233

at Soba. IS

at Thebes, 20

Monumental nation, the Egj-ptian, 397

writing, hierogljT)hics be-
come, 379

Moqattam Hills. 47

Mosaic account of Exodus, 425

Mosch, town of, 235

Moses, 310, 408, 411, 449, 484, 486, 491,
546

Mosque at Damascus, 343

at Old Dongola, 232

Motmar, 150

Mountains of Xubian Desert, mineral
character of, 136

Mud of Nile, bricks made of, 369

Mudhir of Berber, 131

Esneh, 131

Miihleisen, a missionary, 39, 47

Mukfar, ruins of, 'i;35, 436

Mulid e'Xebbi, festival of, 70

]\Ivanmies, durability of, 370

IMuudera, plain of, 141

Munfieh range, 280

;Musa Bey, 148

3Iusic not considered by the Egyptians
an independent art, 388

Eastern, 85

Arabic, 182

Mustafra Pascha, 131

Mythology of Egypt, 25

Myos hormos, ruins of, 289

N.
Nablus (Sichem) Syria, 334
Naga in the desert, 17, 153, 156, 210
Kaharieh, ruins of town near, 43
Nahrel Kelb (Lykos), 22, 355
Nakb el Egaui, Peninsula of Sinai, 291

Haul, Peninsula of Sinai, 291,

294, 547
Names, holv and popular, for towns, 115
Napoleon, Descrip. de l'Egypt,376
Napata, town of, 18, 223
cemetery of, 220



Ferd.



Narrative, Mosaic, contradicts the idea
that the Jews were the Hyksos, 421

Nascimbeni, engineer of the Viceroy, 93

Nasr, Sultana, 176

Natron, crust in desert of, 139

Natural history, collection by
Werne, bought for Prussia, 42

Nazareth, 335

Nebbi Habil (tomb of Abel), 340

Schit, Syria, 345

Nebek-tree, 277, 298

Nebuchadnezzar, 455

Nechel Delfa, in Gebel Munfieh, 281

Necropoli, Egyptian, 375

Necropolis of Thebes, 247

Nectanebus 120, 243, 525, 531
II., 494



Negro soldiers, 186

Nehera-si-Numhotep, tomb of, 112

Nekleh, Rosetta arm of Nile, 43

Nekos begins to cut canal between Nile
and Red Sea, 439, 440, 441, 442

Neos Dionysos, Ptolemy XIII., 108

Neslet, village of, 98

Nesnas ape, 164

Neubauer, Herr, apothecary at Char-
turn, 160

New Dongola, 233

Nile river, height of, at Semneh, 19, 20

gradual levelling of bed, 30

at Afteh, 4^

waters of, 44

crossing the. 211

observations on rise of, 239, 259

between Thebes and Qeneh, 275

narrow district of, 369

1 mud bricks of, 369

I ease of transport on, 372

! canal, 436, 448

upper districts of, 458

rise of, related by Strabo, 4S1

breadth, depth, and velocity in

Nubia, 519

fall of, 521

Nilomcter, 73

Nimr, palace of King, 195

Nilus, cited, 556, 557, 560

Noah's tomb, 327

Nochol rock, 307

Nofratmu, an ancestor of Ranumhet,
chief architect, 458

Nomarchs, who ruled in the Nomes,
4S2

Nomes, Egypt divided into, 482, 483

Nome, Sethroitic, Abaris situated in,
427. 431

Nuba language. 30, 128, 232, 234

dialect, 235

villages, 228

Nubia, Lower, phys. gcog. of, see Ap-
pendix, 516

Lower, geological structure of.

Appendix, 522

breadth, depth, &c., of Nile,



Appendix, 519
temples in, 124



IlfDEX.



;73



K'ubian language, 171

Sheikh, 30

Nubians, character of, 127

IS'umbers, genuine Manethonic, 4Qi~

496, 498

Hebrew, uncertainty of, 402

Nummulitic limestone near Memphis,

371
IVumt Amen, temple of, 255
Nureddin Eft'endi, a Coptic Catholic

Egj-ptian, 163, 1S9
Nuri, Pyramids of, 218, 221
Nus, hieroglyphic name of town, 112

O.

Obelisk at Heliopolis, 46
Obelisks in Alexandria, 369
Ochus, conquest of Egypt by, 494
Okmeh, sulphur-spring at, 237
Old Dongola, 232
Old Testament writings, 459

chronology, 490, 492

Old chronicle, 497, 498
Olympiad, the seventh, 423

calculation, 424

Olympian games, 383

Omar Aga, officer in Turkish army, 198

Omarab mountains, 209

Ombos, canon of proportions found in,

20, 118
Om Saiale, well of, 218
Om Schebak, valley of, 218
On, same as Heliopolis, 113
Onias, temple of, 449
Osarsiph, priest of Heliopolis, 406, 408,

413, 416
Osiris, tomb of, 122

service of, 413

statue of, at Kamlin, 164

Osman Bey, chief in command of army

against Taka, 196
Osymandyas, King, 381

tomb of, 260

Otho, Emp., 266

P.
Paapis, son of Amenophis, 405
Palms, Dileb, 171

Doum, 137, 218

Pachon, Papyri dated 13th of, 395
Painting on Pyramids, 52

Christian, over Heathen repre-
sentations, 268
Paintings in Thebes, 246

on tomb in Benihassan, 111

Panodorus, 498

Pauopolis{Chemmis), rock-grotto of,115

Papyrus rolls, 391, 394, 395

of Sallier, 391

plant, 373, 380

roll on monuments, 374

Paran, 304, 539

Parthey, cited, 520, 525
Papebroch, cited, 558
Pastophori, the watchers of the tem-
ples, 389



Patriarchs, the three, 491

Paul, Apostle, on number, 403, 480

Pedigree of architect, 279

Peney, M., French surgeon, 196

Petamenap, tomb of the royal scribe.

265
Pelusiac arm of Nile, 429, 446
Pelusium, town of, 429, 430, 432
Peninsula of Sinai, climate of, 545
Periander, 442
Period from Abraham to Moses, 485—

491
Perring, measurement of Pyramids by,

59

13, 79, 114

Petronius, Prefect, 481
Phoenikon, Peninsula of Sinai, 555
Phoenix, period of 1500 years, 398
Phara ravine, 554
Pharan, 297, 304, 313, 546, 555, 557

church of, 562

palm-grove of, 553, 559

Pharaoh, 413, 480

of the Exodus, 421—425

the, of Joseph, 477

(Sethosis I.), 484



Pharaonic history, restoration of the,
399

Philaj, island of, 20, 119, 242, 530, 531

name of, 120

inscriptions at, 107

temples on, 525

Philotera, ancient, 289

Philip Aridaeus, 252

Philologj', Egyptian, 26

Philosophers who visited Egypt, 385

Phokes, island of, 555

Physical Geography of Lower Nubia,
Appendix, 516

Pilgrims, German, 302

Pipe, Turkish, pleasure of, 104

Pithom and Ramses, treasure cities,
426

situation of, 435, 447

Plague of the leprosy, Egyptian account
of, 412

Plato, house he inhabited in Heliopo-
lis, 384

Pliny, cited, 439, 444

fable by, of Sphinx, 67

Plutarch, cited, 123, 386

Poems, Arabic, 182

Polemon, cited, 422

Pompey's Pillar, 42

Porphyry, Gebel Doch^u, 372

Poseidion, town of, 553

Potiphar, an Egvptian name, 476

of HeliopoHs, 411, 413

Priests in Egypt, 385, 386

books, the hieratical, 387



learned, 412

registers of their generations



459

Primis, ancient, 125, 24i0
Procopius, cited, 320, 556



574



i:S"DEX.



Prokesch, Gen. von, cited, 625

Proskynemata, 50, 279

Prophets, Egyptian, 413

the, 387

Prudhoe, Lion of Lord, 223, 236

Pruner, Dr., 47, 98

Psahnist, the, on length of life, 491

Psammeticus, 429, 440

1., 24Iartialis Eparch, 288

Ramses IL (3Iiamun;. 249, 259,333, 370,

381, 393, 395. 418, 420, 43S, 441, 446,447,

449, 481, 483, 4S4

his name!inscribed on Cleo-



patra's Xeedle, 42

statue of, 72

temple of, in Thebes, 102,



243, 259

temple of, near Kalab-

scheh, 526

bas-reliefs of, 355

memorial tablets of, 22

III., 250, 260, 450

IX., 395



town of, 426, 447

Rameseion, 3S1

Ranumhet, chief architect, 458

Raphia(Refah},429

Raphidim. Peninsula of Sinai, 312, 318,
540, 545, 548

Ras Fui'tak, Peninsula of Sinai, 555

- — Gehan, PeninsiUa of Sinai, 553, 554

Abu Zelimeh, Peninsula of Sinai,

553

Mohammed, Peninsula of Sinai,

553, 554

e' Schekab, in SjTna, 355

Raych, convent of, at Tor, 557

Rebaba, musical instrument, 182

Red Sea, 437, 440

level higher than Mediterra-
nean, 441



INDEX.



575



Register of generations, 458, 459
Rennie, Mr., cited, 521, 524
Representations at Xaga in the desert,

210
Reschraschi, plain of, 278
Rliinokolura fEI Arisch), 429
Ricci cited, 551
Rigah, Pyramid of, 79
Ritter, Carl, 315, 316, 320, 541, 543, 554,

558
his views on position of

Sinai, 545, 546
Rltschl, 382

Robatat, province of, 226
Robbery at Saqara, 72, 75
Rock-chambers lined with brick, 373

temple at Abu Simbel, 240

inscriptions, 560

Robinson, E., measurements of distance

in Peninsula of Sinai, 547, 548
cited, 308, 309, 315, 316, 533,

545, 551
Roda, island of, 73
Roft, mountain chain of, 138
Romali, \illage of, 175
Roman camp' at Mehendi, 125

inscription, 345

Rossafa road, 321

Rosellini, cited, 29, 51, lOS. ^44, 266, 525

Rosetta canal, 43

inscription of, 121

Royal revenues, 482

Roziere, the traveller, 426

Ruins in Wadi el Kirbesan, 194

Ruppel, cited, 290, 310, 545

Russeger, cited, 166, 515, 519, 523, 528,

529
Rustan Effendi, 192



Saba Doleb, ^iUage of, 171

Sabagura, niins of ancient city, 20,

242
Sacred Books, 391
Sa el Hasrer, ancient Sais, 43
Sacred Writings, 391
Saffi, island of, 227
Sagadi, \illage of, 150
Sai, island of, 19, 237
Said ben Batrik, cited, 556, 562
Saida (Sidon), 336
Sailors on Red Sea, 289
St. Athauasius in Theban desert, 266
St. George, tomb of, 856
St. Martin, cited, 107
Sais, ancient, 43, 369
Saladin's tomb, 343
Salamat (Sanamat), 258
Salame-tree, 217

village of, 228

Salatis, King, 486
Salhieh, Syria, 344
Salmasius, cited, 433
Sallier, Papyrus of, 391, 394
Samanud (Sebennytos), 23, 333



Sami Bey, 39

Sams', Mr., Egyptian collection, 392

San (Tanis), 23, 333

Sanab, 221

Sand dunes in plain of El Gos, 215

Sanherib, 429

Saqara, 64, 72, 81, 86, 89, 103

PjTamids of, 10

Sheikhs of, 76

trial at, 77



Sarcophagus of white limestone in
Thebes, 245

Sarcophagi, 376

Sarbut el Chadem, Egyptian monu-
ments of, 22, 300, 305

Saulcy, M. de, 121, 273

Schabak (So), King of Etliiopia and
Egypt, 251

Schaib el Benat, village of, 231

Schaqieh Arabs, 214, 229

cataracts in province of, 228

princes, 227

pro\ince of, 231



Schataui, village of, 240
Schech-Said, village of, 16
Schendi, town of, 17, 23, 153, 154, 195
Scherif Pascha, the minister, 77, 89
Scheschenk I., 250
Schilluk tribe, 149
Schoa, missionarj' station of, 39
Schomar. See Gebel Um Schomar
Schona government store-house, 237
Schrafra (Chafra), King, whether re

presented by Sphinx, 66

Pyramid of, 59, 66

Schulz, Dr., 334
Sculptiu-es, Egyptian, 233
Sea, sensations at, 36

luminous appearance on, 37

Seba-Biar, valley of, 434, 438, 441, 445
Sebastieh (Samaria), 335
Sebekhoteps, the Kings, 239
Sebekhotep I., 20
Sebua, temple of, 20, 124, 241, 242, 356,

527
Sedar 01am Rabah, the, 456
Sedeinga, temple of, 19, 237
Sehfel. island of, 20
Seid Hussen, familv of, 275

Haschim, 176, 180, 181

Selajin, village of, 97

Selama, villaee of, 154

Seleucida?, era of the, 452, 453, 455

Seleucus, 382

Selim rascha, governor of Upper

Eg.>T)t, 101, 114, 191
Selim of Assuan, cited, 162

gviide, 280

Selun(SUo), Syria, £34

Selseleh, sandstone mountains of, 32

Semitic king, 47S

countries, 410

court, 477

Hyksos, 476

Semneh, 19, 238, 529, 531



0/1



I^'DEX.



Semneh, Nile at. 30, 239, 529, 531
Seuumt, hieroglyphic name for island

ofEiwh, 120
Sennar, capital of the Sudan, IS, 173, 176
Septuagint, -113
Serapiu, 4435
Serbal, Mount, 22, 295, 298, 299, 303, 308,

532
Serha-tree, 217
Sero, on frontier of Sennar and Fasoql,

148. 175
Sese, Mount, 236
Sesebi, ruinsof,19, 230
Sesoosis, 482
Sesostris Sesoosis, 480, 483

481. 394, 429, 439

Sesurtesen I., 2-48, 395

on Pyramids of Begerauich,



obelisk erected by, 46
Throne-shield of, at Xaga,



155



II., 112

III.. 120, 23S

Sesurtesens, the, 111

Sethos, also called Ramesses, 407

priest of Ptha, 429

I., 15, 48, 236, 249, 259. 394, 449,

481
remains of temple erected by,

124
Sethosis. 418, 481
Sethroitic Nome, 427, 428. 431
Seventy, the, 402, 434, 435, 436, 438, 464,

476
Serbon, lake of, 429
Set-Necht, King, 395
Sheikh Achraed, sheikh of camels, 134
Ahmed ^Veiled 'Auad, in the

train of Osman Bey, 196
Sandaloba, chief of the Arabian

merchants, 173
Mohammed Welled Hammed,

prisoner of Osman Bey, 201
Musa el Fakir, prisoner of Osmau

Bey, 200

prisoners, 200

Selam, 2"^0, 2S6

Jusuf Hanna Dahir, of Bscher-

reh, 352
Sheikhs of Saqara and Abusir, 76
Sherif Pascha, 89, 45
Shields on PjTamids of Gizeh, 58

hieroglvphic, 58, 196

of the Pharaohs, 438

Sidereal year. 398

Silco, inscription of, 242

Sittere-trees, 295

Sin, wilderness of, 308, 540, 547, 548

Sinai, Mount, true position of, 22, 303—

321,542,560,562
Hitter's views respecting, 541—

546

departure for Peninsula of, 274

convent of, 291, 305



Sinai, tradition of, 559

Sinaitic inscriptions, 31, 291, 294, 299,

311. 545
Siut, town of, 16, 101, 114, 115
Slave revolt, 190, 192, 193
Sluice at Arsinoe, 440
Soba, capital of, kingdom of Aloa, 18,

162, 189
Solb (Soleb), temple of, 19, 223, 236
Soldiers, negro, 1S6

under Osman Bey in good dis-



cipline, 205
Snefru, King. 396
Sphinx, excavation in front of, 66
Sphinxes at temple in ^yadi Lebua, 126
Soliman Pascha, 191
Solon, 383
Solymites, the, 407
Soriira-tree, 217
Sont-trees, 101, 213, 217
Soriba, Sultana Nasr resident in, 178
Soter I., 108
Sothis, the, a spurious work, 497. 498

periods, 398, 494, 495, 496

Statue of a Persian king, 443

Stele between paws of Sphinx, 59

Stephanus of Bvzantium, 4:31, 433

Stolistes, the ten books of the, 387

Stone buildings, 371

Storm near PjTamids, 53

Strabo, cited. 119, 266, 384, 386, 411, 429,

430, 434, 4;37, 439, 444, 481
Structure of Pyramids, 221
Suez, town of, 434, 435, 436, 443

isthmus of, 426

Sugar factory in Kamlin, 163

Suk el Barada, village of, in Syria, 344

Sukkot, province of, 237

Sulphur-spring of Okmeh, 237

Sur (Tyrus). 336

wilderness of, 307, 547

Surarieh, rock temple near village of,

15, 100
Suri, beveraee of, 199
Surie, Abu Ramie, village of, 193
Syenite of Assuan, 371
Syncellus, cited, 489, 490, 494, 499
Syria, 430, 435, 449



Table of Jewish generations, 461, 463

generations of Levi according



to Josephus, 468
— from He-
brew text, 467

undeterminate and historical



numbers, 472
Tables of Egyptian Dynasties, 499
Tabor, Mount, 335
Tacitus, cited, 266, 393, 423
Tahraka (Tirhakah), King, 18, 222, 251
Taiba, village inhabited by Fukara

(Fakirs), 187
Taka, war in, 186, 199
language in, 201



ITTBEX.



577



Taka, tribes of, 201

Talmis (Kalabscheh), 123, 242

Talmud, few chronological dates, 454

Tamaniat, village of, 158, 193

Tarn i eh, village of, 95, 98

Tanis (Tan), Xile Delta, 333

Tanqassi, Pyramids of, 229

Tarablus (Tripolis), SjTia, 354

Tarfa shrubs, 294, 308

Tehneh, monuments near, 15

Teirieh, ruins near, M

Tel Emdieh, village of, 338

Tel Jehudeh, 449

Tel-el-Amarna, 23, 27

Temple, building of first, 455

dedications, 379

at Amara, 237

on island of Bageli, 526

at Mount Barkal, erected by

Eamses II., 222

at Bet el Talli, 124

at Debu, 526

of Edfu, 117

near Kalabscheh, 526

.— at Karnak, 248

of Korte, 124



of Luqsor, 253

near Medinet Habu, erected

by King Horus, 259

of Qurna, 259

at Sedeinga, 237

of Sesebi, 236

in front of Sphinx, 52

at Solb, 236

rock at Surarieh, 100

Temples, Ethiopian drawings on, 195

erected by the Ptolemies, 266

rock at Abu Simbel, 240

of Balbcck, 346

at Ben Xaga, 153

at Dendera, 116, 322

near Gebel Dochan, 287

of Gerf Hussen and Sebua,



124



259



on Philse, 120, 243, 525

at Xaga, 154, 155

in Xubia, 124

at Thebes, 102, 116, 243, 255,



of Semneh, 238

Testament, Old, 402, 404, 438, 490

Tethmosis, King, 423

Thales instructed by EgjiJtian priests,
384

Thames, fall of, between "Wallingford
and Teddington, 520

Thana, island of, near Gorata, in Ethi-
opia, 99

Thebes, 14, 10^-104, 116, 243—274, 370,
371, 376, 381, 484

scenery about, 247

origin of name, 248

Theodosius, edict of, 266

Theophilus, Bishop of Antioch, 497

Theon of Alexandria, 453



Theory of excavation of bed of Xile,

530
Thinitic kings, 495
This, town of, 494
Thoum, i. e. Pithom. 43.5, 448
Thutmosis III., Cleopatra's needle

erected by, 42
Tii, wife of Amenophis III., 237
Tifar, village of, 231
Tiberias, on Lake Genezarat, 335
Tomb of Abel, 340

of King Bech-en-Aten, 114

of Ki-si-Tutholep, 113

of Saladin, 343

of Prince Merhet, 61, 63

ofXoaH, .337

of Ramses Miamun, 244

of St. George, 356

at Saqara, 72

Tombos, island of, 19, 234
Tombs in Thebes, 245, 254

in Zauiet el Meitin, 110

removal of, 323

rock, of Amarua, 322

of Beni Hassan, 16, 111

near El Ques, 212

of the kings, 261— 263

of the princesses, 264

of private persons, 264

round Pyramids, 13

at Saba Uoleb, 171

Tondub-tree, 217

Tod, temple of, 20

Tor, Peninsula of Sinai, 22, 274, 290, 560

Tower of Hammam Seidna Soliman,

237
Tosorthros, 2nd Dynasty, 375, 377
Tradition of Gebel Musa, 532
■ about position of Mount

Sinai, 304, 559
Trajanie river, name of canal cut from

Babylon, 437, 445
Transmigration of souls, 385
Travellers, visit fi'om, 273
Trees near Gilif mountains, 217

on Blue Eiver, 168

Tripolis (Tarablus), 354
Tuch, cited, 311
i Tukele, straw huts, 162, 173
Tura, chalk mountains of, 32
Turin, royal annals of, 395
Turk, character of the, 88
Turkish breakfast, 159

soldiers, their uniform, 354



Tuthmosis I., 234, 248, 249

- II., 19, 238

III., 24, 124, 236, 237, 238, 249,

256, 259, 300, 301, 4«6

lY., 66, 156, 259, 4S5

IV., stele of, between paws of

Sphinx, 59
Tutmes III., conqueror of the Hyksos,

ISth Dynasty, 395
Typhon, the god, 432
Typhonic town, 428



2p



578



IXDEX.



rm Scliebah, valley of, in desert of Gilif ,

21S
Vm Schomar. See Gebel



Yase at Soba, 1S9

Venus, small statue of, in Soba, 190

Vermin, 104

Vicus Judajorum (Tel Jeliudeh), 4AS, 449

Village scene in Ethiopia, 174

Visit from travellers, 273

Vvse, Colonel Howard, 13

AVad Eraue, 189

Xegudi,171,l73

Wadi Anateb, 154, 155, 156

Abu Dom, 213, 218

Hammed, 214

Harod, 216

Alevat, 297, 298, 318

el Arab, 241

Bahr Hatab, 137

Delah. 137

el Mehet, 216

Dhaghadeh, 553

e' Scheikh, 22, 294, 547

e' Sileha, 156

e' Sofra, 152, 156

e' Sufr, 137, 139

el Kirbegan, 154, 156, 157, 194

el Uer, 216

Ellaqi, 241

Firan, 20, 295, 297, 298, 299, 304,

kc, 535

Gazal, 218

Gaqedul, 215

Gharandel, 306, 547, 548

Guah El 'Alem, 215

Haifa, 17, 20, 131, 240, 241

Hcbran, 22, 290, 291, 312

Ibrim, 241

Kalas, 217

Wadi Kenus, 241

Leg a, 561

:Ma2hara, 22, 300, 305

:Mo'katteb, 22, 31, 299

Mui-had,139

Nasb, 302, 305

Nuba, 241

Qeneh, 300



WadiRim, 295

Schebekeh, 306, 547

Schellal, 547, 548

Sebua, temple in, 126

Selaf, 295, 297

Selin, 16

Sieh. 300

i Siqelji, 296

1 Sittere, 300

; Taibeb, 312, 547

; Teresib, 154

! Wagner, von, the Prussian consul-

j general, 39

i War in Taka, 186

i Water, search in Nubian desert for, 137

search for, 2S1

i Watf'r-works in Egypt, 481
I Wed Medineh, 176, ISO

I slave revolt in, 190

; Weidenbach, Ernest, member of the
' expedition. 39, 54, 75, 83, 94, 114, 153
i Max., 153, 275

Ernest and Max., 12, 21

Werne, Ferd., objects of natural history
! collected by, 42

I H., 32

; Wetzstein. Dr., 552

i White River, 161

i WUd, J., travelling companion,. 12, 85,

I 56, 57

1 Wilkinson. Sir G., cited, 29. 93. 108, 112»

, 244, 266, 271. 2^2, 4:35, 448, 525, 532

Wilson, Dr. John, cited, 539
i Wind, violent, in Chartum, 191
{ Women, ancient Egyptian, painted yel-
I low, 208
j Wot Mahemut, 157

Writings, sacred, 391



X.



Xerxes, 279



Zachleh, town in Libanon, 336
Zahera, village of, 354
Zani, on the Nile, 98
Zauiet-el-Arrian, Pyramids of, 59,79

Meitin, rock-tombs of, 110

Zebedeni. village in Anti-Libanon, S38
Zeitieh, the naphtha pits, 289
Zerin, in Syria, 335
I Zuma, village of, 230.



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