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Turkesj



THE TABLE.



Turkes^i^ 5 .in Guinea, S^p.
in Ethiopia, 68 1 . Miciig*f'
CAY , 709 . Florida, 'j-]6. and
812.
Adultery hoxe ejieemed hy the
ylrahiins, 23 1, hope tried
in Guinen. 6i\Q

t/£li.i. 106

ty£geria. 3 2

tJ^zyptiafis fi'^^i authors of
idolatry 5 1'VUor flipped men
vnder other names, 8 8. con-
uincedby Abraham , 108.
conquered by the Saracens^
2^6. by the Chrijlims , and
by Saladtne. iSo.by Seltm .
283
^/£^ypt, nKtherofarts,')6i.
ivhj call' d >A.gypt md Mef
re and other nvnes , '^6l.
ho«> boitftded , rbt. difceurfe
ofl'ltlm 5 '5 3 • ^ ^>^ rtumher of
their Cities dr King'.Cham
*nd Chemrms , 5 ^4. their
Temples, undth:- exceed.' ng
fumines whcrto thgyamoitft'
ted, 5 <5 5 . Sejoiirii and el he r
KingSt 5 66.Pyramides, the
Labyrinth Sphynx, and lake
Merit, andthtirjepukhres,
567. their OfirU, Jfisprus^
and Hiitory of them, 569.
the Unddeuididto the King,
Priefh, a»dSoa!diours,ibi.
their biUi!y orders & beaflly
deities, 570. reafons ofreli'
gion to beasis, 5 ■]l.myflicdll
(xpofitton^ ibi.xDxter,fre,A
mm .thebtetle^ voor (biped
ihi. mantfoldmy^eries^ 572
hierogl'^pkkes, '^y^. their
Idols how d'ifedy'i-j^.Their
Apis^ and other bcafls deifi-
edorfacred, he^oo r,0nrifljed
4Hd>cJpe£icd, 574. coHbe-
Howed on the funerals of
them , ibi. defcrtption and
confecration of Apis ,575.
his WjioryandMyfierytbi.



other oxen ■«or(}npped, 3 76.
hoxo tiny refpeci bea/ls in
thefe dates, ibi. what beafls^
filhes , foules , generally :
what infcuerall places wor'
pipped, ibi. meatts prohibi-
ted ibi. Serpents , farts drc.
vporfjipped, 5 jj.their facri -
ficesMrcumcifion, ^fxcine,
ibi. andf. their foveing the
ground, 578. their oathes,
Priefls, magike^andfacrifi-
ces,ibi. Cymnofophtfls,fan-
Buary , fealis., 579. andf.
Oracles , and knauery oflfts
Priefls, 5 80. their inuenti-
oris and conditions, 581.582
%/£gyptiais , or Gypfies;
roigues, xohyfo called, 582.
ypo, Acts of the Per [tans
there, 58^ . Their Greeke
fchooles, kings., rtuenues,

584. Temples of Serapis,
(jrc. knauery of Tyrannus,

585. the afls of Romans ^
Jevfcs and Saracen; there
5 S6.building ofCairo,<)S 7
/late of it and Alexandria,
588. diuers fucceffions and
alterations in Egypt , 589.
her feels, '^go.L^'famalukes
mirueilotts aB/uitie 5^0.
591. Chriflians there, 5p t .
their clnonologie, 592 . o*
fq, ancient Kings , ibi. who
raignedwhen Uiiofes paffed
the red Sea, 595. Chaltfas,
59 5. Mamalukcs (jy Turks,

t/£o!is. 329

^fcnlapius. 93-329

father. 8.9

i^thiopia vohy fo called, 6'^j.
vhit Countries fo called,
(5 5 8. hovo de aided, ibid. An-
tiquities theref66o. &feq.
their Kings ^ 66 5 . iegend of
the Q^of Ssbadrc. 666. of
Presbyter John, 66y- &fii-



Ofthet^th.'ot'ian Empire,
S-J I . &fhis motuMe Court
6'ji. their (nth , and Ko-
mi^ Patriarches , 6-Ji . of-
fers to the Portugal, ibi&\
their fir iB lent, rmriages
andtempefls 6j^. their hou-
fes and rites, Abuna, oaths
&c. 67%

tA-thiopians branded, why,
6y6. the rarities of the hill
Amara,6']'j &f.thelibra.-
ry,irefureyxndfafe keeping
of the Princes their , 679.
The election of the tmpe-
rour , tf 80. his title, m Art-
age , tuHice , d8i . their
fchooles, vntuerjities . phy/j-
tians,mumruia,flenes,6^z .
their cities, 6%i,their fir fl cd-
uerfion to Chri^ianitie, 68 4

Ethiopia ex tenor, 684

Africa, vohj fo termed 5 5 5 ^7
fome e (I e erne d of Europe,^ ^6
diuifion thereof, ibid, the
beajls the GirAJf,t,Ca>nels^ih.
horfe,dant,adim main fJjeep,
affes,lyons,^ 5 -jAhe Bafilisk
Ostrich, Grafjoppcrs, 5^0
hippopotamus , Mermaids.
&c, "iSl. the inhabitants;
6iJ. their andittons 6^%.
little of it Chrifitan 7 . 4

Afric^t in great part fubiell t»
the Turk, 185

Religion and Cuslomes of the
Aft i cans. 605

Africanus his tpinion of yx.
languages. 47

Age. 88

Age of a man in Bengala, 481
of A Bramene. 490

Aggees prophecie of thefecond
temple interpreted, 116

Agmet. 6^"^

Agra. 477

Ahabs Jicknejfe and lezabels
pbyfike. m

Alan how bounded, 684

Aitenus



THE TABLE.



Aitonus or Anthonie the Ar-
menian a xortter. 40 1

Aitonus king of Armenia his

re^uejls to LM^ngn Can.

405

Akihi A lextij}} Kihbine, 1^6.
147.15(5 1 5 7.2c 7.118.

AltrhesandBrebers. 650

Alcortn , or i^lfurcan , 145.
VpliAt itfignifietht 2 49. The
Ji/le not in metre, tiid.ihe
compofttion andcfrcurnjlan-
tes thereof ^ 2 jo. Azaras
or chapters thereof ibidem.
Epitome of the Akron m
heads or common places, 2 5 1.
^f of God, ChriH,his law,
n-'ar, ^c.ibid. reTVard to the
diligent reader ,158. expo-
fitions and temmentAms on
it.^'i9 &f.

i^ladine ksng of Acetn, 5 48.
his receiuing Q^Eliznbeths
letter ihid.feafl to S.I. L&n-
cafier, 549

jiibania. 341

Alchimie twofold, and who t he
hejl Alchymift-i^ti).'^/^ i .610

Tope Alexanders bull an vni-
corne. 73 1

Alexander Magnus, 58.68.
231.155 31 i.325.^«^f*w-
fire dcuided, 83. ambition
of Diuinitie, I'^i.his ncis,

327.328.330.334.343.354
3^4. :^97.4oi. 454- 45*5
48 1.483.55 7.563. WJ&^^/'lf
gained by the Per fan con-
quefl, 5 ($5. and<f^i. vcor-
Jhipped by Augnjius ,586
the Saracens j$ Z%Cyrcncans
598
Alexandria mother Citie of
Grecian lewes, 137. the re-
futation thereef, 584. the
Jchooles, Wealthy religion,
tbij. the frefentflate of A-
lexandria, 588. the Patri-
arkesj jp I • <» counterfeit Ca •



briel, ibid.
Aleppo 8(5 called Haleb. 1 6^
A If ur can, fee Alcoran.
.«4/? 2 3<J, d-y^^. 250.17 1 ,271,

273' 274, 307'375>37?>

'^83,390.639.
Algier 185. 609. receptacle of

Pyrats, 610.612,
Algowmequins 750

Alilat, 89.2;!

Allen a Greenland greedy foivle

743
Almagro hU aEis, 867

Almcs to beafls,birds,ants,l^6

304483.648.
of a Mahnmetan at Mecca.^o-j
Of Tar tars, 415

of Far far King ofMangi. 442
OfGedacham, 473.

AtCambaia, 482

0/ the King ofl^rfinga^ 496
OfSeltm the Mogell^ 547.
OftheTurkes, 19!

i^lmohadi, 626

Aladeules hisparadife 75.283/]

the like m Perfu. 376

Aladine. 281.282

Allegories ouer throw truth. 1 8
Alkgoricall Theobgie of the

tbePbxmceans 88

Alhhab.ts. 16$

Alfred. 317

jAliman. 1(54.229

Allech andidol. 243

\^litta. 370

Aluarado. 87<5.9i4

t^lumut KingofPerfia 380
Amalekites. 9^

Amafia. 3 1 9

AmantuaGod. 371

Amantu a hill. 78.127

Amafts. 5^7.568

Amaz^ons. 44.319. 340. 342

398.516.671.(587.(591.

850.820.830841.850.
Amatus Lufitanm his fooltflj
tourney. 519

x^mara the admirable hill in

Ethiopia 6 J 2. hiHoyicand



defer ipt ion thereof 6-jj- the

Temples^ Monalleries, libra-

rie 678. the ineflimable

treafure , an incomparable

iewell, audthe Princes kept

there. 6-jg

Amber what it ii. 508.625

Ambition the nature of it. 85

K^imbiz^eor hog-fifl) in Congo,

691
Amboino. 51(5.538

AmerictisVef^utius. 718

America whyfo called 7 1 S • na-
ture of heat ^ raines^ rvindes
there 719 .qio.efmettals
71a how rich te the Spaniard
ib. whether knoyvne to the
Ancient s,']2 6. how men came
frfi thither 727. horv beafs
728. the beafl therein 7320
fovelesys^'^.plantsj'^^. their
bread, i bi . comparifon of our
world , and the new World
together 734.73 <y.Difcoue-
ries of the North parts of A-
merica 73 5. drf.Diuipn of
America. 73 j

Amen. 198

Amen and Amera-flnp,6'^ %
Amida a lap onia. Idol. ^zj-C^f.

531-
\^mmcnites 9'^ -97

Itipiter Ammen , t^mnz. 128,
57 1. 5 83 hifiorie of that O-
ra cleat large 5 r,8^(jrf
Ammoniamromen. <ng

Ammonwsthe Philofopher .i%£^
Amor it es. 9^90

Amphisbcena. a c a

Amouchi^ thetr bloudie^ cu-
P^^^ 498

Amurath the fir fl 2%2..theje.
C0nd,\huhe third. 186
Anattis 3 3 9- 1? I

Anakims gy

Anammelech j r j

Anathema Ii2.*i5i

Anatomie oflewes. 1 83. 1 1 j
Anmddtus. 271

Hhhh 2 ji„a.



THE TABLE.



Ananas ak Indian fruit. 505
Andromedttfrecdh Per fats. 9=)
Angels why net mentioned in
the Creation. 7. rfhy with 6.
rcings.-2^.ire&mei of Angels.
37. 1 87. 1 8>?. 199,200.203.
208. 214. 121. Names
ebferued by the Ejfees^ 145
by lewes and ChrijUans
175 .their orders., i bid. their
kindsy, 3(55

t^ihonieticalt fancies of An-
gels, 246. C^/^17. 253. 2(5o.
2^1.2(52.29^.304.
AngeUof death^i \ 9.222-247

261.2^2.
K^ngola,6^a^, The Pert ugals
warre and tradefor faties
there., ibid, their CA'tokiffos
er idols., Pr/ejls ,'iTrials of
Crimes , Dogges Voixesy
C^Ur/ages^ 6^ 5 .howthe wo .
men faint e the itcvf Moone^
ibid. 84 1.
Anim a fabulous J} rait, 7 82
K^nehide % i

Anmbals exploits, 602

Annirfs his counterfeit Berofus,
5 -] .and Metaf}cnesfb\(i,&
72.35^.
Manet ho, 592

Ant£us, di3

AfJtelope., 6(;/2

Antiqmtie offnperjlition what

82

Antiochia built by Selencus, 81

and 1 5 . others of that name,

8 \.non' TheopoUs,-^ 1 8.

Antiochus Soter, 84. Theos,

2>lagnm',Epiph.wres , ibid.

" the aB:s of this Ant. 85

Anticx(ius ahai, 83

Antichrift of the \evces,'lz.o. of

theTurkes29').2^6.

Antinous deified, 582

Afftippi, 214

Antipodes denied by the fathers

and by P epe Zacharie accoun-



ted her efe, 'JlC}

Anti pater, p2

A nteninsfirfi her emit e, 5 85
Ants, fee Pifmires.
Anubis, 569

Anuchi cruellefi man-eaters,

701
Apamexs 3. ^«;7/ ^ Selucus^

85
Afelles conceit of the Arke^

19
Ape show taken 403

^/« accounted holy, 47 1 . 49 1 .
7"/^(f Ape Hanimant, 499

A/if,^ ^/" Pertmal, 501

Apes the true Pigmees, 558.
825 ^42.732.
A^« /Wf <? rf^ bigger is a man.

Great Apes, e-jo^

Ap tithes Egyptian Bull-God,

574-W5-59B
Apocripha d8. 4«i;^ 18, /iW,^

178
Apollo , ChontdUi, audPalati-
nui,<^g, bearded So.his Ora-
cles at Uier.tpolis,ihidcm at
Delphos and Daphne, 82
Apollomus hist our nie y^'^^'J-

457.568.579.
\^)-abt , wh.tt it fignifieth,

Arabia the fte and name 227.
the parts and people thereof
ibidem c^y^. their manner
vf eating iig.trauelthrough
Arabia 230. their olde Reli-
gion, i^i.ivhen circumcifed
2 g 2 . Frankinfence deuotion
ibid. politie,dyet,diuinatio»,
h.ibite,!^'^. Panchean Tem-
ple ibid. Arabians ofdiuers
forts, 234. See of the A ra-
bian Saracens in Saracens
their learning and z'niaer
fittes, 242'

Arabike language,!"},-}^. 279.
60 y not capable of metres ,



249

Arabians forward Preachers-,
277. Some fubielii to the
Turke, others not, 385

Arabians paffe into Afria.eo'y

Arabians in tyEthiepi.i^ 587
Arachf jrj

Arad, p^

Ararat, A'^-ZZ^

Aram, & Aramsi,^/^. Syria f»
called^ 7 3

Arams mar tir dome 5 2

Arimi,Arami,Arammiti f 78
AramZeba, 8?

Arambecy jaj

Arauco, S66

Araxit, ^19'Z1)9

Arbaces ouercame Sardanapa-

^"^i 7 13 44-

Archangels,-^ J. defiroythe Gi-

Aants before thejhud, 3 7

rchifynagogi, nj

Archers good , in Arabia 231

in Parthia and ScythiA -.fee

thofetitles.^artMrsi^1o,^l x

Anzichi. 70 1 . Brafd. 8 3 6:

844

Ardeck, 412

Ardouil,Hard(iclles,Aidir,-^']Cf

382
Arecjuipa, S5^

Arethnft, 3 40

Areiti,or ballads and dances i it
Hifpaniola^ ^07

Argo, 341

Anmaniut.^ 359

Arimph^i, 44

Arijlotle skilfull in chald£A»
Philofophie, 64. /;Af opinioir
of Babylon, iy of the dead
fe.i, r^6

Arifiotles fcheele at Alexan-
dria, 589
Amadilla, 829.841
Huge Armies,of Xerxes^Semi-
ramisjeixes, Darius the King
of Pegu, Badurius, Angola :



THE TABLE.



fee thofe titles.

ArmoHchtquois deformed fa-

tngcs, 75i>75^

Amen^ 97

Arphaxadj . 44

^^ke of 2{oa h, i,g.the myftcry

40. Memerieof itin ether

JSlations, ibid, whereit rc_^-

fed 41. fee 16^.261.262.

i^rke of the lewesUw, 190

ip6
i^rke sfthe U^exican Gody

191
t^menu minor y ^34

Armenti 41. their memorie of

the K^rke, 42 . Htjlorie of it

^ll.&f

ArmillWy 220

Arts inuentedin Cains fafnilyy

^/^afcrihedt0 Angels which

wariediviueSy 16. to Oannes

iimenjier. 54

Arfaces, 347-^/'

x^rracAHy 6^66 ifj"^

ArtAhanus,-^^%.^f,1 56.
ArtAxareSy 348.3 y0.35<5.d-/^
Art tiler ie in Ja/iguthy 4a 8
K^fan, 279

Afctlony 91

AfclepiuSy 573

Afhes vfedin hramene Cere^-
moniesy \^%.\^9- 490.0^9 8
Afjkenaz^i 44

Afhur^ 44 . whether he hilt Nt-

niueh^ 5 a

Ajhintiy 1 5 1

Afia^ the name^j^houndsy ex cel-

lefice,^o,dtm(iony 51
Afuminor couquered hythe^

TurkeSy 281

Afm proprie di£la , 324. cr

AfimAm , & A/fiUus Babilo-

fiian JeiveSy 73

Afphaltumy 96

Afferal an hearhf ^op.



Afjamhaha



y^9



t^fmulinaPerfian Secretariey

375
AfjHsaCtiey 68

Affyrim Kings 70. beginning

at Belfis, yi. the,r mart ages,

7B1

Affyria bonnded , j^ihow cal-
led, ' 78

Ajjefacredto Prapus , 328

AJlarothandAjlartej (56.8^.
po.pi.?2, 130.135
Affeswildey 558

Ajlracany 4.22

Affrologers , 240.242 288.
400.4i4.d'y^'/-42 7-442.

Afrologie iudiciall confuted^ i z

^4. <'///^<r Pharifces, \ 4 1

Aflrolabe firjl applied to Na-

uigationy 49

^/7^^^/, 77-3 45-3 5 ^-5 53

Affuerus feeyicxxcs.

Atabaliba Ktngef Peru^ %6%.
taken by the Spaniards, 8^9
his ranfome^ ibid. /^^ iv'^jrrtf
with Gttafcar y 87O. /<?/'»<?
^7 Piz^arrOy %'j\.hispallicey
88i

Atergate^^.-j-j. whether dea
Syria 79-92

Athens now barbarota , 317.
defcription t hereof y ibidem.

Atheijls confuted, 2.102

^///^/, 88.324.613

Mount Atlas 55 <5. ?/.?<? /"z?;?];^;
tf» ;/ andfrem it , ibidem
tales of it, 6l^

Atlantes, ^99. haite no proper
flames ibid.

Attduiy 1^29

AtiniSy pt

Attesy 7P-324-333

Atropatfdy 347

/4»4, 151.463 4<'-4

Auarella Falca 4^2 . Bolkriders
merry madneffe there ibid.
A«^//rf, 599



Auguflinc^ Btf]:op of titppo or
Bonay 601

Aufesy6oo. AulMyli9,
AurearegiOy Aurea cherfonef.

460
Auria the Empcrous y^dmtridl

285

Axandy 2-] 9

Axomtte, Auxume^lorChaxtt-

mo chief e Citie tn tA-thiopin

6%l

hy^imeny 229

hz^anaghi, their fin,plicitie,6e^ei(

why they hiAet'':'':r moutLes

64 ) . dcfori':utiey\h)d.

K^s^oarny 2 4p. A^otiiSypi

B

BAahebub or Beelzebub y 91
A.ily\\d.Be[^wh.it it /igntfi-

elh,6j.BMU,SS.B.ibiay 83

Bdel built ,45. ivhy fo calledy
ibid.c^5i.

Babylonia boundedy'^ i . Paralels
ofEafierpeand IV. Babylony
5 /^.Fertflttie therc,'^9.Beafi-
ly rites f women y <5 5 ,d 8

Babylon ofSemiramiSy the huge
walsandcotiipaffey^'). Other
wonders there ^•^6. Enlarged
with a new Citic by Nabu-
chodono/of-yihid.^ 7. Baby-
lonian Jbifory tothtfetimeSy
69,&feq.'DefIruiti0n ther-
ofy-j% ,74. Taking by Seleu~
ctUy 8 3 . The mother Citie of
leweSy 137. The mines, i (5 3 ,
384^ Thereby is fignified
Rome,\-j6, Reduced by Zo-

. pyrtu. 355

Babyltti his hones y 82. Bafili-
desy 83

Bagdet , B/ichdad , or Baldach,

fuppofed Seleitciay jp, 74,

why called Bihylony 7 3 .Built

by Bugiafiry 74, 239. D<?-

froiidfbxd.Viitui-Med hoWy

75, tn Biniamins timeyi6^.

Hhhh 3 eueT'



T HE T ABLE.



Ouerfloweil,2j^o. The Palace

there,^^\. alfo 384, 385,

517,518.
Bacis., 575

Bacek, 47^

BaduritM, 480 , & f.

Bacchtu 35^.452.

BaBrUm, 7/5, 553, 3P7, 425
Baccalaos, 73^>747

Badttim a kinde of Heretiull

Meres, 687,688

Bakx^et the first , taken by Ta-

merlan, 2S2.thefecofid,22^

30?.
Baldimas entertainment in A-

rauco^ 86(5

Bdtyltn, 88

Baitttl, 9 1

Bait has & Baithofeans, 143
Bdy, 541

^if^i rvornein mens yards, 462

4(57.535.
i?.</»«f <7/^ G;/<f4(^ , and the trees

105 /» hrabit, 2^ 3. /» A-

?»aray 6-jS./nBra0,S'^S.
841
Bamhyce, 7P

B.<»^'f /■« //S-^ Jfrf, 74 7

5.j««i //^f Hermit e J 145.

5<«»i74, 516.558

Bantam., 541

Bifttfingof Profolitesy \\o.&

penitents ibid.
Barchosbay 156.157

Barents his Bifeeuerie and

■wintering in the Northeajl,

434
Baruch interpreted by Herodo-
tus, 6'y
Baratta, ^o^
Bartuchney 222
Barbarujfa, , 284. 285. 6op.

610
MafierBirhleystrauelsy 421
tarnagafoy 67a

J-irf**, 597

Barbaria, why fo called, 60 l.hi-
Jlorie of the Ktngs ofBarba-



rie,62S. &feq, Ciuilwarres

their 6^1, & feq. the pro-

pheticall King there, 632.

hce itfaidto be nowjlaine dr

Stdan rejlored.

Bafan, ^7

BafdideSy 368

Bafcia^ 426

Bathy or Bathuy^^p.his exploits

403 (^/

Bafiliske, 560

Battsgreat0 1 • 5 O 3 . 5 3 9. 5 4 1

■jiofiorieofaBat. 825

Andrew Bat tell his travels, 69')

&/•
Henry Barttels baldnejfe rvith

cold, ^ 861

Beads zfed in prayer by Turkes,

303

lugures, 4^0

Chinois, 445 5 45.55 1

Beajles, whence their crueltie,

^7
Cleane, and vncleane, 3 9 , z^^/)-

^Wf ofman,and becomrning
food to njan,^2,beafisfacred
80. 316. 1^1. rewarded in
the next IVotldy 274

Bf4/?j voorfJjippedy fee Egypt.
Beares great, 741.742.748
Bedrihonem, 268

5^^//e worfjippedy 571

Beelfamcny 88

Belzebub. pi,2^'^

Behemoth, 182.222

iJf/ 4»^ Bf/«j deified, 54

M//<r^ Baal,Beez^ebub, hrbe-
lus, ibid. ^« creating the
World, 55. His Temple and
Tower at Babylon. '^6. GoL
den vejfels andaltar, ibid.
J5f/«i authour of afironomie,$ 8
/>/> Temple clenfed by Alex-
ander ih.fuppo/edthetorver
ef Babel, yet remainingibi-
dcm,
Belchiefe idol of Bab, 66. Whe-
ther Bel and Bad be the fame



66. 6-]. his names, rites, drc.
ibid. /^i> Sepulchre 66. by

whomvoorf]npped,6-].& -jj.

90-117
Belandthe Dragon, 6%

Belgrade, 284

Belefus, yi

Bellona, , ^20

Belgian, 401

Bellar mines errourof Paradtfe
19. of Daniel 6 8. ofAntio-
chus 85- of miracles p'^.of
Abraham loS.of the Sabath
iiz.of iMonkes 1 44. ofs.
George, 7,11. of confefion,
$-^o.his tefltmonie of Scrip-
ture and the tranjlatton
thereof,ij^.(^f
Bels vfedin Cathay ^-^o. inla-
pon very great 5 1 1, when
firfifoundandfounded6i6.
in Ameirca, 821

Bengala , 47 2 . their deuotions

at Ganges,^-] ^.O-f
Bengalan 3 3 "y.yeares old, 481
Benchochab, 1 5 7

Bemoin and his aciiue peoples

d45
Benin, 647.648

Benomotnpay6^g. &fq. their
rites 690. Conner fwn, 6pi.
Berenice, 59 7. w the Red Sea,

•J 06
Berefnth with lewifij comments

188

BermudefmSy 6-j'i^

Berofiis coHHterfeii,4f0.histc^'

fiimenie ofthefioudyxbidi.o-

ther fragments ofhim,'^/^.^6

Bermuda xohy fb called and how

oiherwiCe,g\o.commodities

mdfituation thereof, 9 1 1

Pkntationthere, pii

Bez^arflone, '^o^.ii2.&f.

Betelle, 490.495- 5°^

Bethel, 9 1. 1 o 5 . 1 1 7. 1 3*5. 1 5 1

Better, 55^755

Biblosy ^9

Bider



THE T ABLE.



Bider 485

BiledMlgirid 640

"BinuimtnTudelenfis his error of
the Samaritans 153. his tra-
vels and ohfert4ations\62.&J.
Birataca a -Teafi of tn credible
ftetich 842

Birds , Preach erf ,606.1 l^nds fHll
■ of Birds 748

Birds of Bra fil 843

Birr a on Euphrates 7 5

Biferta 604

Bifnagar.^96.the Kings haughty
fiile 500

"Bitter or 'Bet heron i-^j

Bittimcn. <^g.from afotifitaintieer
Bagdet tbtd,

BLtckf colour, fee Ncgros.
Blemmys, 600.6 <fp

Bletidprohihited, 41 . hy the Zabij
eaten in communion with the
1)iuell,67,.levi>ij1} obferttations
thereof, 212,215. LMahome-
ticall, 255. drit^kf by the Tar-
tars, 421. Troglodites, ')99-
Carendies 849

The people of Chefmtir mll/hed no
Blond 426

Blond fiajedfromiffuing by force
ofalefvell 508,517

"Blond not ft ens in much ejfitfion
thereof 621

Boats ofhorfe-skjns,Aio. ofLea-
thery-j^l.ef Birch barks , 750

755 •"ffifl' ^ki^^yl ^ <5. ofSealc
skmnes, 739, of Fine cohered
With skins exceeding light and
frifit^^^. dwelling in Boats,
749, Boates in UMageilane
Straits 86 2

Bogharf^o9,j^2 :; . Bofia^6oi.Bo^
ntto-fip?,go2^Borneo, 536

!Bor»o,6 54. rvant proper names,

ibid.

Bonz,ij in Iapon,their fe^s &ntes
526, ^2j,drc,

Booke of Scripture, T^ture , the
Creature,z6,'Books of the law :
ofltfe,er- a third Jort,zoS.book^
of butchery, 1 1 z.bookpftuage-
ment, 260. book's ajcrtbed to
Abraham, Salomon, lob, ^c,
678. bookesof leaues of trees,
^ll.of other things, ibid, 815.

"Boots and/hooes in America,i%o

Borfppa, 7 ^.Borneo, 5 1 6



Bofarman or Mufulman, a Ma-

humetan Conuert 390

Botanter j^j6.fira»ge rites there,

ibid.
Botelius his flrange . Nauigation,
480,693, Boacan and bouca-
ning mansflefl? 844

Brachobij 66^

^rrf<rAw^»«,3^l,452,453. their
opinionsofa better viorld^j^<^^
their rites 45 5 •/'^^■'j '^"^' "* ^
certaius Hand ibid. €^457
Bramens 474 , 47 5 . hovn rejpe-
Ued in Cambaia, 482. haue
thetrOsopsofmerchandife, 487
their habite, vow, and funerals,
ibi. their fafis, opinions, andob-
feru.ittons,a^%'i~a^%g,4f9o.their
eflimation,arts ,0' diuers forts
/^^o.Bramaor Brema ^61,
Brandons Legend 18,203

Brafil dtfcouered and defcrib'ed,
83 5.ffei? b;afis there, ibi.^ 842
their hiufes, 839. their beaH/y
rites, 836,837.©"/; The diuers
Ts(ations ofBrafilians, 8 3 9,840
841 5842. fi&f bea^s andfnakjs,
S^z,2^'^.birds, fruits, fijhes,^^-^
the rites of their boucaning and
eating men, i^^^. their demtions
and tradition', 'i^'^, $^6. their
feafls ^orations, childbirth,fune-
rals,2^j.gentilitie, marriages,
848. their manner of entertay ■
ningftrangers ,%^9.heufes , 8 :;8
Brami 6%i

Bread ofSagu,'^ t6,$7 6.of bat la-
ta roots, ibid.rice,^'!,^.of the pith
of another tree, 540. ofafittit in
Congo, 69%. ofCMais, lucca,
Chuno,-iiif.of?almites, 829
Breafis great of tAmmonian wo-
tnen,<^gi}.ofthe Az.a«aghi,6^^
Bra/ihans 842

Brebers and AUrbies 630

Br erelies briers l^S

yl/f. Brerewoods examiitatien of
fummes 565

Bridge at Chicjuitto Sj6

Brooke wonderfuH 8 5 1

B»da 285

Btidoritel, 64 5 . their cujlomes and
Jimplicitte 6^6

Bugia do I

Buenos aeres 849

Btitcherieofthe lewes 212



Great Bulls,/!^z%, 901. Bulls little
asDogges 479

Bulqaria, magnit , 404. called of
Volga 422

Bufris butcheries 577

Buttansdifcouerie 745

"Syltri 404

Tjrthinia 3 zZ



CAbalafee Kabala.
Cabots Difcouer^e.j^j,j^S
Cadi and Calf and Cadtlefcher.

3 1 2.&f,

CadmHS^Q, His Utters, 93^94

^afar andGawar 390,687

Cafrarta. 691

Cafeerfufa 753^37

Calender aTurkjfl} Order 308

Cahpha, (J\iahomets fuccejfor;

their htftorie. 236, &f J'gni-

fiethf^icar, ' 240.635

Cdipha of Bagdet. j^^ 163, 239

z'jg.T heir magnificence, 241

vfed a handicraft ibid.

IfmaelSophi writ himfelfe Cha^



liph



581,388



CaLfas of Egypt. 259,589,596
(faltfornta 781

Caindu,their beaftly cujlomes,

Celui&Terra 88

Cs.licoU 150

CefaraaThilippi 104

(^aiani I50

CalvAHS 452,454

Cfilmes vnder the line 712

Calues worflyipped 1 05

Qanddaq ^-j . Religion there, 749
Their otherrttes 7^9,7 ^o
Canoniz-ationor God-makJnf,e7
Canna ^ 601

Canmei 1 50

Cappadecia 3 19,3 20

Carthufianus paralleled tn Baby-
lon <58
Carrit in OHefnpotamia, 73,^57
Calicut, ^^ I. by whom foundedy
their merchandife e^ Temples,
ibid. Their diuell-dcuotions,^
Kings cuflomes,^gi. their feBs
49 3. The King muji leauehts
Throne to feruein the Temple^
49 5 . Funera Hand Ceronation
rites ibid.
Cameleen 5 59
Campfon



THE TABLE.



Campfen (J axrtts 283

Camma 3-^

O/w^j/tf/,353,354, 345> 5^?.

Caml'aia,'^79- Their Kmgt and

C9»»<r<f;,48o,48 1. Thttr Re-

lipat.^Si. BojjiitalsforbtrdSy

rehoiom orders ofVerteAi and

Giegk,^^^. Charity to Ant t,

<jnats, Fleas , tbid. exceeding

fuperfiitisttj^^ 3 ,^2 j^. their tn-

foleticie 543

Camhia, and the rites thfref^j^^S

Camels 230,556^557,641,(542

Came lap ardalis 556

Camel killed at "Bagdet in their

Ramedan. 241 . Camels going

sndcootmtngfrom Mecca ho-

ngured 267

Camel conceit of the Turkes.^oi

576
Candle ofdiJli'iB ton 204

Candles vfed in Idolatry, 450.

499'54^'575'
Huge Candles on Candlemas daj

tuFez, 623

Candanles.-^'^o* Cangis,fee Cia-

ps.Candecan 476

Canaras and their rites ^^Z 8 ,C<«-

nari/ns and Corumbims, ibid,

Canarie Hands 712

Candy in Zeilan 5 5 ^ > 5 ^ *

Candace 662,66 <^

CJW. Candifhcs voyage about the

■world. 8 62,his Uft vtyage.% 6 3

CanibaHs.fee Man-eaters,

Caraman and Caramania 281

Carauan or company of cMer-

ch ints trauelUng together. 2 3 o

froCairote ijl^ecca. 267.271

Caraguoli. 518. Carians. 332

Carrnel a htUandgod 8 3

Carttcrs voyages j/^%,&f.

Caftus ^ biP..% 3.228. and (jiant,

S%.9^.Casbm 386

Cajfalian fouutaine 82

C«jfanes,22i, Cataones, 320

Cafla ^^98

Cafpianjlraits , 3 44

Ca/pians 351

Ca/ptanSea. 422.513,514

Cambali* 4® 5. 40 7.408

Campion /^2^.Canta» ^jtf

Canes very great,^66,0fjlra>tge

^Halitie 8 77

C<t»<y/ o/i^c SiyftiAns, 5 77.5 8 5



Catadhi or Catara6is of N fins,

659
Caribes, Caniballs of America.
834.901,128
Caterpillers large 906

Caraz,an,erhellchJlom there, ^^29
Cardandan 429

Cirder his jirange aduentures

858
Cartiersvoyages 749

Ori^A^f .'.44. their frfi language
pure Hebrew.i^i. their letters,
ibid.g^. 236. Defer iption of
Carthage, 602. their wars and
Army »fv0omen ibi.ruines.6o^
their difcoueries byfea, lan~
gttage and letters. 603. They



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