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Purchas his pilgrimage : or Relations of the world and the religions observed in all ages and places discovered, from the creation unto this present. In foure parts. This first containeth a theologicall and geographical historie of Asia, Africa, and America, with the ilands adiacent. Declaring the a online

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621. Ltons of America, 732.
Lion(orlie one)which had been
Amafis 567

LizArds



THE TABLE.



Lii^rdsffreat, 838.839

Loattda 699

LoangOy And their rites offacnfi'
ces,699, their exequies, ki","*"
forbidden meats ^ reftitntions,
trialls, 700. their executietis
vf on fitch water-trialls , Qhe-
k«ke, Dundity ibid, their Idols
and votaries. 701

Longttnde offUces 49

Lop. 427

Loretto.Ladte, 272.552. 8<$5
Loufe., killing >t when vnUivfuU^
,205.268.483
Lucaye Hands. 904.914

Luc tan his Narra tion of Dea Sy-
ria, 19
Lud. 44
Lfi^on 516
Lydia and Lydians 329

M

MAcao 516

AiacAKAr 549

MachabeeshiUory, 84.8 5. ^&:
137. yvhyfo exiled 168

J^acrobij 660,661

Madagafcar or Saint Laurence
liandytloeplacejpeople^rttes, 709
JUadera 713

Jt^ad men admired m Saints, 308
andOracles 309.391.602
\ Madnes by tatingafruit 462
Afaander 3 24

Mdotis 278.343

Madoc ap Owen Guineth 726
Machan 536

Afachlyes 600

Macit fhauen, ibid.
Madatfatber of the Medes^ 4 3 .

Magog father of the Scythians^

43-351
Magauares 600

Magadaz^o 685

Magi, of the Qhaldees,6^. of the

Medes, 345. &f. of the Perfi.

<c»s, 357.35 ^.fee their htFiory

3 6 5 . ^ /i Magi which came to

fee ChriBy the Ethiopian tra.

ditioH 681

;i//i^%,254.3 ■^o.-i,6'^.&f.Na.

t Mr all, Artifciall, diabolic all,

(^c. 7^66.ofthe Samoeds.j^-^^.

tf the Egyptians, 578.0/ 1^.

fricans, 611 ,ofa Portugal.%^z



Magellan hu voyage and death j

536. Straits, i6 2 . &f.

Magita 611

Madura 541

MachamHt King ofCambaia his

venomous confittution 480

Mahomet, left fame Sthnike rites

as he found them, 235. Procee •

dings,z'^6. his birth, life, and

htfiory, 243. (^f. Saracenic all

hiFlary efhim,i^6. &feq. his

tourney to heauen,!^'] .& hell,

la^Z.hts buriall,zj^9.fepulchre

zjl. aJ[fimption,\h\d,dwelling

houfe,date. trees, and Mofqui-

M, i b i d . hisfitccejfors, 2 7 3 . (^

feq. The pure DoElors of hts

Larp, authors of four e Sells,

ibid. IVjrds of iJHahumetan

profejfton 263

Mahomet s madnes, ^oS.his wars

Mahomet nephew of Halt expe-
Ued to ceme againe 375

Mahomet Sultan of Perfia ,279.
Z%6.ofTurkje^z%2.the great,
vanne ConFlanttnople , c^c.
283.216 .fomie of ey4murath
^87.^-/.

Malacca, i^6 1 .their cuflomes,and
cf the Malay OS, \h\d,

Malabar, /^9 1 . eighteene SeBs in
Malabar, 49 3 . ^f.fonnes in-
herit not, but ffters fonnes,

Maleas 494

Malepur or City of Saint Tliomas

497

Maldiuit, Hands 517

Malta, 285. defer ibed 714
Mamalukes of Egypt, 281.383.

343.589.590.591. 59^-597-
Manatiakmde of ffl} 816

LManetho his EptSl/e and frag-

ments of his Chronicle, 592. ^/.

Manoa elD or ado 833

Manna 643

Makers of their maker, p. i.

FirH Matter 7

Man, what andwhy created, 1 5.

hisfirii excellencie, 1 6, his diet

before thefloud, 1 7 .bis fall 2 5 .

degeneration into a beaH.plant

diuet, 2 J, Ma, but the carkajfe

efman,\hid.hisfourfoldeftate,

30.4 little world, ^i.fee 746



SonnesofMen, ^4, daughters of
Menill interpreted, 3,6, Men
called the fonnes of God 3 8

LMa>is pride humbled by theba-
fell creatures 345

Man-eaters, ^16, ^6 1, ^6 ^,^16
53y-y39-54o-<587-70T-702.
fee the title,{acu{\ces of mans
flefli, j9o.j9^. 797. 82I.
823.836, maner of it in Bra-
fil,'?>^^,fuppofedthemoFi me-
ritorious venue, 845

Men with tailtSji^^O, with dogs
faces 865

Man wor/lnpped a»d facrificed,

797

Mammons mtferie 325

Manic he es , 3^8.369

Mangu Can * ao 5

Mangior C/p/«<«j4icx^28.442
Mangujlaue 422

Manilla ei6

Manfor King of Fe^ 62 1

Margiana 394.425

Manfor Kmgof Marocco, 625.

63<5
MarcmPaulus 409.410

Margarita poo ^

Mary the Virgin, zi^ 251.265.

274
Saint Martha 825

Marmarica e^j

AlarmaydfeeM 742

Aiarannon Riuer 820

Mc.ronttes 229

Marocco Citie and Kingdcme^
624. O'feq. building and de-
fer ip tion of It, 625, <^y^ wo»«i?
^ rA^' Sertjfe , 629. ^rf^jf
plague, famine, and wars there
631, ^yi wo/i»f ^ f /j* Saint,

632
Marichees ^rp

Manage necejfarie, 1 86, Whcn^
193. 216

Mariageoflewes, 21^. of Tar-
»<«r/.4i 5.421. tnPeym, with
new hufbands tf the former bee
abfent twenty dayes, ^zj.Ben-
galans.^j^. Indians aboutGoa
^Z6'/Sf%Z.C ale cut. i^g 2, Mala-
bar. ifi) ^.how dijfolued. 500. «'«
Moluccas, 5 3 7.^f Alexadrta.
^9^.inAlgier.6i\. Fez,.6iS
Guinea. 6^9. v/£thiopia. 6-j^.
Canada."] ^T^.tnCinaloa. 780



THE TABLE.



ir, Mexico, 804. in Cntfana,

Adaran-atha 1 1 J

AUrs hemp vorlhiffed in Scythia,

CMarthiu andC^f^rthana. 148
Martyrs in Allrdtgvons, 3 2. of the

Turks s 310

tJMirtaUAn ^^6

CMaibothet I49

Maforites diceinedin the name »f

J^abHchadn.-] 5 ,«« Aeries. 5 94

AUfereih, 179

t^athiai A^TiriacM 790

CUafdians 149

Mijfuget* 1,91

K^anritama Cxfariinfis, Matt-

ri ,A'{aunipj ,607 .& feij. Their

vtifrrable life^,/$^o'i. women pra-

pheteffe{^l>id,Tingitana, 612

Maurttiw 359,360

<J\tanfoliu 332

Afaxcs 600

Maximinm hk hugs Mature , 3 8

Viajs 7 34

Meafures indented bj Kaine, 34
lAeafiU eured,hovi> 450

MsAts prohibited to the Egyptian

Priefis,<^7l. In Loango ^fee

Loango.
\Aechoacan 789

MifCM 235,245,261,266

Mf<^«i 279,344,^/1

Ivl edicum C^ M ^<^«r.i 346

Medin* 245,270

Mw^'W 314

lAedan and Meron 1 04

yiegafhsnes hii teflimany ofNa.
buched.^J.ofi^ariM Medm

70
'MehokekJH 112

lAeletiM Patriarch of Alexan-
dria 591
Mi?//«<i# 685
Memphis or N'oph ^66
iAer/inon,7 1 .90. Hkfpeaking /-
«?<»^f ' 586
M^w-** ^'>'j; "f Egypt 565
Mendao /^JJ
lAengrclia 34I
M?»<"» husband of Semiramu f 76
lAentiri & mendxCia dtcere 50
'hienFirtttHS womenof the Zabij,

yienudde & McnudJim 113



105
88



Merchants frfl

Adercury
Aiercuri Tnfmegifliu^ 5 7 3 > S 9 ^
AierosfiSoThetr rttes^thid.Ta.
bleoftheSunne 661

Aderijis 150

AfeJhech,Afefchini^Maz.ac«, 4 3
Aielch ifedech , 46, 106

Aferdtn a PatriarcballSee, 7 7
Aferfi/cabir 609,6 1 1

Adefopot amia 7 5

cMeJfa and tales thereof 625
Mefstoi of the hws^i^-j.twoex-

peEted 119

Adefangana Jickjie 841

Ade/rata 597.607

Ade slices 48 6

Met A Incognita dtfceuered and

defcribcd 735,740 C?"/?

UiJiix^-J'^a(Tif,ofthePharifeesi^o

DegzJ),i6i.TalfnudiHs, 173

ofothtrsa^z, 197.416,442,

444.4sS,47°;478548S,49i>

,, . 542>57i-

Menu poi



Adetra



370



Mexico;i*hyfo culled, 790, F«««
datien thereof and /Irange ex-
pedittjn thither tbid

Mexico entred by the Spaniards^
7%7 Jbefiged^taken ^ and rebuilt
"]%%. their feMcr all people 1,790
Hijiorte of their Kings , 79 1
792,7 9 3 • Their Of aliens, lb.
C roijations 79z.Ominof(s pro-
digiet rfr ancient tribtttes,79j^
Trefentflate thereof qg':^, their
Gods in Mexico and Goddeffes
796.&f. Horrible Sacrifices
797,798. T/!i«r /"Wf/?/ , »^/W.
802,805, 804, 805. Their
7Vw/)/«,799,8oo. Aionafle-
n>/,8 o I . T'/E'^/r ^rff J <i>«</ O-
ptnions^ibid. bloudie procefsi-
*«/,8o2. Their Bapttfmes and
Education ef their Children ,
803, T unifhments, marriage s ,
funeralls, 804. fupputaiien of
tiines, opinion of fue Sunnes^
^o6.FeaJfs>^07.Pan.godand
^emmunionSoi. Iiibilee^Re-
/lilies, Lent^Procefsions, 809
lubilee and 01 her Twites, 810
Sf^hoeles, Theaters^ Writings,
H'croglyphikjs, Bsok^s, Whifl-
Imgfii I. N umbaing^opimtn



ofthefoule 8 1 x

Mtce,-^^ '^.Mice with two feet e

560
Michaels horne 221

Miletus J 2 J

C^7?/e ofMina, 647 ( (jallobele.

reports it taken in lanuary lafi

by the Ho/landers.)
M/»4, 2 70, 5 6 5 , Mindanao, 516

M/»rf;,M/'«/w 14?

M/w/ ^ffw deadly, 7^ 3 . /» barren
foyles,6i9. Mines of Sofala^
&c. ibid. Of the tVeH Indies
what they caufe men to </(?,722
7Z-\.ofT'ttoz.i -724

M>»trua 8S

l^irac/es reported of the Syrian
Goddejfe, 79. Of Beeiz,ebub,
why applied to ChriH, 93. T'i&f
PopiP^^ibtd. lewi/hdreamesof
Miracles 177.ZZO. &f.Of the
eydrabians 232, Of Mahomet
lOf'^.&f. "Difclatned by him,
252,254,/rf//^, 27i.d"/. Of
Turkes,i07.&f. 3 1 o. O f Tar-
tar s,j^i<^,Chefmur ^z6, The~
beth i^z9. Samoeds /^T,i,A-^'^
at Ganges 47 3. Of the Mogoll
477,478. ^r<»Wf»f/, 488.<««
C^'/'r/^ 521.W Egypt 568, 57(5
585. «z/C4/ro 587. Legendof
Miracles at Thagi4 614, in
Barbaric 6-3,2.6-^-^. OfMexi-
caKSj9T,,79j!^.Braflians, 846
847.
Miralmitmim^fee Emirelmumc-
nim. FoMHtaine of Miriam 204
M'fchna 169

Mtthres -^69. Mithra the fun -^71
the fire, 3 72. <&« den (^ knights
ibid.hotvinitated 375

Mithridi<tes 522,323. Mi^-raim
and hu pofieriiy ^^, ISIameof
(fairo 1 6 5 ,M«fWf 575

Moabites g-j,

Mogor orMogslI, 277,^10. Hif
great dominions 476,^^/^ Hi-
Jiory of thatJ{ate,ib.The Kings
pohtj dr reltgto ^77. hu demfe
to fearch r^hich religion vod
true ^77. ^6, his fepu/chre 478
547. Opinions of the Mogolls,
478. Capt. Hawkins his obfer-
y.ations there, i^^;. & f. The
Mogollsoath, andpromifesof-



THE TABLE.



ttn frfjhttte, 545. Hif re-

helhtn agttitifi htsfAlher, ikid,

hu gre*t dcminiens , thi. Hu

fames and Al4»fiidars , reue-

rit»e,daily txpenfe^treafftrei of

gold ^ filuer , ievpeh, ^/^,his

beaFis and beafily tyranie 545.

0-f. bis dcuotton , epicurifine,

Mndfittingtn tudgemtnt 546.

hufcafis and other aifs, 547

Moha. 708

<yidohel^Iti»ifh cireumeifer, 189

Afolncca ILnds. 515. 53^.558

Malcch 6%. and \A.«lchem , def-

criflionthtreof, 97

iAombaxA. 685

Mongol A countrey »f Tartars.

400

Monficrs a:ndmonflr»ns fhapes of

mendeuided, 39j.456.659

Monocmugi, 6 S 7

yjioores-^nka caUtd 228./« China.

408

JiiottOTKotafa orBenom9iapa.629

JUinofolies. 699

M'oneftent the day ofhtrconian-

RioH. 689

why the Saracens vfe the Jigne of

the Moone on their fteeftes. 24^^

Mtonewhycalltdagreat light, \ j

her excellence, ibid, Dintot his

ieumey thither 1 8. vorjhipped

tfthe Chaldees 60. at Carrte

y^.by the \eives i ro.^rab$ans

235.*^ Diopolis 3 20, Perfians

370. Tartars 412. Cbinois

445. C70;{. 486. y 3 6, "Bra/ili-

4tnsZ^6.

\twijb fables of the Meone. 205

208. Mahomets. 260. New-

meone feafi when tt began

with the \eves 1 10. how opfer-

Kf</ 123. 208. 295.412.417.

443. 469. 495. 695. 846.

Jiiaones ecliffe, 20S

Aleneths hew reckoned by the

Jewel 119, their names no.

haae tn fome places no names ^ib.

Monj of fait , and p^ptr 439.

Canz,aj\6%. of Almonds 47/.

tfmensiki'll'S 548. money by

Ithtm inuented 593. ejfeUs of it

yzi.monieof^acao, 734

Mtnajleries inTurkit 283.309.

Tart^iria. 415

MtnaJierifS in Fn^land whyinjti-



tMted I ^^,hewfnbuerted,ib>d,
Menkes firji 144. {hahen 415.0-

ther Pepifh rites 416, tther

monafieries , 416. 427. 428«

429.430.442.445.459.470

482. 528. 53i.55i.<»<6*M

jimara 678. in Mexico 801.

&f. Tunia. 823

Mopfsu, 92

Menntaines of ArmeniM 338.

340. OfChriftall. 842. 830.

MoHHlamt of pardons by Mecca,

26^.269

Meunlaines burning, fee Viil-

canos.
Mount Meriab, 106

Mereqntte, 8 29

Morbonei. lyo

D.Mortens commendation, 176
Mefes, what he did en lAaunt S(-

nai 1 69. frjipen man offcrtp.

ture, hit excdlency 180. his
Jiature, and exploits zz-.z, hts

wife. 661

Mofes ty^gyptitu , fee Rambam.

Pftnde-Mefes a ceufner, 1 5 8

159
Merdecai, why hee werjhipped net

Haman, 56a

lAorduii-Tariars. 42 j

Mefco deflroyed by the Tart.^zo
lAofcouties of M ffbech. a j

Mofchee,oriAofijniia,fee Temple.
Mejfjftizci. 323

Merabites afeBin Africa. 6^9

274
hioravia. 404

MofantbtejHe, 6%6.beaflly rites of

fame neere them, 688

Moful. 77.163

Mejfefoodto the Deere of the Sa,

meeds 434, Mtfr/J or Sea-ox e

deftrtbed. 748. Uoth^ 88
lAeurners dor e in the Telnple, 113

afeB;. 150. 157. 158

Funerallmeurningeflewes, 218

of others, fee Funerall.
MoHrntrt mwhite /^6, <^z^.and

in Ajh colour . 5 3 z,Mexn.^2 5
Mnavi the Chaltph, 2 ^ 6. ^f.
Mufti 3 1 2. C^/i« Barbary.dz^
Mtilli ^ Mndertf. 312 C^/^f .



C^unkeys admirable. 8 3 9

Mftjcevia why net heere handled.

501
y^»/^<f of a beafl. 428.458.50i
Mufiapha. 285

Mufiaed-Dini , cheefe Priefl er

Mufti of the Per fans. 388
Mute^nma king ofMexico.ji^

785.787.793.79^.
Mu/iratz,emlajf(^ halipb of Bag.



det^

MutarsfeEl in Perfia,
Myiedes, Myiagrtu,
Mydas,
Mylitta.venm.
Myrrhetn Arabia,
Myfia,iz%.&f,



74

375



C5.370
23a



34J



./I/r/« dtfpeopl^^ith fleas 3 3 1.
the like of otm-S,

N ,

Aam&naSeenite Arabian ^



N



MnVod,



477



MuleajfeskingofTunu. 604

Muntmidzio. 567. howmadein

Ethiopia. 6iz



- - 231.

T'ifibathea 228. Nabatbitx. 23 1

"H^bunanga kjng of Itfpon. 526

T^abuchodensfor his Babylon-

buildings , J 6. ^w /> wyf/tf j-^r-

</f»j /^;W, Nabuchedjn luditb

vncertain -J ■^, his prophecy. I i^l

HaboM^fer, 70. l^abopel/afar, ib.

not the fame with l>iabtiche,j^

Nabonidus the fame with DartK*

Medw. 70.73

IrW'T^ dreame ofNabelhs feult.

197. N<»/^4 /J ^)uean. faint at

Cairo. jSy

^egajan Tartars. az j

N^'f* 3 1 ?, "^r.imani, ^03

Nakednes of Ad.im 1 7,26. /^w.^S

dreames of nakednejfe.i $2.1 pA

fiOj

Nannacttt, 3 24

'tianijutn a citj of China, 4 3 $

N^iphta, 346. Niifamones, 600

tiAtions -.their beginnings 43, e!«

/-i-f . reckoned byfme.^ 7 i.47.

N4;/'/rf Q^ Natophant£. 6j

Nature what it is , i ^ ."Mature of

manfirflinfeUed, ncwinfiii~

ing 29. Natelia 3 19, newcaU

led Turkie,tbi. Natigai. 414

N^'/if.f /<»»g '« China ^^j,Bengal4

475. Calecut^gz. lava ^^\

in Frrgtnia jdS.Nailes wernf

in mens y arsis, ysj



Saires knights erfeldieurs in



di4^



THE TABLE.



dia^tketr rites, ^9'i

Namguti9Mt tfthf attcients. 7 1 4
NAz,arsth, 105. Na z^dritis 136

Nat.araAns,!^'] .Ne/ifolii. 282

Needle had $>t bortar 8l

NeeMTSwhyfalnted 202

T<{efecs9gh 30 1

Negafatati 498. »Atf ^/tf«<^ <<*<^

^^4/?/)' r /r« there, ilnd. Land tf

Negros 64 3 Mhen Mahnmetan

644. StrAngekifdetf Negros

645 irhatu the eahfeef their

i/lac kenejfe (5^5 ,6%9}f^ae» thej

are tld they growyellow 650

Neptutie 322 H/> ^«/<f/ 3 2 3 J 3 2<5

331 ^A'^ faired rfith a trt-

detit ^ 509

Nerigleffoorm 1"^, Ner* '^■i,9

Nero hi* fnperfitt torts 8 1

Nergal I5I

]^efleriAns in Cathay a, their rites

^o^.Ergimul ^2i, inEgri.

gaia and Tendnc thtd.a t ^in -

f*y 441

Nethanints or Gibeomtes 136
N(Tif-mo-jn,fee lAooti.New-years
day of the lewts 205. Their
dreantesofthat day iQ^.ofthe
Chitteis 1 ^.dayes together ^-^S
Ntviuries trauellt 5 1 7

New Granada 834

Ney» Guinea 864

New world, why called America
and tVeJi Indtes 718 .fee Ame-
rica.
New Trance '!^'J,&f-'}^9.&f.
New-found-hind y^j.diuers voy.
ages thither, ibid. Plantation
there by the Englifh 748

NewMexiea 780

New Spaine , fee Mexico and

Cortes.

NewlValeSyji^^. Nibhaz,. lyi

Nicaragua 8 1 ^.Their ho»kes,fa~

crifices^ Priefls , Procefstons,

Confejfors 815. Their feafls,

marriages, puni[hmentSflakt &

riches 816

NicaragUM qneflions 815

JV/f f 2 8 2 . 3 2 2 . Nicomedia ibid.

Ntcofirata author of Latin letters

904
Nicholas lland^S^. Nidni 113
Nigritarum terra 6^1, Niger ibt.



hi^ceurfe 6^^. Niguas, little
worms great trouble 731,830
Nilm, a large dtfcourfe of it, 563
thecaufeand timeof theouer-
fiowing. ibid, the fiallownefle in
feme places 6 '^■J, the falls 6 ^9
flayed by the Prete 6j6

Nimrodj^/^. 5 1 . <« tyrant 52,338
&fe<l.
Niniasfuppofed ty4mraphel 7 1
Niniue built 52. taks" by yirba-
cestheMedej7. by Cy ax-a-
res j-j.defcribed -j6.-»ho built it
ibid.rutnes 163

Ninrnfirfl T)eifier of hii father
B(lu4 54. hts htftorie examined,
'ji.Ti-^9.-^^.his exploits jSfe-
fulchre tbid

Nine a number obferued by the
Tartars 402.417.422

Niphates 75

Nifibis peopled by the lews 73,75
Ntfroch j4(fyrianldoll7'j.N,fra
firangefowle'y6o. Nitocrfsnot
tnfertour to S emir amis 5 7

Nix.amalucco 48 2 ,48 5

Noah i9.hif facrifee Af'i-. hupo-
ftertty ^-^.the ttarnesgiuen him
by heathens 5 2. Zabij their
conceit of him 6i.hu names
and rites 338

Nomades 65p./>(rTartars, Scy-
thians, Arabians, Turkcs,C7-r.
Nombre de dtos 816

Noph ^66

Noradire 280.589

North Eafldifcouery ^^34

North andN.Wefi 736.6^/
Norumbega J^J. dented 751
Nofes flat a great beauty 418

Nofes (Itort efteemed heautie 437
and pierced 793.850

Nofefroz^en & come ojf with blo-
wing it 862

T^ua Albion JJ9

Nona Zemla 434. Hollanders
Wintering there , and their long

night 435-5M

Noyra an Indian fowle 503

T^ubtt andNubia ^54.^55

l^mas Temple ofVejla i o fable

ofty£gcrta 3 2 .40 2

Numidia 640.641

Nunnes,ofMithra ^J'^Jn China

^46. in Comar 45 5. in P*-



gu 47o./» /<«; w» 5 2 5. 5 3 1 , in

Mexico^oi.Peru 88 2.88 j

Nutmegges how growing 507

Nympheum g ,

99
106.456.457



Nymphes



o



O Annies 5,

ObRiuer 431

Obdoriit ^^

Obeliske ofSemiramis at Bab.^ 8

Obehshes m Egypt, 5 65.566.5 88

^^9.in Ethiopia 68 j

Oblations of the /ewes 1 29. (7»/r*

or Sacrifices ibidi

Ochusthe'Terfian rgj

0^/4 <?^rMr Citie 460

Offerings r 29. ^*r«t offerings J^,

meat offermg^peace offering 130

Oj' f Ae Gmw A&f huge bones a 2 a

Ogigeshisfloud 40

Oyjters great ^^^^^^jj^j

Omarca , ^

Omphale 3 29.&f.

Onias built a Temple in Egypt,

W],hii C*fie Onion ib.^%6

Onyonswerfi/ipped oftheChaldeet

^S 'Egyptians ^jj.hotfvfed at

Fez, 617

Ophir^6o.^-jo. <^^9.6Z6.fuppo.

fedSofaU 687.864

Ophita I JO

Opium- 508

Oracles, at Hierapolis,at Delphos

and Daphne ^i.llium 327.^-

draflia 328. Miletus 331 .^Z-

/'04334. Colchis ■^^x. Hyr~

cans 351 .Pataneansj^62.in E-

gypt 568.580. ofAmmon 59 U

of Mexico I^Q.&f. "Virginia

767. Acufamil% 17. in Hifpa-

niola 907. «'« Cumana 826.««

P^rwSSo. Orbs how many fup'

pofed lo.butfuppofed ibid,

Oram 609,61%

Orchanes 28 X

Orenoque Riuer 819.828.^7^

Orimaz.es and t^rimanim 36^

0>-/j(p 501

OrontfS 85

Ormuz, 517.518

Orphaj^. Orthofa 87

Oy*« 569

Ofiris^g. his Legend 568. 569

feafi offeekjng Ofiris <f8o

OJJens



THE TABLE.



Ojjens^ 148

Ojlriges, ^60

Other men w^^^/'ti/, 142
Otbesoftbemfdees^ 1 3 8.

Fh-jrijees 14 1

Ojfens 148. ofCMahjn the Al-

coran^ i^d.prohii/ited, 258

Ofthe^PerJianKing, 371

O/' Moder»e Perpans, 390

C)^^//5'^ Scythians^ l^S.cIm&is

/^^j.Pe-uaas, 471

OftheCcmras, 488

OyV^f- A'/»^ ofcdicut, 49 5

/>; G«/>£':J,"653. ir}t/£thio-

pia^d'/'i. Peru, 879

Otoman jamdy efTurkes, 1 8 1

Otcman or Ojman his exploitSt

282
0»'/<f obferued by the Tartars^

402

av? huge: fee Behemoth, <«//tf

a ^ I . a 64. Gr<f4/ Oxen^C-ji

inQumrHy 778

Oxf-fjh, 843

Oxvw, y.'«?r running vnder

ground., ^12

P.

P.^c«>r«/, 349

i'^f /7JC4W4, 1 8 7 3 .8 79 . 880
Pagodes and ^arelles in Pegu.,
468. Bengiia^^j^ G<?.i 48c5
488

PaSfolUSy 329

Painters , fiw^/y inhabitants of

one County ie.^ 418

Painted cottons^ 784

PaU[liri.iy 95.87.103.180

Palme-wine^ 6/{9.palmita,\hi.

Palladium, 3 27

Pall/tditis his horfmanjlnf, 558

P^», 564

Pandoras bo^e, 758

Panchm, 2'i9.a33

Pantogia his Chinian tOHrnie,

435. /w opinions of chtna,

408 d^/pf .



Paneas, 1 04

Paphlagonia, 325

Paqiiin cheifc^ Citie of China,

whether Camhdu 40 8

Prf^^ jir/^i? ^-j//(?(!/, 141. 432. 797

Paradife,the differing opinions

thereof 1 8. //;e y;«frj ip.

j^«/'/,ibid.

Paradife of Akdeules,'] 5 , 0//^^

/^w?; 222. of iMahomet,

153. 258. 2^1. 2^4. tf/

7'urkes-^o^.Siamites 460.

Paradifes of Perfm , 3^3,37^.

B/'r^/j <?/ Paradifc, 503.538

Paradifes of Upon, 527 528.

^iQ.fuppofed Setlan, 549.

550 dr7» P^>'/<i 817. c//'/'^

htllAmara, 677

Parents how to bez^' efeemed,

\U

Parahrammit 489

P<jm, 827.828

Parchment whyfe called.^ 32?

Partjatico, 506

ParthiansyoJheir hiJlorie,i/\'j

&jeq.

PariacacaJhUs in Peru off range

qualitie^ -jil

Parr/Lei and ir^prepriations

how many in England. 133

Purafceue. 125

Pafargadx. 354.3^1

Parrots, 503.825. troublefome

as Crowes beret 814.

Paraquitas, 819.

Pafc ball fe.ifl, 12 i» bow ehfer-

t'^^.ibid. 124

Pafcall Lambs bow many in one

feafl 124. howvfedAh\^.2.

Suppers then zfed differing

from thofe in other fea^^es,

ibid, veby Chrift oh f rued

it a night before the lewesy

I^^.how the Moderne lews

preparc-j to it 206, andob-

Jerueit, 207

Partridges wbite^ 74 4

Paffarrans a kind of Indian Ef-

fees, 541



.r



Paffarua, 541

Pafte,GodoftbeMc>:icans.^o%

886
Pat agones 851'

Patritius his thain<L^ of the
World 8. his opinion of tbe^
CMoone 1 8.0/ Zoroajlers opi-
nions, i6j.&f
Patr/arkes of Confl&nttnople,
3 1(5. & jeq. the other P&tri-
arkesand Eaflerne BifJjops^
1l^.ofAlex-andria<)82.'^^i
P^tane a Citie and Kingdoms

461
PatenaivaKingdome, 475
Paulina abti/cd by Mundus in
Ifs Temple 5 80

Pearles how fifjjfdfor^ 505.
where bejl 518. bow ingen-
d/ed, ibid, "very great, 53(5
Feacschcsin account J 703
P^f/^^rrf, 4^-433

P<?^«, 461. conquesisoj itani
to tt ^6"^. commcdities of
the Kwgdo^Jes fubieCi ther-
/<3,i bid . vce.dth andmiferit-J
there, ^6/^. /{6^. definiti-
on, ^66 defer iptfono/tbc^
Citie, £^6-]. the Elephants
there ^66. white ^6-j. the
peofle and their ctijloraes,
^6'],& fequ. dwi'tiings in
boates, (jrc. 4^8. tbeir Tem-
ples, /mages, Priefcs,^6S^
4 69 ■ ofir.ions of Gods the
war Idffatc after death,their
origindl, 470. deuotionsto
the BeuiU, Monday 'Sahath,
ivafmgs, fafs, ibid, opini-
onsofCrocodiles, and Apes,
Andfiweralsy 471

Peber., ^7

Peleg, vohjfo culled, 46

Pentecofly 125

Per,guins,akindoffonles, 8(52
Pepper how iigrowetb, 507
Pelli, 1^6

Penance, fee Punifhraent,
Pentapolitana, 597

Peria-



THE TABLE.



'Termoncona -^l^^feq.
Permians^Permacks, 431
ferimdKtng ofMMbtr^^-jj

The figm of Tcrimxl ereihd
Af99'hisgeenerittion 500
Ferfan ajnafu^y 2 70. juhiu-
ed by LMabomet^ z^O. rehd-
lion^ 23P

Terfis 1^5

ferfefolhy ^62. 6^ fiq-
fe^fu cenquered b) the Turkes^
2 79. imaled by them 2 84.
2 '66.^%9. de/cnbedyWilha
UigeWftorieQjthat Nati-
on.^ 5 T.& ffq' the Kings of
the fir f mdjccond Dymjlie
ibidem .Coronation oft heir
Kings 3d I. their mcgr.ifi-
cenceandmany ef their An-
tiquities, ■'^ei, &feq- riches,
Epicurt/me, excejje in appA-
relL, dyet , women ,&c.-\6l
Education ef children ,
reufnuc^s , &c. 594.
kflortc^ of their ^^ngi,
'^C'i.&fiq. Their Sacrifi-
ces Riles, Feasts, Fafts, and
ether religious opinions, and
obfer nations , ^-jo&f^q'
Jncejluons CMirt*ges 3 72.
^73. Schoeles and Education
373. Their feafiing mcttr-
ningjots , and other Anti-
quities , 374. & fequent.
The a£ls of Saracens there^
SJS-d^fq- The Perfians
difference from other Mahu-
metms, ^ -j^.&feq. altera-
tions of ft ate and Religion,
\\)\6.The names of the Cha-
lifs and Tartars, which go-
uerned there , 3 77 . htJ?orie
eflfmael and hi: race, 378.
3" feq. Their comeipt of him
381. Prefent Perfiavs wic-
kedly difpofed^%j. not true
Perfians, ibid, prefent Reli-
gion andOpmiomy ^ZZ.&f.



Perfians difference in faith fiom
Turkes, ^SS. fables 0/ Ali,
390. Contentions amongfi
themfelttes, ibid.392. Their
religious nun ,391. Zeale,
392. ThePerfiannotftrong
at Sea, 410

Perfian a^sin Egypt, and their

reuenHes,feeM^y^U

Perfians in Mauritania, 6<yj

Pergamus, 329

Per feus, 564

Pef^tnuntiaHs, 324

PeHilence, 238

Peflilent vapours, out efSetni-

ramis Sepulchre, 66

Peru inuadedby Pizarro , %6y

SCS. the Kings in Ciuill

tvarre 870. fiorie of their

Kings, 871

Peru bounded, 8 72 . T^aturall

wonders therein,^ 7 3 . thcj>

Llanos, Sierras, and Andes,

ihi. 7 he/r tr/tdition ofthi_j

foud;tnd their original 874

their Quippos,niariagespofis

inheritance, coronation, and

diademe, 875. Biuifion of

places conquered, Sy6. their

Gods 878.879. Sumptuous

TeplesSSi.SSz.Pric)s,^So

Pilgrimages SSzBojes deuo-

tedto Sedomie, ibi. Mona-

fieriesfer ivomen^xh. Diui-

nours, Confeffors, andCon-

fe_fi,ens, 883. Sacrifices],

Prtefis, Fafiings, 884. Hu-

mane Sicrifice, 885. iheir

feafts, 8815.887. Commtmi-

*»,885. iheirChicx^procef-

fiion , and bleudie funerals,

887. Defcription of the^

chiefic^ Cities, 888. 889.

Spanifh riches thence^ 8 8p

piiajrao what it figntfieth ,

5^4
pharaoNecho^ .90.56^7

Phai tfees when firfi, 139. Why

ff called, ibidem their opi-



nions of fate, f afting,f odes ^
Sabath, &c. 140. their wa-
fijing, prayer, ////'/«^,ibid.
ofoathes,Corban, &c. 141
their kinds'ibid. their fin ff-
y>effe, ii\i.contenipt of ether
men, ibid. i^j

Phafis, 3+^-514

PhaUi, 7P-570';79

Pheron King of ty£gypt, ^66 i-



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