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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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Ph£nix,afable^ 229

Ph&wcea,% -j.indg^.theirGeds
i%,&feq. tnuentiom, 95
Kings, p4

Phmicean language pure He-
brew 47. /f/Zf ; .f 9 o 9 3 • 9 4.
their nauigations, 9 o

Phide, 134

Philadelphia, ^7

phiUfiims, ^ I

Phtlippinx llands, 51 (5. 534.
drfeq . their cufiomes, 5 1 5
Philo Biblius , 87. ludxirs his
Antiquities counterfeit , pp.
his little skill in Hebrew, 144
philofophers opinions of the e-
ternitie of the World, \0.of
fire, 8. of the Heauens and
Orbes ic.ofthefinrres,xi,
of the beginning, i^.none
(imply A: hefts, 32

Philofophers of the Baby Ionian i
andPer(tans,lee Chaldecs
and Magi , Indians, fse^
Br.ichmancsj<j;7<iGymno-
fbphifts.
philofophie leEture forbidden
in CM-Ahumctan Schooles^

VhiloIirAtits fabulous^ %9 A"^"]
Phocas, ^60

philippillfu, 871

Prahartes, 34^

phraates,i)a\d.&feq.
pk-aortes, 77

Phrygia 324. hifiorie of it, ihid:
&feq.

phulBfloch, 7'2

Phryxw, 84^

phurim



THE TABLE.



Thurimfeafl of lots, 128

Phylacienes, 14 1

Jewip} talc of Pies, 2 1 1

Pietie mef impioii'S ,JeeViine-
rAsalJff, yiz

Francii Ptz^arro his birth and
exploits^ ?>6y. his Pcruuim
expedttion 8dS. taking of
Attabaltba, 8^9

Pilgrimage to Hieraf>olis 80.
their ccremenics^'i>\. to lor-
dnn^io^to Rome^il-j.itOt
to Ear an or the Temple of
Ikcca,2')').&feq- 2O6.&
feq.trt Chin.i,i\e,') . w Pegu,
46 8. to Gmges i{]l.to Ni-
z^arCote, 478. tn Cambai.i,
482. /(? the huge idol, drc.
4^7. 49 S.to the ^pcs tooih
' i^^jQ.to Tripiti, ^00. in la-
fon - 5 2 6. 5 2 9. /<> Adams hill
inZeiUrr, 550. PopifJj pil-
grims rites 552. IK Egypt
5 76. 5 79. to Jhagia,6 1 i^.to
Bebdel Xame, 707. to an
Emeraldin Pern, 879

pilgrims of lone ^ 308

Pincbao in Peru, 8 8 i

Pine tree, 3^9

Pirua,fuper(liti0nofPeru^Z6
Pitch in the earth 8 J 7>feim-
tainesofit, -J 17 ■79')

Pitcher broken xciih drinking
watery 858

P if mires how trouble feme, 504
^o6.thcy:Mkel.ic. 507
Places vphen and how religions,
114. highpkces, 1 1 7

Planets new ofGn'. GaltLms, 1 o
ChaidMn ohferuaiion of
. thc\6o.Ph!irifmdiiifO. 141
Planting and graffingwiih de-
. uellijh rites, 62

plants in India, •^o6.&f.

Plants in Sumbrero and Quia-
vn feeming to Hue and haue
fenfe ,fec Brafil. and Plata
riuer, 840.849

Plaios philofophie borrowedm



Egjpt,^ 6lfuccefiion therof^ 84
Pletadts, 68

P. utontim, 330. another J ^33
Pocks barrowed <^paidiigaine^

Poeni, PHmks,6Q>i.?oets,\.6i']

Poyfonsy of diamonds , l%-i,.of
Bttlsbleud, 353- of the bird
Dirc^rus 365. of^omt con •
fit tut ion Si jif^o. of aTigres
Muflachocs ,559. ofafpes,
588- poyfonfrong, in Nu-
bia 6'^%, of Quick filuer and
fpittle 7 i^.ofCi/aua rootes,
'j-i^^.of a tree S^l.Rer/tc-J-
dies agamfl poyfon, 50S poy-
fenedarrowes, 829841

Polonia, iSd.oiierriin bythc^
Tartars, 404

Polygamie frfl in Kains family

3 ^.ef Mahomet , 243,255

157.415. 608.648.(549

690.834

Polyhifor his teflimonie of the
floudift.of Abram^ (? 4. 108,

557-
Polypus, 55>?

Poptfl} d? esmes fathered on an-
tiqmtie, 535. their pUies like
Adonic S^.iJlUrabiliari/.g 3
Jubilee 1 2 -j.worfhip of Cre-
tiires, 781. croffes, 782. lies,
Sll.Pharifaifme 147. obe-
bedicnce R abbinicull , iji.
traditions ibid, lewifoneffe,
\ -jSfcandils to the lew, 225
relikes , crc.likethe Mahii-
me tan, 2-ji. (jrffe the ti-
tles. Beads, Rclikcx,Saints,
Martyrs,MiracIcs, Pricfts
Proccflions, Nunncs, Vi-
car , Praicr , Votaries,
Monkcs.,.'ind Monallcries,
CandlcSjPilgrimagcs, Fu-
neral rites, LightSjConfoi^
fion,Sanftuarie,Paftc-god
Iubilecs,Lent,&c.
Pompeof Antiocbiis, 84.85
Pent us ^ 322

i^ki4.



Pore how rcleued^x 8 5 .41 (5. 4 4 7

i'ofis, 784875

Porto Santo aim of dfjhoyedby

increafe of one come, y i ?

Portugals authors ofUter dif-

couertes, 40

Portugals at Goa^ MaUcca^Or-

mus,crcfee thoje titles their

Indian expcnjes, 486

Portiigall Kingdome flantcdm

the blond of Mnres, 6'\')

Potou mines defer ibed, 724.

888
Poulder -Traitors, <^\-j

Vowhatan, 7S7-&/"}'

Prayer of the Elxai, 148. of the
/f IPW, 1 8 5 . J ? 3 .&feqitent.
CMorning prayer, \<) 6. Su-
per flitions therc^in, 198.
which way to ttt'rne, i bidcm
25^.450. 546. Mahumcts
Canon of prayer , 2 5 (5.
265. Ttirkes manner, 301.
,292
Per fans, 388. lugures,

430

V r ay er farther dead anion gfl

the Turks the lews, fee lews

2S3.2J>p. 304.314

Perfans, ip.-^^z.Tariars, 424.
Indians 48(5495. 5^^

Vreaching little ifed in the_j
Greek e Church, 3 t -j.oftbe
Talapoies, 470. Sword-prea-
ching , fec^ Saracens alfo
8^8, p 14

Precopite Tartars, 419

Presbyter lohn in Afia 4CO.
403.428.(5(58. whether this
be the fame with him- ofE-
thiopia66S. O-feq, two in
^fit 669

Presbyter lohn in. Africa, not
pong at Sea, 410, notf0
called there, 670. hisflatc^
676. election, d8o. oathes
oftht^ tributaries King!^
his mariage_j^ andiuflices,
681
Pre-



THE TABLE.



PreJhgtatJ^ 66S.6jo

Prwtwg in Tangnth^ 4a 7. /«

China^ 438

Priam my 71.32^

PriapttSy 328.485.570

Pr:api zMige ones , 7p.er S/O

JV<f fr/^- ^^<?i now left to the

lews, I il.hoiY defecfiueyi^-^

Prjeflfirji named Melchiz^edeky

134. he Ads of families , dWi^

firjt heme Priejls, ibid.

Priejis of the levies y (j'c. 135

167
PrieJlsoftheChddeesCo. &f.
culled Magi 64. A^^W^ 6 7.
G^///, 7P. //'(f/r numhtr and
order 80. 0/ Moloch, 9 7. tf/
JrabiHi 2 ■^2.Panchxay 233.
fiftheTurkeSji^i.z^l .2^y
^12- & Jeq. of the Cappa^
docians 320. ofMyfia abftai-
nedfrom fief), and mariage
329.*/ Diana, 330.^/ Sol-
mfftts^/hauen, -^i^.ofcybe-

^) ? 3 3 • ''Z^'^- P^'^J''^"* , 3 154.
^6'$.d^feq. of the frejent
Ferfians^ ^iS.crfccft.'^gi.
TartarSy^i^. Priejls fjaucn
in Cathij ^and fingle ^e^Yijn
china more p9^Jt[Jj 444.
in Syam mere then popilJi
/^S 9-^(^0. in Pegu alfo,^6p.
drfiq. iff other pUces 4po.

491. 516, 515-531 54^-

549. in tA-gypt, ^-Ji.of

Ammon ^<)^,ofGuinei^6^\

in Meroe 660. in Virginia

-}66,.0'feq.in Mexico,%oi.

&feq.of Acufamil, ^11,. of

Dabaiha^fngle %2z.in Ctf-

m.ina 82 5. '^26. of Lychen-

gorme i?jO. in Peru ^ ibid.

fopiJJ} Priejls in the Indies,

9i').9i6. inBrafl, 845

Prima vt^i Ay y^8

Promt Kingdome, 4^3.4^$

Pr0phetsofGody\i6,ThefoHre

Prophets of the IVorld y 417

Prophet in Patenaw f 475- /»



Temejha, 6 14. in Culcikit
61%
PrephetieaH Saint y and King in
Barbary 6\z.&f,

Profelytes, who 109. how made
no. hardly vfed, 1 42
Priuation how a. beginnings 7
Precejsiens of the Syrian God-
dejfe %o.at the feajl ofTa-
hernacleSy 1 26. at Mecca 255
fiom Caire,z6-j. of the Ma-
gis6^. procefion with can-
dles /\^6.neere Goi, 48^.49 o
ofPerimd at Prepeti, 5 00
in lapon,'^ i6.il* Ternatej 37
inZeilan 551. of Ammon
598. of Mexicans ^02.^ o^-j
809.815.887.
Proferpina, 88 fee Sinopc,
OfProuideme 5 , opinions ,2 74.
Prrtyrf, 282.32a

Pfammetichui hit triallof An.
tiquitie, 46.324.

Pfaphonspoliciey Ci\z

Pfylli, 597

PtoUmeis Kings of Egypt, 84

5^4-594
PtolemxiSy 90. Puloan, 5 36

Purifications amongjl the Tar-
tars,^ I l.ofthe NayroSy 49 3

P«r///f /r^w y?»»f , 275. /^«r
beajtlinejjey'\h\<i.

Purple-fifloingy 90

Purple dye of Apes blondy 403

Punifhments among the lewes
hew many in. of jioning,
hangings burnings O'c. how
Wi.of the whip, 113. £,v-
communication, x'dx^. after
death, 173. Moderne punifJ}-
ments^i 1 7. Execution ^1^6

Vunifhments among theTnrkes
for Lent ^-pi. Self e punifh-
ments orpenance in CMexico
8oi.?» Siam, ^c. fee the ti-
tles of the places. 8 1 6.8 2 1 .
880883.884

Vurgatorie of the lewes 173
I Sl.&fq■^OlMke thepo-



pi/Ij 218. their pi'rgatorie

prayer 219. purg.:tcrie ef

^ecla.'^'^i^.andthe like,j%6

of the Tttrkes 304. 305.

Vurgatorie-viftonSy 88S

Vurfgloues iournie 4>i

Vujtozerny 431*435

Vygmalion, ^094

Vygmeesy H2-S74

Vyramus and Thyshey 68

Vyr amides in Egypt , i66.^6j.-\

Pyrethi,Vyreia,Vyretheia, 37a
Pythagorean opinio:^ s ef killing
and eatir>i nsauicke thinr^^
<yc. w chin A, 445. lemenay
^-jsinCeuche, ibid.w5i-
mergan,isp6. Cambaia ^jq
&Jeq i'^2,i.inTapon, 538. t»
Jaua, 5 4 1 . /'» Zeilan, 551



Q.



QVabacondonuSy f^^.&Jl
Qaatles f serif ced, 80?
Quetz>aalcoalty 7 § 5

Quez^akouitl, 785 79^

Quick fduer, and hii properties
■ji^. where found, 72 j
Quilacare and their hloudy rites

494
^///tff, 685

Quinfay greatef Citieofthe^
pvorld, 437.

Otiippos, voherewith they accoUt
in Peru, 874.

Qjiiz^quiz,^ 871

^//(7, 87<5. Quiuira, 778

R.

RK^hyhisfiricineffey 13^
Rabbtfi,Rab, Rabbi, diffe-
ring titles, when they begtn^ 173
Rabbins author itie, 170 compx'

redtothelefuitSy 1 71

Rabbinisi levees y 138

Raamahy^/^. Rabhath.gj.Rach,

^ RachtophatA, 6^ Rakiah,^
Rainebowe^ »bferuttiens on the

colours thereof ^-i, . it vfinsbe-

fgre thef.oftd.Wiid, Rain-



THE TABLE.



K



,itne offiones, 5 ? i . ofajhesfond,
haire, 552. ofajhcs 814

Ratfte feldome and vnholfome m

Raine warme and vnwholome m
Guinea, 6 ^'ii. Turning tnto
wcrmes 712

RatHcs m Peru, how 8 7 ;; ,8 74
S. W. Raleighs difcouerie of Guia-
na, i 19. & jeej. plantation m
Virgma. feeY\'!^in\3,taktng
Saint lojeph 828

Ramadan , jeFtiuall moneth of the
Saracens, 24T. 25 5.260.263.
266.37^.c;02
Eambam or R . Mof. hen Maimon
hii commendation,6\. Author
of the lewiP) Creede 1 8 1

Rammes, 306. 341. 427.4^0.

598
Ramme with feuen homes 522
Racing and printing the flejh, 647

650
Rats great 504.749.842

Rattles of the Brafilians 845

Ra<,iel Adams teacher 174.109
Of Rebecca a lewtfhdreame, 21 3
Tali of Reconciliciticn 125,210
Reconciliation with men, 185,

201,209

Rechahites 138,164

Redfea^whjfo called, 229 , 5 20.

705.706. hj the Mores called

thefea ef Mecca, 70 5 . all the

feas fromEgjpt to India fo cal-

led, -job. defended with the

places in and neare it 'jO'J.&f,

'Redhat or Turbant of the Perji-

ans, ^j9.-^Si. maj not wear e

red on their bodies 3 90

%edcoloHr not eaten by the Cam-

bayans for fear e oj blond, 48 3

Red bulls toTyphon 572

Rcisbuti 479.481

'Religion : whence deriued,20. how

dtjferingfrom fuperfiittun^ibid.

called Ean-fiifines,2\. defers

bed,tbid. the v'e thereof, 31.

. Religion is fiat ur all to men ibid.

<' is KSt polii ie , nor by policie can

~ he abohfljed, 3 2 . men will ra-

.' ther be offalfe then no religion.

, ibid. Relrgiofi the mourner tall

" niaks -^^^^ 5 7^

Religions of Chrifiians , M.res,

' and Etkmkes comparedforfiore



of followers 715 wor/bipped 7S9

Reliques of the Arks , 298. See Rhodes, z:\6. wonns by Solimm,

Arke. cfAiahhrnetans, 268, 284. dejcrtptionofit 521

271.287.295. of others, j^-jj^ Rhodians of Dadamm 41

ofanApestooth,^9g.ofthej/np Rochot,dreameoj hwes ^a.

Argo,^\j^.of Adams fuot-print RcfawifeofSuliman 271

550. of'Tcrfeus,^6^, of An- Roundnejfe of the world 10

tans, 61:;. of the fiome Table Rulte very great 552

which A-fafes brake, 666. of Ruch a fabulous bird 709

lirucocha, 871 ^

Rempham 98 *J

Refolute courage dijfolutely ap- C-^. Scha, Saha,Shaugh,Xa,

plied 844.848 kJ Perfan title ^yS,&f./^'Sz

Reuenues of the Egyptians , Ro- Saba and ^^t(eene of Saba , 229,

mans , Per fans , 584. of the 662.66^.666.6^1. the Cttte

Chinois,Mogolls,(:^c. fee their dejcribed (,%,}

Title?. C^tieoflcs 'Reyes,%j-^ Sabaa aa.z-iz

RefurreHiun denied by the Sadu- Sabis j,^

ctes, y^ifSad. by the Simtari- Sabath dales isurney , 123 140.

tans, I 'yi- to the Genttles by the facrifkes, ibid, Sabath of Ef.

lewes 18 1 />ej-,i45. Sebuaans i<^a

Refurreclion of the lewes , 2 1 8. S^bbathanans j.p

Mahometicull proofes of the S^ibaticnllyeare of lewesand 6a-

refur.z<^<^. demedto vfurcrs, maritans , i ^ •^. S abba arte

2'^?). ofwcmen.26^. of birds foule 204

« attdb(afis,-^o6. of the Magi, SahaticalfupcrflitionofthehwiS

369 122. 140.184. 186. 203. c^y:
Rhea 5^-79 «-....-■.

Rheubarh 427.428

Rhinoceros, cfBengala 472,503
Rhinoceros of the aire , afowle'^

6']6. awdo^thefea^tbid,
Origmall T{ighte(>ufncjfe
Rice plenteous . ^6 a

Rtphath, Riphnan hills 44

'Rimmen 8 1

Rings wortwiniares, nofeandlip,

T{mers ouer'fiawing m their fea-
fons 563

"Rfuers worfhipprd 3 y i



Riuers of ParadiCc, 19, ef Ado.

nis,po. ofJordan,io^. Saba. Sahbetha

rtc-<?//,i2 2. 518. of hell, 260. SabthecaandSacha/ita



214. Sabath why ^0 called, 122
a gcncrallname tbid. Sab.fe.
condajter the firfi m Luke 6,
what,tbid. S.' baticallriuer,ih.
518.519. Sabi^iticaliyeare 116
2 1 Sabath howfarre morall andcere-
moniall, 2 1 , 2 2 . i Ji i . obtcElttns
anfwered,22.2-t,. ofChrflmns,
2^.24,121. ofliwcs, I 19. of
Ethiopians, \ 2 1 of Saracens oh
friday, and that bef re Afaho.
met, 235. 245. of Peguanscn
MmdAj, 470. in I ana arbi-
trarie, 54 2. w Guinea on Tuef-
day <$ji

4*



261. of the Hyrcans 351 Sacrament of the raine-bow az

RiuershewpajfedouerhytheTar. Sacrifi.es of Cam and Abe/ , 33,

^'"■■f 420 Kindes of facr:flces 37

Riuers made by hand , many and Sacconfumeo by fire from heauen,

great m China 4:55 ^t,. but the appareJl of diume



Riuer in Laos running backjvards
two moneth s 4^8

Rtuers runningvndcr ground, azz
633.644.658.841

Riuers loofing themfelues infands.



worjhip,^'^. of mans fie fh, 89,
91,97.231.294.320,322.324
3 39.34'- ;95-572-577-'5^o6,
659,663.766.785.786.788,
790.797.810.81^.834,885.



643 Sacrifices of the lews of eight forts
Riuers great in America,iic),%2o 119. their rites, x-^o. denied

KkkX 2 bj



THE TABLE.



bj the OJfais, 1 48. when cea~
Jed, 156. hoT-v defeUme, 185.
how redeemed 196

Sacrifices tothede^td ^26

Sacrifices of the Perfia>u , 3 64,

370

Scj'thiaw, :;95. Tartars , 411.
41 J. o/^'?c/3W»,42y. 0/ r/jif
Samoeds , /^l/^. dtfaHaived by
fame BrachmMes^ 45 5- ^7 ^"
thersallowed;/^'^6. at Calecht
492. PhthppiniU,^-^^. Egyp'
tia»s 577

Sacrifices of themfilues^^%j^^^^^,
498.529

Sacriledge howpumjhed 112

Sachion 427

Sachoniatho 87

-S""/* 338

Sabatifis Sag.t 3 3 9, 3 94

Sagamos 751

!2^«er Sagadahoc 756

,S"^^» 5i'5,536

Sadck^, 138,143. Sadficees cru-
eltie, 141. hiftone of them, 1 4 3
^feq. their opinions 144
S4<Vo 90

Sanhedrin '.fee Elders 2 8

Saints mTiirkie,'i,o%,-iio. inE.
gypt,fee Nafifla.i^ Jfiica,6i 4
Samofata, Ltmans birth .pLce, 7 9
Salomon : Alahemets dreMnes of

him, 254

Salomerrs Hands 864

Salamander 5 04 , 8 2 5

Salutations, 370.435.437.549.

650
S<t//ffrff 486,488

S^A, /wji' /oA;/ , 645, 654. H«B'

w4^<f 711,828

Saltnejfe caufe of motion in thefea,
789,5 II, C^-/-
Sarns,rchat 54

SammaiorSam^us 172

Samarch enet h 165

Samarchand 4^ 3

Samaria 1 5 1, 1 9 J'

SamaritanfeBjii^f. & fe<j- ^^-

tred betTveene them and the

J ewes, 152, 133. Difference

from the Saducees, 153, where

162, 163
Samaritan Chronicle 1 54

Samaritan letters the mfi anient,

94. Temple, I17.I54



Samech, a fchoele-degree, 142

Samatha 113

Samoits orSamoeds, 431. ?if«>

n'/-rx,43 2y(^>-feq. Their hard-

Jhip and manner of trauell ,

434. Images, Religion^ Per-

fons,ibid.

Samiel^SemixaSj^c. names of de-

uills 36,210

S^/^w 1 06

Saladine 280

S*?**^??"/?, hijlorie thereof J 547.

Samfaans 1 49

Sanaffes an Indian fe^ 500

Sanballat 117,152

SanHuarie at Tartum, 321 ^/i^f •

_/«;■, 3 30. Canopus , and other

places 5 79

Sands, fandiefea, 230,597,630,

640. S'lWrfrj- 507

Sapores * 357

Sangenotoloro 530

S^r^f^ 2:54

Saracon 280, 589

Saracens, who called,and rvhpi 34

ancient rites, tbtd.religton, 23/

r/7«r w^rrif/ ■i'W«' Alahumst

andh!sfHrcejfors,2'^6, &feq,

361. difiifiom,%-^i,2/^i. their

learning and learned men, 242

w/j^f Countrie of the Eafi they

fro fe fed, 40 3 . 6 3 5 . wor*? S^-

r^cf »j r/;c;« Chriftians 715

S/2r<r«a> 3 24

S^y^fcf 3 3 a

SardanapalM called Tonos Con-

colews.69. his defiruUion 72,

Aew WKc/? ^0(?i«/^ periflied with

htm 565

Sarmatians of Hat&armafisth of

two forts 394

SaruchanandSarncbanih 281

S^w^/jff* 475

Saturni who called 5 2

Saturntts the fame with Cai»t,<^z

of the Phuniceans 88. /w of^*r

names 9 1

S<i/7<»*^ 558

Saualets many voyagei 751

Scenites 234

Scorbfite or ScHrHie,69z. caufe of

tt 754-9°"

Scorpions 576

Scribes not a fe^ but afinnWon,

\ /^6jtwo forts of tbent ibid.



Scribe or RegiHer in the lewip

Courts 1 1 J

Scriptures fenfe, how diners, 16.

the myjlicall is mifl.aU and

mtffe-all iZ.Script.firJl penned

bj Alofes 3 6. digeftcd by Eijra

lO/^.hewmuchto beread\A->

Number of the boekj, chapters,

verfes:whofirfi author ofchap-

tersjiyz. the Trent decree of

Tranjlations 1 78

Scytha. 359

Scythta Z9^^&f:

Scythes a monfler 394

Scyihians,zy^, 3 5 z.whyfo railed,

394. their antitjuiiy, ciiflomes,

warres, religion, c^c. 395. e^/^

funerals, hatred ojforretn rites

^96. erne Itte, ibid, came from

ScanK^ia, ^96. their exploits,

ibtd

Scythfmus <- ^

Sea, the craation therof 1 1 . Dead

Sea 96. burning 238. fables

thereof 2(5 1

Seagaue way to Alexander and to

Cingis 402. large dfconrfe of

the Sea, and many obfernattons

thereof <^og. (^ f greatneffe,

depth, motions, <^c.tbid. profit e

by motion <jo?

Seared,feeieiAc. Other ctlouri

fee Water.

No Seafrozjcn. 74^

Sealesakjnde offi/hes 862

Sebapeopler anUpeople of Arabia

44.158,164

Sebua,Sebpiitans \ 54

Sebafiian King ofPartug, 6^0

Sebprians 431

SeasoftheChaldees,6T.. Of the

Hebrew es \j\6.& feij.ofthe If-

maelites 162, Mahumetans,

z'J^.&f.Turkes^o6.&c. Of

theSophi^ji.C^f.^^SS. Tar-

tars^i^tC^f ofth e Brachma-

»(f/.45 5. Oftheprefent Br4-

menes,^9o, in ljkalabar,i^9^

in ]apon^26. in Egypt ^j6.

^po.Fez. 5i9.5?8

Seedeofthe JVoman and theSer^

pent 3 2

Seegeoffeuen andtwentityeares^

37<5
Sf//*?* 549. The riches andrari-

ties thereof, 550. Their

Temflts,



THE TABLE.



Temfles, Images ^Monafteries^
rrocejfwns , &c. 55I. theif
VforkmanjTnp and ii'gltng 5 5 3i
whether Scilun h TapToi>arie,
ibid,
Stlim tht Great Turk? 283. &

Sihm the fcccnd , 285. Selitii

the great Afogolhorv r.tignwg

hu greatnejfe and co»dittc«s,

543.544.^-/^^.

Seleht 5l<5,53f^

Sella 61 y

Seleucia 58. turned into B^igdet

59. l>ni/t bjf SelctiCtii 73. with

eight other of that r.av.e 8 3

Seleucide 78

SeleHCtu worfl:iffed 1,1. his hifto-

rie 83.344

Seif-uccian familie of Turkjs ,

279.281

Ser/tiramis hrrpSar 5 2. her Ba-

hylon-btiildmgs ^<^,^6.not the

founder thereof !^i. her fepul-

chre 66.firJ} that made £«-

tinchs 71. abfife of her hus-

bands 'j6.f»ppofed the fouider

efthe Temple at Hierapolis ,

79. her Image there 80. in

Afedta 344. inuading India

4f<^i. Ethiopia 66-^

Senagariuer 6^j^.6j:^'^.6^6

Senachenb ouerthrorvn with "tAice

Sentence in the (^curtsofthe \ewes
howgiuen ] 1 1

Septuagtnts error in (^hrouolegie^
41 . their trarifatten vfcd by
the Hellemfls in their Syna-
gogues 137. Hiflorie of them
174.179

Serpents huge in Caranan 4:9.
5 04. i» Africa 5 5 9. <«< Bagra-
da^tbid. in (jutnea 648. Brafd
839. 842. 84;. 850. vpater.
fnake £43 . rvith wings m Flo'
rida q-j6

Serpent vfed to tempt Eue 25 . his
curfe 27. 191 . and of the olde
Serpent ,ibid.feed of the Serpent
"^1.7,7,. Serpent. Images in Be-
liuTemtjle <^6.honouredhythe
Phaniceans 88. Ophita 1^0.
J/rviP^ftb/es 161. rvorfiipped
by Arabi^ins 231 .Indians 498.
504. Egyptians 577, zAdeans



6%^. in Congo 6<)-j . in Pern

Serpents tame 6iz

Serug ''joj

Senttd.t a feeling hearfy • j o 7

Sethon King of Egypt 7 2

Seih borne ■^^■hts pojleritie 3 6

Scthiani 1 50

Semfonne of Noah 43. iir poflc

ritie 44 . the fame with Mel-

chifedech 46

Sem and Hafem 114.

Sefien, a my^icall number zz,m

dates, moneths,yeares i a i . Gt-

fcq. 5 :; 2

Setter tu his feueritie 8 2

Seuer.tie 8'lders,fee Elders.

SeuentieweekesofDan, 115

Se^harvaim 1 5 1

Seperatifis , a Sffl of (Jiiores ,

274

Sepulchre of^{aufolu4 332

Semiramis 66. of Ninm 76. of

the great Mogoll,j^-j'i,^:^-j. of

Simandius 565

Serapis ^J^>his Temple (fr "B^tes,

584.j85.586

Seres 399

Seriffo ofAIecca 266,& feq, in

Turtle 514

Serijfo of Barbaric his Hiflorie ,

628.1^/tff.

Sergius a Alonk* 24 3

Sefeftris 23 1.342. 566

Sfwf 621,622

Sharks 504.712.902

Caflle of Shame 621

Shauen Trtefls ^-ji.feeVncihi.

Sheep e with great t ailes 232.557.

M big as Horfes 778

Sbeepe multiplied in Htf^aniola,

732
Indian Sheepe 733

Shekel thevalue and forme 132
S/V Anthonie Sherlejes Trauels,

385

Shtf]:>ach a-adShache 67

S^«« 0/ /;;w w^/f /& refufeth his

brothers wfe 1 86. 2 16

Shomron i r i

Siam.Silott^ ofSion, a Cttie and

Kingdome in India ^^g. their

Houfesjniindations, Monk^s,

and SuperflitionSy tlid, their

^ods and Religions men a6o.

Stam bejieged 461.463.464



Sichem 1 44.. 1 5 2 . c.^lled Flauta

Citfarea dr Nables ibid,

Sichcmites Rcligioft 153

Sidon 90,98

Sickefolkft how vfudin langor/sa,

^ji.ifi Bcngala 474. /« .^/rf-

labar ^Q^, in Samara ^/^o, in

Virginia 764. 767. in Canada

J <^z.fn Florida '/l^.Venez.ve-

/(« 8 2 3 . Hifpan tola 910. Cw/-

a»a 831

Siluer how found in {JMinei IZi,,

"2^. how refined 7 24

Sibytls 3 5 1

S/^/// counterfeit 4^

Sinne of Euc m Paradifc what ip,
S I fn cjyidiu ', 7 .: ^ /'^ . -^^v ^ ^

S'»»^ Jr^rfC /'f «V : whence originall
fniie.and hew 28. the nature
of aUttall fmne^^ibid what ac-
counted finnes bji the 7'artart
41a
Sim an dint 565

Sinai I09.229

S;»e/>r 321, Image ofTroferpina
then , 585

SlOK io($

Sifuthrtu the fame with Noah ,

5 5. /^«- Chaldean Legend. ibid.
Silting a fgne of reuerence,flafu.

ding ofdignitie 690

Skulls t» the Temple of Mexico

how many goo. C^ 8 1 5

Sleds vfed by the Samolds^drawne

with Deere 431. their fwift-

bleeping "Biraes S43 . Sleeping

Snakes great and admirable ,

ibid,

Slobotea 431

Sir Thomas Smyths cemmtndati-

744'
4> myrna 231

Sccatera , or Socatore , 521,

Socrates his oath 32

Sodome, Sodomites 95. Hiflorie

thereof ^6

Sodomie ofTurkes, 293. 308.

310. Per flans t.'jo. Their

Priefis 371. Tartars /^i6.

Ckiuois 447. Peguans 467.

/» Barb.vrie 6 :;4 , /><i»» pitni-

Jhed in t/£thi}pia 681 . Flo"

rtda 775.(^781.823.882

Ac///



THE TABLE.



Softi 3 1 3

Sogan the ferHMts name in the

fiajl ofShacha ^-jSogdiana 423

Scfi, S^fi, or So}hf, Terfian title.

^j'i.rvhyfo called,tbi. the htflo-

rie of the Sofiet 3 19-^f'l-

Sofala.6'i6. frppofed Ofhir,iM.

■ the Mines 689

Soldamct 6g2.Theirche^pefale of

betifts, beaflly bahite and diet,

coloHr,idrc. 692.693

Soljma 1 06

Sotjman a name of diners Tnrki,

281.282

Soliman the (Jliagnificent. 284

Sopl>ene 78

Sophia chiffe Temple in CorJlnK-

tmopk turned tnto a OMcfchit.

Sommers Hands 910

^oHth Seafailedbji Vllaa and A.
larchon 781

SpHtb continent howgrcat.%67,.hy
whom difcouered. 864.865
Sonles immtrtalitie.i^o.Iejres o-
pinion of -three foules and one
fabbatarie.io^. Of great men
and meaner 822

S oale theSccho 827-

Souriejiicis 'J'yl.&f.

Spairie fubdned.i'^S ,6o/^.hor»g».
ttcrned 240

Spaniards how detejiedin the Phi.
lippwas. 5;^. in Tuba.cfi^,
Indian conceits of them and
their hoyfes.jS^.j86. in Peru
§7 8. Their cruelties in the In-
dies, 9 1 3 . d" feq. Their ciuill
rvarres »« Pern,^ 1 "j .intents for
England ibid,

Spaniardsfacrificed, Soit how-
fed in AraHco 866
Sparrcwes ^45
Speeeh bj rvhtjiling and hallowing

811
"- ' Str-mgeS^iders ,i^\^, very great,

648
Sphynges ^^8

^phynx in Egypt <^6-J

Spirit very ^od.j^.Onr SanWfer.
, 5. hu mannir of working, 7. 8
moiling on the wMers, 7

Spirits of man hotv procreated,

Stadim A prifonir in "Brafill.

836



St arret not animated, i o. what,
12. their greatnejfe and other
qualities ^ibid.falhng 157

Orders of St^rres 260

Tnrki,[h fancies efthem 306

Starresrvarjhipped 581.878

1J ogge.ftarre obferued 5 6^

Stone vporfhtpped 231

Stone kjfed at Mecca 268

Stoning how done, and for what

III
Stones pretisfts J and their vertues,

508
Stones rained, 531 .Stones jirange

904
Storkes pietie, 577. ChaUitie ,

578
Stratonice 79-^4

Stratontce* 83

Stratea 3 5 1

Straits of Magellan, 262. how of-
ten puffed by Engltfh men, 862
865
Students in the lewifh Law, i X i.
Their degrees,ib:d.in the Tur-
kjP) and their degrees 313
Suaqueni 672.707

SftchtHm a rich Citie of China,
436. hkely to bee ^infay,
ibid,
Succuir 427

Sucoth Beneth,6j. like a hen and
chick,ens 6 8.1 51

Sues jo6.SugMta 281



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