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SfigarCar.es 468.711

Sitgar- houfes er Ingentos tn Hi-
fpamoU 732

Suit an, of Per fa 279

Summer and JVi»ter,feeWinx.et.
Sumbrero '] 10. Sstmaehia z%6 ,
7Ay.S'^nne,hew feene tn-tVinter
at Pft(iez.cra 4 ; 3

Snnne loft before Stin.rifng, 881
lewifh fable of the Sitnne, 206,
Turklflj ■2,0'^.Mexican, 806.
Snn»e created, 1 1 . his excellencie,
I :^ , IVorfhtpped of the Chal-
dees,6o.Phmiceiins,9 1 ,Mea-
bites,9-;Jevi'es, 1 17. 145.148
I50.165. Arabians zii,r/\j^
Dreame thereof 2^ '^ ,260. Al-
banians 341. Parthians ■:;^S
350. Terjians 370. Chinois
447. Indians /^'^^, ^96.^92.
5 16.5 27. 5 ?4. 5 3 6. 660,6 J J.
685.702.767.771,781,821,



822.828.881.883.907.741.

y^^.SyS.Eclipfe ofthefun,6o
Siiperftitiens whyfg called, 20. &

53, credulottt, ancient, 82,

nature of it, 9 2. offom Chnjli.

ans,\^\. cruelty oftt. 5 8 •>
Supererogation 1 3 8.1 39

Surtnas 349. Sfirena a dignity,

36s
Sus a Region in Africa 625

s«y^« 164.362

Smftneffe of fome Arabians 6^7
Brafiltans 840.845

Cjreat Swimmers 848

Swine fet ouer the gates oflertifa.
km 1J-7

Sn>ine holden vncleane in Sjria,
8 1. Thanicea 9 1 . ludea 118
Arabia before Mahamet 235
by Mahomet, 255. 257. wA/,
262. by the Pefinuntians ^22.
Scythians 395. 7'<»rr/!r/j4 1 2i
Samoeds 431, Egyptians 577.

iwinenotmfl:edby the Perfianm
defptteofthe Turkif} religion.
3 89. facrificedin the Phtlippi-

noi 55'^«S77

i'M'w J ^flw w^wj daily [pent m

Cantana(fitie of (fhina 435.

chiefs foedthere, prohibited by

feme Afiores aa^

Swine with hornes,^c^, 537. Jvith
Namlls on their backes,^-^^ 2 . in
CJHiana twoforts,2^ 2. in Bra-.
fill, one Iming in both elements,
8 3 5 .Swiw «» Terra Anfiralu,
865. Synagogues at Alexan-
dria &c.\ \ ^,at Itrufalem &c
1 1 J. the rites therein vfed. wj
118. Of Moderne I ewes 162,
&fea.goingthither, i^^.fofn

thence.ii)^. ofwamen 20^. Sy-

ras a Per fan C/rif 3 8 1 . 382.

Syria and Affjria confounded,
7 5 .how deuided ^ beu»ded.j^
habitation of ty^dam, Noah,
&c.ibid.Syrian Kings Z-^.&f.
283. Syrian Goddeffs jp,who

fhe was 79. dijftringfro Ater-

gatis , ib, Syrians worflnp.fijhes,

anddoftesSi. effeminate ibid.

Syriake language 47,179,189

249. Alterations of Religions

in Syria 86. Syrinx 3 24

Syrephanes hps profane pietie, 582

Taautiu



THE TABLE.



TAautHs or Thoyt h 88

7'/e/'rfirc(7,75i,75 5,832. ta-
ken with a forked pipe and for
diumatioft , ()oj, 781, 803,
827
2al>U ofthcfunne 660

T-^hernacUofthelfr.\\^. the hi.

fiorie thereof, tbid,

Feafl of Tabernacles , 125. Negle-

ited from the time of lofttah to

Nehemtah,iz6. hoTvkeptfibi.

Tacape 556

T^icofamit the Japtmatt 526

Tailed people 540, 548

Tale oftailes 847

Talapojcs religious perferts of Pe-

git, 464. their initiation and

rites ^69,&f.

Talent, how much, 565. amongfi

the hcbrcwes, 1^66. the Talents

which D.iuid left to Salomon,

how much m our monts,tbid.

Talks 310,214

Tahth 194

T'iltfman 514

TAlTnHdwhat,\^\.when^why,and

how compofed, \69^&feq. of

Bab. and leruf. tbid. ak itrdi'

ties thereof 173, &feq,

TclfyMdtfis err our p 8

Tamas Ktngof^erfia, 286. his

fiorie 382

Tn'Mbarane an Idol 5 o I

Tamen, Tangif, and Tamegme,

names of China, andChmois,

Tamendoas a ftrange beafi, 835

Tat 573

T/imut and Thamuz, a 'Prophet

mourned fir by the Zabif or

Chaldees,6 \ . Phoenkeam ,89

150

Tamerlane, 86,379,399,423,

defcription of his perfon, and

txpl'Jtts 424

Tamor-Can 406

Tan^rolipix iic),-^i6

Tanais a goddejfe 3 5 9 > ^ 7 1

Tanats the rifter,^/:^'^, accounted

holy 419

Tanger 98

Tantalus 325

Tanauth 427,428

Tangtt ^66



Tarandus

Targum

Tank,

Tappyrt

TaprobanA



S59

174,182
238

3SI
54P.5 5i



Tarjht/h, founder of the Ctltctans

,44
Tarfus a Cilician citie, 44. bwlt

by Sardanapalus, 72. an Vni-
uerfitie 334

Tanchdo. 1 04

Tartak^ I 5 1

T<?r/<?rj,i 37,278,281,286,289
retgne m Perfia, zj6, ©" feq.
the hifiory ofthem,ri,^().C^fee].
their origtnail, 400. not from
the ten Tribes, ibtd. their frji
Tribes and rudenejfe, 40 1
Their exploits andconcjHffis, 402,
403, 404, their greatnejfe.
Chronologic andfucceffion,Ao6
yVritcrs of the Tartarian hifio.
rie, ibid, examination of their
htflarie, ^oj.&-[eq. their re-
ligion,^! I . &feej. Sealeofthe
Tartar EmpetoHis, ^o^. In-
fer iptions and letters, 413. their
cuftomes,perfonSypi'fiures. tents,
ibid, thetr dtuinations,Priefis,
Afirologie, 414. Marriages,
feUs, Grc. 4 1 <> . Vfurie funerals,
41(5. magmf cent fcafis. Pala-
ces, games .417. &feq. Alte-
ration of religion andftate, 419
&fecf. the Precaptte e^ Crim'
Tartars, ^19. Caz.an, Afira-
can, (ir Tartaria Deferta,^ 2 2
their diet, and hawkntgfor hor^
fes,ibtd, the Zagat hay ans,/^!"^
Caraboior biatl'-heads, ^25.
their changes m religion , and
of the Aicrduits and Aicxij ,
tbid. theKings,Colmakj,&c.
426, Rites generall to all
Tartars , ibid. Tartars in la-
pon ^ ^ -

Taugafi chiefe Citie ef the firfi
Turkes 278

Tauris. 237.288.346.384
Techellis 389

Teeth blacky efleemcd beaiittfuU,
^6-]. 481. 506. 524. 824.
901.
Teeth made white 8 24

Tednrfi , the hojpita/itie there ,

624



Teflis 286,343

Telenfm 607,610

Temefna 614

TelmijfeanSffoothfaierSf 3 26, 3 34
Tendata J34

Temples firji erected bj the Egyp-
tians 564
Temples idolatrous ofJBelus, 5 6,
5 8. of Apollo at Bab. 5 9. offe-
nus,6 '^,68.ofthe moon at Car-
r^, 7 5 . of Syrian goddejfe, 79 .
of Apello Daphni&Hs and Diana
82. of Mincrua,^^.that at le -
rufalem named if Jupiter -
lympius,?,^. of Natt<ca,%^, of
hicicriaat Antioch,S ^, at Da..
mafcus, at Tyre, 89,90. r.t Bi.
bios, Sg.m Libanus,9 1 . of Da- ■
gon,ibid. at ty4fcabn,-gz. in
Cajius, 95. of Salomon and Om
thers in lerufalem , 1 07. 1 1 6.
at Samaria, llj. at Leontopo-
lis, tbid. at Cafarea, 118, at
Panium,Rhodes,Sebafte,ibi. at
Samaria, 152. at ty£lia, i^j.
OK Alount Sinai, 2 29. />? Pana-
r^, 23 3. ofYenus in Arabia,
235. ofDamafcus,^i'j. Bag-
det, 2^1, Mecca, 2 j^^,26^,26S
(^feq. at Medina, 270. of
Chriftians made Turkjjh, 285,
29 7. & fe<j. at Theke Thtoi,
311. Temple of Saint Sophie,

^91-&feq'
Temple at lerufalem entred by ex-
communicates, 113. What day
heganne, 1 67. built by Salcmo

114. the charge and ccfl there-
«/. I r 5 . d" 5 6 5 . fecond temple.

115. inferior infue t hinges to
the former, 114. the fixe and
fcrtie jeares ir.terpreted, 1 1 y,

whether quite pulled downe by
■ \'ierod,\h\d.how exceeding the
former, 1 16.1 ultan -would kaue
rebuilt if, ibi d. I ewes exjpe£l
third Temple, 186. 221. pray
for It, \9-j.2o6.faBingfor the
Temple 211

Temple at Comana.,'^ 20, (J^i'fori-'
mena^(^anabala,D iopolis,(^c.
ih'uat Zela -^zj.ofthe Gala-

> tians ^\h\. Nice, ■:!,22, Paphla-.

gonia, ^23. Phrigia, 324, (^f.

Adrafiia,^ 2%,at Cy^iciii,ih\.

in other places of ^f^fia minor,

329



THE TABLE.



539. &f,ofD ianA Leuce^hry-
Tia,'^^ o.Epheftan, 951. &f. of
Armenia ^■^■^'). Albania^ 541.
Colchis , i b i . ty^ pat ana ,343.
'Parthians, 350. Per [tans, 360.
■^jo.&f.at Ardoml, ^^2. of
Scjithuns, 595. of t^chlUs^
7,9"], at Samarcand, 424. ««
Tanguthj/^2%. of the lugures^
430. /« china j^^c, at Nyfa,
,^'^7.inPeg(t^^6^. Cambria,
j^S^. Sa/feitfj 488. tnother
places of India, 489. at Cale-
r«^49i,492. at ^tlacare,
i^9^.at Ctd.^mbar.i», 499, «.=>
lapon, 5 2 (5. 5 3 1 . w Zeilan, 5 ^ 1
<!/^ (fhemmis., 5 64. others in £<.

of Serapis, 584. oftyimmon,
S91 ' dff.at Cairaoan,6o^.at
Fe^,6\6y(it Tez,z,it,6iz.TeM-
plei in \{ea, 61^, at A'ffjfa,
62 f . at Mc.rocc9.\h\A. i>i the
hill Amarafi-j']. in ZJirginia,
'j6 5 .in (^hololla, 786. tn Me-
xico 799. O'f. in I neat an, 812
Cjrf.inCo[amtlfi\T^,tn Peru.
881
Teki-'pha 2 20

Te».irife^ 7T3. the pike or high

hill, ibid.

7'cphtllim 173. T 95

7frr<j Aii^ralis, 863. dico»rfes

and difcoKenes thereof^ 853.

864

/ 1:6



Terafhim 1

Ternate,^l6.^'^'].&feq,
TeZ'^a 622

Tez.-:ttco 788

Te^calipKCA 19^ -7 91

Thahor 1 j

ThamM3j name of a moueth. vid,

Tfimnt.
TharafirB Image-makfr 5 3
Tharfm 94

Thebals m Egypt 5^2.5 ^-^

Thelpet '' 428

Thehes, 94. 5($5. 5(5(5. 589

Theobullam 1 50

Theo do fan author of the florie of

BelandtheDra(rm 68.179
Thtmai \ 64

Thernma,! 3 1 . Therm^don, 3 1 9.
Thefpefan 579

Scenes howpH/iilhed hy the lews

a 1 •]. allowed by the Georginns,



343. o^;»«* ?« ?/7f Scythians ^
3 g^.prefently and cruelly exe.
cftted by the 'Tartars^ 4.09. ««
Termate 537

Thiras father of the Jloracians,^
Thogarma, whence the names Ty-
^Mesand Tygranokerta, 44.
278. OWf of Saint Thomas ^
497 . J'<?<»f Thomas lland^

Thomas. ChriJiians A.9A

Theyth S8.575

Thopet Can 403

Strange thundeT'Clap 692

Thunder god in Pent 878

Thubal father of the Iberians, 43
ThumenTart ars 422

Tiara of the Perfans 361

Tiber iM 104

Tibareni 323

Tides inTegu, 468, «» Cambaia^

. 47P
Qaitfes andvarieties of tides and

fea- motions 5 1 1.789

Ttdore 516

Tigris, I p. the ouerf owing there-
of ^^.mtxedwith Euphrates
neere Seleacia^ 58. thetownes
thereon, 59.7:. defolatedci"
ties by a deluge, 74. thefvtft-
nejje,' y6. the name^ 3 3 9-
340
Tigers, caufe the feeple to lodge
in trees, 46 1 . <!W /o _/<■/ r^f ;>
houses on psfis , C/T. 468.
admirable ejcape from ene,
502
Tigres of the Sunns 828

7»^«^j 778

Time what f 6. tim: and motion
ttpinnes, i ^.computation ther-
cfdiHerfe^ I I 8. v^tcertame^
fabulous, hiliiricall 592

Tinge ^ or Tanger, 6 08. 6 i 2.

613

Tingitana 6o%.6iz

Ttngoftys 43 1

TiV^w 88.

Tippaia ^j6

T/rc.i/? 151

Tithes h'W far re LeHiticall ,

130. Som: reckon foHre forts,

130. of rrh.it^how paid,where

and by whom, 131. Officers

rcceiHed them -A 1 3 2

Tithes hedge of riches jl^l , paid



byTfirkes,-^oj^, atFe-c, 616.
621. to the Seriffos, 6 3 o

T^^«* 2n

TlVlttVM gjp

Tlaxcallan, ygg

Tombuto 644. 6 j^

Tomineiosfmall bird^ great won- -j-

der 735

Tomxmbeim jg.

Tongues confounded 4^



To<'W»4



431



Tor, /A(?r, £^;e» G"f^«-, 7c(J.
Torlaquis, 309. their wickednes.



Tortofa

Tor toyjes great

Totaphoth

Touches fupersiit ions f



310

141

271.

27*

Tower of "Babylon 4 J. J S

TowerworPnpped 231

Traditionane leweSf i ^2.thetr

habitations J l^o.Xjo.iC^ feq,

equalled 1 Scripture 171

Trdnfations of Scripture »;w,

I7<>
VulgarTranjlatiin 178:

Tranfyluama 287.

289
TranfubfiantiatioH 808

TrapeK,ond 283.

320
Treafon like a falling ftarre, j 57
Gunpowder treafen J 91 7. (^feq,
Treeforbtdden,ig.2^. 261. fa-
bulotujpeakjng treeseftheZa .
^^ 61

Trff-f vfedin the FeaH ofTaber.
nacles 207

Trteswi)rjiipped,27;i>2^^.i^<^6,
498.648. 879
Trees of India, 505.506

Trees in faponveryfirange, 523,
Asjirange in Ciumbulon.^yS,
in Congo, 69^.m}slfira»ge in
Sumbrero, jio, in tht Ilandof
Saint Thomas, 7 1 1 . «» Hi<'r-
riJ, 713. where Hudfon winte-
red, 744- '/"'I? "* 7?'/'«V/j Xw^
^bibetba dwelt, 1 2 1 .«« ^r/s-
// 843

Tremifen Coy

Tribes ef Ifrad , their ptrtion,
103, their Cities royall, 10.^,
Tribes tn Arabia 2 3 i

Tri?iiti*



THE TABLE.



Trimtie m vnitie.^. ^, where fett-
ftble,lo^,£th>ttke concettsther-
gf 489. 885

Trifhyltiis a» jiral'iandeitie.z:; ^
Trmidaclo. 827.828

Trip lit ^n Indian Idol. 500

Tripolistn B^rharjSoi. deferi-
bed. 660

Triptelemfis. ^69

Troglodjtx. S99

Tror, htfto7j thereof and thtfre-
Jent rmnis. 3 26. 3 27

Ve aft of Trumpets. 125.208.^/.'
Trtitnpet Mahometicall, 363
Truthhowmightie. 11 6

Tul-akam ftippoftdrnlcati. 34
Tttbar. 541

Ttibiens. 1 50

Tr.cfd^ySabathmGmnea, 651.
inPancora. 854

Tunin er Toman.i, 822.823

Tunes, 2 8 <y.hifi»rj of the City and
i^ngdonie , 601. & ftq. 604.
teen by the Turkfs tbs, aeltcacj
there vfed , 637. fee Mulc-
affes .
Turkes origii-ill. :^, 278.3 59.^
fe. -^91 jhetr firftreltgi9n,z-j%
language 279. conqttcfi ofPer-
fia,ib.^'^6-j.ef6therpartsof
Afia,z2,'i, onerthrowne by the
ChrifiiaYisoftheWcfl^ tbi.by
the Tartars , zSj, cg/ri^uered
t^fia, tbi. agrextpart of Eh-
rope,zS2.tvith Conflantinople,
ty^gypt ^c. 283. &f. ouer-
throTVfie at fea by lehn ef An-
firta, z%6,in Hn^garie^ 287.
rebellion and ctmllwar , 288.
Emperours fepiilchres ^tbi.war s
vithihe 'Perjiafi and amengfl
themfelnes , 3,80,290. The
great Tfirkfs handicraft, hu
Takeners^ Huntfmen, concu-
bines, offfcers, &€. 390. lani.
JCAries.z^i. thstrZHna , and
Cfiraam,ib. their 8. comman.
diments, 292. Praier, AlmeSy
Sacrifice Jb. Mariage, Women
Adultery, Murthcr, 293 . op/'-
nions^zg^.&f. temples,z9%,
(^f. hofpitals, 299. penances,
300, Turkjfh mantr of praying
3 00. 3 o I . ofbltffwg^their wt-



men , of preaching, fabath , lent
ibid. CircHfHCifion. 302. of Re-
ne gadoes, 303. vi ft at ion of the
[ickea^dfuneraU, -^07,. fancies
of the end of the tvortd , lafi
tudgement , paradife and hell.
^05. crfe. their ziotarics and
feUs, 106. &ftq. denoted to
death , 3 07. their Calenders,
deniifes, c^c. 308 . &f.f.ttMts
vowes , pilgrimages and other
Popijh obfruations, 310. their
Prtefis, hierarchy, col ledges,
&c. 313. &f. iUfucceffewith
the Per fan, 3 'i^.&feq. A pa-
thetic a II defer if t ion of Turkjfh
tyranie, &c.^ 15. &feq.
Turkss greatnejfe in Africa, 613
T]«rc<» /»<»»/■<«. 379.3 38.340. 343
375.423
Turkesand Perfianshot dijfenti-
ons for religion, 389

Tyrrheni-u. 330

Typhon a Dragon, 83 . Ph<c»icean
Cod Si's, in Egypt , ^6g. his
legend, 570, my fiery thereof.

Tyrus called Sur, 87,90. taken
with aflratagem. 94

Tyrannus Prieft ef Saturne his
knauerj. 585



V



VAlboM aUs.
Varranes.
Vaygats.
Veadar,
Venetians,
Jhtez,iiela ,



817
357

119

284
823



Venns worjhipped with filthy rites
in Babylon, 6^, called Mylit-
ta,andothernames , tbid. her
Temple, 6^, Venus Frania,
77. hatched »fan Egge ,81.
the fame with luno ^9, filthy
rites 91. in Arabia, 235.265
CircaffiA , 343. of Veniu,
878
Hands of ^apeVerd vnhelfome,

903
Verteas, 482

■ X ^



yerus a valnptuotts Emperour. 8 2
Veffels of gold m the Temple of
£elta. - 56

pefpafan, S3. 585

Inter duos f'efperas e.'cpounded,

flicar title ef the Pope, andAfa-

humnan C^dtfas, 240,388
filhgagHon. 837

Vienna. 384

Vine of gold. 363

Viper of 16. dibits, 455

Viracochas Irgend, 2j^,Peruvi.

an Cod. 877

J'tracochiea name by the Indians

giuen to the Spaniards , 722,

878

Virgins preJIitute,feeW'ife : alfo

498.501.566.638.749

Virgins facrificcd. nq-j

V.rnns and rvmes, encouracers in

war.

^37,
Virginia -ji^^, firfl voyages and

pLntations , 755. Northern
Plantation there byfVeflern.men
-JS C.fouthern T'lantaticn, ibii
& fDiuers votages andfup-
pliesfcKt,']'^-].-]'^%.1^9, Cati-
fes ofillfuccejfein this bufinejfc
759.769. Captaine Smiths de~
fcription of the (fofintry , 760
&peeple ']6\,commodtties ,ib,
&f 'Religion, 763, &f. Their
Wiroances , 'Friejis , Warres:,
cen:eitcfourmeH, 1 61. idols ^
^6^, dettil-rvorjhtp, temples,,
fepulchreSyfongs jSiy.facrifice
of Children, feajls and dances,
-j66.heland heauen, j6^ .765
et her ^ites aiid opinions , 767.
Pbyftke, dances. Natural cot).i
ditiensQrc. j6S . their Oece^
nomieand polttie. j6%.-]69
Vitz,liputxAi Cod of the Mexi-
cans^ 790. defcribed with bis
rites, ^9$

Pncapt, 400, 66§

Vnderfianders,afeU. 374

Jhieormtsivhsre, 472

fi^' 503

540-^47
feea/fo 6j2,6j6

Sea Vticorfus hornt, 'j'^6

Vuiu'erfi



THE TABLE.



'fkitisrjlties or Sehooles of learning

tn Babylon ^6 ji^. & (5/. /» £gyp^

a;id9iber places, d^^.'it Ba^det

■]^.l6o.am9>ig{lthe IfraeliteS

1 17. Their degrees and orders,

lA2.at (^ordubft^ 160. Teleda,

thid,ai'Tiberiai,\6i, at Salo-

nichi and S.ifetta, i6i.in other

f laces ibid, or fecj. of the Sara-

ce:^s z^2.2^2.zjj.7 firkjs and

theirnine degrees ^l^.at Tar-

fiu -i^^^.mTerfa ^j-^. none It

China,btit yet degrees of fchosle

458. FKiturfttics trt Siam j^6o

in (apon 5 26. & f. in Samntra

^^■^.at Alexaftdria 584. Cairo

587. Bugmmd Conjiantina,

601. t» Tunis (5o4. Tripolis

6o6.^.tTelenfm 610. at Fejfe

6iy.6zi. 622. at Marocco

6zj.in Ethiopia 682. Mexico,

195

l^nniyngri 2?^

VoorT)airisf lapon 535

Volga a great Riner 422

XJjlogefm and l^ologefocerta 7 t,

Vctaries^ofTurkes,~^o6.&f. Of

Tarta'S,^\ 5 ,4 1 6. OfJndiayis,

454,455. more then popjfhly

JiritiinSiam 459. in P^g",

469 Ilk: the lJec!j in CaUcMt^-

A9A,A()^.9^TflOHchi ^<)C).Lo-

ango 701 .Mexico y 801,802,

810.

Vomngthemfelues to death, 307

65(5

Vraba. 821

rraniaandFrotalt 351,570

'Ufon 88

Vfurj, 185,258,305.41^,445

Vticanow Btferta 604

Vulcan 34>564

Vftlcanos tr burning hills, 525

5 37,541, 548,622.Hf^/<«744

Popocaiepec ■j26 Guattmala,

^i^,ii ^.inGronland, J :!,6.&

737,7Si

vv

WArdand Danske^Ty.
rats 6iz

Warre,M^ihoff3ets preaching 252^
fVafhing di/hes not vfed by the
Tartars 413

iVafhiMgvnlnvfull 476

JVapiing fft et why vfed of I ewes



and Gentiles 1 24

wafhing ofihelews.i^o.i^j,i9^

194, 199. Afahumetaniz'^^,

z<6.P*guans ^jo.Bengalans,

AjA-Cambaians, 483.<5f ^oa,

48(5.489.490. 493. Turkes,

292,300

PVaters in the Creation what , 7.

abene the firmament 9

Water Wirllnpped, 1 49 , 3 70, how

371,412,571,778

IV at ers turning intojioneT^ 3 7,,'jery

hole 87:;, 901, 904

IVater fprinkjed in benediBtons,

651.

fVrter 1 trie offender i, (553,690

700. hote andcolde in the fame

Cifternt • 881

Water of theSeawhite, '^x^.verie

clear e 537. coucredwtth weeds

y^i^jii.blackjJ^z.redSz^.

white M milke and meale, c^c,

904

/fCiffrSc^rcf 641,(542,^43. en'

gendtrjng Toads and IVormes,

820

WMchmen in the htoke ef Enoch,

■^6. their names ibid.

Witches of the day and night \ \ 9

Weapons tnchanted and poyfoned,

541 542

Wedrineffe ofbodie andmindehow

differing 640

Weeke,andwhy wee^-dayes called

feri^ 119

Wsekjrs 1 5 5

W.tghts inuentedbj Kaine 34

Wymouths Difcoueries 742

Whale IjU^e 504

W'jales bones Urge 625

Whale .ffl}ing,'j /^2.fight betweene

the Whale ^ Swsrdfi/h andThre-

/l:ey 902

Whale fiain by a S,hip.l^<^, erdma-

rte length of a. Whale 742

Wheele of computation 806. «»

fiead ef writing 8 79

W/apoco 8:^0,831

Sir Hugh W.lloughbee froz,tn to

death 515)7^^

W,nt£rh»w reckoned betwixt the
Tropikjs^%Ai.&f.^6-^, how
fpent 485.719720

Winter and Summer neere neigh-
bours at the fame time, 48 4. »«
Pent 874



Wlderneffe of Arabia 230

Wiues tn India immured with
their dead husbands 497, buri-
ed cjutcke 498

Wines tn India burned themftlues

^^^.Jitllobferued 458, 474,

481,487,496,6^/. 541,822

805,834,

Wife changed, 162. honoured 215
hervncleanenejfe 216

Wtues projlitutea 342. 348.427

429,467490,492,351,599

600.622 712,713,824

Wiues flame at thttr husbands

death 652

Winds tempeHufffts 448,774,9 1 o

903
Windes conjla n cie, 9 o

Wtndes Eteftj 563 .vnder the Line

711
W.ndes worP:tppedi6^, 370. le-

wifhdreamesefthcWmde, 191

ofthfWindeTabbath 207

Wine abjiatned from, \af],Z%'].v.
fed bj the Per fans, 392. Eg-^p-
tiant^ 571 ^allowed tofome Ma-'
kumetans 621,622

Wifemcn or ao^ti of the lemes^i 3 S

140

Witneffes , who may not be, HI,

185

whip andwhippifg with the Itwes

"?

Womens /ipparell ginen in dtf~

grace in Per fa 279

Women ex cifed or circumcifed,

590,577
Women performing ffces of men

581

AWoman Adrr.irallto the Km?

of Acem 549

Women turned into pten^z 3 o, 5 3 1

&f.

Woman s creation^ \ 6,1 f.fall, 2 5.

pur.ifhmet ,27. menfiruoui a-

mongfl the Zabij 6 ^ .fee Iev\ cs,

Angola.

Women lamented Th.imuz,, 89,

might net bee witnejfes, t 1 1.

fubie^l to prohtbitiue precep's,

not affrmat iue, 183.195 .puri-

fcatioM,\^2,z\6. whywomeit

dietntr/iueU 203

Wi/wen cheapefolde S30.85O

Womens rites in fenits Temple 65

Women Eutmches 3 29

Women



THE TABLE.



Tfoomin'- hardie and lab er ions,
749 warrioHrs^Szi .fit; Ami'
zons, 859.841

jV^mcn enioyncd to be veiled, 255.
other rules 257-

^anner ofhurning the -women or
nfiues in Jndia ^96

jryo^ders of the world, Buhylon, j j
Penfile gardens, 56. Rhodian
CoUjfe,z ^ 6, EpheJianTitKple,
351 .Maufilits tambe,-^ 3 i.the
Pj/r amides 567

Wonders at Sodome g6

Wird of God in the Creation ^
what, p

Word, why crcatedji/^.w IpiritH.
allfenfe, 5 ? . end of the world as
lewesfajj zz-^, after, Mf-ho-
met,Z'^^,i62.andtheTurkes,
3 c^.S'fe!j-Siamites,/^6o -Pe-
guans,^1o.Mogols,^']%, Cam^
hAians,A^%1. at Chandegrin,
501. Zeilan, 551. Tertt, 880.
Mexico, 8o5

Wir Id habttable wholly, izo. 741

W^rmes breeding inmens flefi at
£oghar,:/^z-^, in Guinea, i^S,
ttherwormes, 814. wermes
which creepe in at thefundA-
punt 843.839

fFrtting, with pencils and chara^
£lerS:i\o-},. aljofeure wa^esbj
jtnre Nations ^^kixA. of the In-
gttres andTartars,j^:^o^ of e-
ther/, ^61, of the Egyptians



two wayes, 581. of the Ethiopi-
ans, 66j^, ef the Afexicans,
811 , of Nicaragua, 815. by
tVheeles 879.805

X

XAindn 415

Xerxes (polled theTcmple of
Belus,<^6, His law for the Ba-
bylonians, 6S.expeditfon,:^2g.
355. ^j I. his mad f ride f ibid,

355
1{oldanns Ximenius 731

Y

YEares interpreted of the
Mbone,S'i,, how meafured by
the lew es 120

Tattgortans 4.3 1

z

ZAbij the fame with theChal-
dees : their hiflorie, 6 1 ,C^f.
their bookes and fables, ibid.
Their Magicke andwsrjhip of
Diuels 6z

Zachia a riuer in hell 2 60

ZagathayanTartars 423

Zauelhenfes 4.2 1

Zaire riuer of Congo 6<i6.6<^y
Zambra chiefe cttie in Sthtepia
defer ibed 683

Z amort orEmperonr of Calicut,

491
ZanagHy their cHHoms,6/^\. their



religioHimen 6az

Ziin^ibar or Zangfscbar 68^

Zarmamchagas aErachman,bur-'
ned himfelfe , a^^

Zcale ignorant, like hell 83

Zebra j^g

'2^^'''^, 32I, 371. NauaZtml.1,

5 « •y.Zeila,6%;^, theKmu of

Znlas triumph rg^

Zelota,i^6. Zetlan,feeSeihn.
Zembrelaks, 555. 696. 704.
Zempoallan n%^

Zsmes,z%7, Z ernes or IdoL of

Pii^aniola,()o-].& feq.
Zenobia, 3 jy. Zent brethren and

Zichmuijj^6. &feq.
Zcpangu .535

Zetfa ^12

Zibith, 284. Zigeth 285

Zigantes <5oo

Ziz. a great bird, 182.225

Ziz.is,i^i. 173. 194. ^^'J'^.
ZlataBabaafable ajj,

Zoah i^i

Zohot 261

Torrid Zone confuted ■718

ZoroaFter,66.i66. 3^7, 368.

... 397.573!

Zopyrtu hts jtratagem, 70. 355

Zuiria 341

Zuna 2pi. 30(5

Zunz^un thepond of Mecca, 268.

the ceremonies there for pur"

gtngfinns ie^

Ztchit 24*



FINIS.



I



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S^erice in them to rvhom it belonged at the pre fl'i ) h.iue CQ/rupud the fenfe. 7 he' faults are many : ftub.rs arein exotil^e
'jnguages, margtna'.lnctes, falfc pointings, or meerelytttirall, I hope ihipvhich can fnde, can andrviU amend. Theft
)thtrsrvfmhbauepaffedinthete.\t, Ihauehetrecndciioured to acquaimtheemth, andiraytheeto amend before thou
readefi -■ defirm^ldie fauour, if a>iy nther haue efcaped my bajlie enqmrie. C-iy farre dwdl'mg, andneere feanh for futh
intelligmccjsmightbemfiiihee, would not fufer mee to attend the prcfje my fclfe, rvhicb hxh thcrebytbus oppr ejfed both mce and
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