Adams, Walter M.  
The house of the hidden places: a clue to the creed of early Egypt from Egyptian sources — London, 1895

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188 Note on Kalendar of'Ancient

China. [Ch.

that in almost every case they signify an Egyptian

festival, as follows :—

Titles em-

Egyptian

i Signification of

Corresponding

ployed by

Phonetic

Egyptian

Egyptian Festival

Szema Ch'ien.

Yu Chao

Equivalent.

Equivalent.

or Doctrine.

Ioh-Khaou

Moon-Day

Birth of Moon.

Chiang Wu

Chinka-Oue

Separation

Separation(cele-
brated twice a
month).

Chu-Li

Khouo-Lai

Abundant Re-

Great Festival





joicing

(Kalendar).

Shun-Hang

Sheu-N-Ankh

Altar of Life

Fire Altar (Ei-
tual).

Sheh-ti-Ko

Sheu-Ti-Koi

Altar of the

Fields of Aablu





Fields of God

(Paradise).

(Jhao Yang

Khao-Ch'ink'

Separation of
Day

Burial of Osiris.

Tan-eh

Tanglic

Preservation

Oneof thestages
in the Path of
Light.

Chih-Hsu

Khi-Shu

Dart of Sim

Dart of Shu
(turn of the
year).

Ta Mang-Lo

Taia-Maein-Laou

Panegyric of the

Sail of the Baric





Sail

ofRa(Bitual).

Ch'ih-Fun-Jo

Khi-Foon-Ioli

Dart of Hairs of
Moon

Locks of Athor.

Kwan-tu

Koun-Tou

Within the Wall

Festival of "Hid-
den Lintel"
(Ritual).

Hsieh Hsiah

Hsiolie Hssa

Measure the

Fields andPaths





Fields and

of the Dead.





Regions



The expression " Within the wall" is particularly


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