Birch, Samuel   [Hrsg.]
Catalogue of the collection of Egyptian antiquities at Alnwick Castle — London, 1880

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INDEX.

349

ring, 94; on a scarab, 131; titles of, on a

scarab, 133; worship of, restored by Ai,

142 ; inscriptions relating to the house of,

offerings of, 162; "lord of the south and

north," on a ring bezel, 219
Amen-Ra-Meri, on a scarab, 145
Amen-ra-neb, on scarabs, 106
Amensarakhu, a pylon at Karnak, inscriptions

relating to, 200, 201
Amensat, or A messes, princess, daughter of

Amenophis I., 56
Amensat, daughter of Suatemabutu, name of,

on a tablet, 276
Amen-tat, prenomen of Thothmes III., on a

scarab, 124, 132
Amenti, Four Genii of, vases in shape of the,

338; see Genii
Amenuahsu, figure of, 298
Amenur, name of, on a scarab, 155
Ami-hannu, temple of, 237
Ampulla or Vase, specimens of, 176, 177, 178,

181; inscribed, 101
Amsemshaaf, son of Mama, figure of, on a

tablet,' 281

Amset, or Mesta, a genius; inscriptions relating

to, on model coffins, 244; human headed, on

a tablet, 320; mummied, on a tablet, 323;

vases, in shape of, 330, 331, 332; inscription

relating to, on vases, 330, 332
Amsi, or Khem, god; figures of, 14, 15; figure

of, on a tablet, 314; inscriptions to, on an

obelisk, 325, 326
Amsu, son of-ranf, priest of Osiris, tablet

of, 321

Amulets, scarabasi and other beads used as,

103—167; rectangular, 135, 140, 142, 144;

rectangular, inscribed, 160, 161; sepulchral,

uses and specimens of, 222—235
An..., a judge, figure of, on a tablet, 302
Ana, family of, 274 ; mother of Abauankh, 274 ;

sister of Abauankh, 274; son of Hant, 273 ;

Abauankh, son of, 273
Anaa, sepulchral figure of, 249
Anagram of titles and prenomen of Thothmes

III, 133—135
Anai, a female figure on a tablet, 308
Anana, a female, figure of, on a tablet, 272
An^-hes, on a finger-ring, 94
An^-sa-an-ua-en-ra, on a signet-ring, 95

Anepu, see Anubis

Angle-shaped amulets, 234, 235

Anhetp, name of, on a tablet, 276

Anhor, or Onouris, the Egyptian Mars, forms

of the god, 9 ; on a Cypriote cylinder, 341
Ani, guardian of the altar, buckle inscribed

with the name of, 227; invocation of, 316
Animals, sacred, 39—53; methods and varieties

of objects representing them, 40
Animal-headed deities, origin of, 40
Ankh, a chancellor, name on a scarab, 157
Ankh, son of Kamasi, tablet of, 318
Ankhenmau, Kheperenhesi son of, 256; sepul-
chral figure of, 259, 260; Naskheperenhesi
son of, 260
Ankhenmer, Naskheperenhesi son of, 260
Ankhensa, or Ankhenkhar, sepulchral figure of,
259

Ankhesisha, or Ankhhesikha, sepulchral figure
of, 251

Ankhmat, Sakheperhesi son of, 260
Ankhranef, Aruru son of, 321
Ankhteta, sepulchral figure of, 252
Annu, land of, 316

Anruah, inscription concerning her, 191
Ansat, figure of, on a sepulchral tablet, 265 ;

daughter of Tatau, figure of, on a tablet, 265
Anshau, a dyer, sepulchral scarab of, 239
Ant, son of Tatau, figure of, on a tablet, 265
Antef, son of Ranefankh, name of, on a tablet,

276; IV., king, prenomen of, on a scarab,

122

Anti, daughter of Pekames, 298

Anubis or Anepu, god ; Nebta mother of, 25,
26 ; son of Osiris and Isis, figures of, 31, 32 ;
typified by the jackal, 45; Usersen prophet
of, 60; prophet of, a title, 72; tablets dedi-
cated to, 273, 284 ; figure of, on tablets, 293,
303, 314, 323; scene of adorations of, 295 ;
dedication to, 307; title of, 309 ; representa-
tion and adoration of, on a tablet, 310;
emblems of, on a tablet, 312; or Apma-
tennu, inscription to, on an obelisk, 325

Apa, figure of, on a tablet, 275; Usersen son
of, figure of, 60—62

Ape, see Cynocephalus

Apepa,- daughter of Haremhat, figure of, on a

tablet, 284 .
Aper-ra-qam, sepulchral figure of, 252
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