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

Seite: 356
Zitierlink: i
http://digi.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/diglit/alnwick1880/0403
Lizenz: Creative Commons - Namensnennung - Weitergabe unter gleichen Bedingungen
facsimile
356

INDEX.

58; the sun, on a ring, 92; emblems of, on
a scarab, 104; he spears Set or Typhon as a
hippopotamus, 109; lion emblem of, 113;
lord of monuments, title of Thothmes III.,
on scarabs, 132; names of, on scarabs, 148;
eyes of, on a tablet, 279 ; figure of, on a
tablet, 293; winged disk of, 296 ; father of
the genii, according to some legends, 329

Hos, a type of Horus, 29

Hotep, names on a tablet, 279

Hu, the sphinx, 42, 43

Hui, hereditary chief superintendent of the
temple of Athor, sepulchral figure of, 252

Hui, a superintendent, tablet of, 283

Hui, son of Tat-ha, figure of, on a tablet, 303

Human figures on scarabs, 154,155

Hunaru, or Hui, a female musician of Amen,
tablet of, 307

Hut, the great god, or agathodaimon, on a
scarab, 120; or winged disk, on scarabs,
129, 134 ; Har-hut, or disk, representation
of, on a tablet, 310, 314—317, 320; on a
tablet, 321 ; on a pyramidion, 326

Hut-Horus, on a scarab, 115

Hut-neb, on a ring, 92

Hutu, or tablets, 28, 66, 68; see Tablets

Hutu, sculptured figure of, 65, 66

I.

Ibex, on a box, 198

Ibis, the messenger bird of the gods, 18;

emblem of Thoth, figures of the, 50; on a

scarab, 118; mummied, 204; figure of an,

on a tablet, 317
Ichneumon, sacred to Uat, on a scarab, 116
Imouthos, see Aiemhetp
Inana, son of Hui, figure of, on a tablet, 283
Initiation, Nephthys a type of, 25
Inlaid scarabs, specimens of, 157, 167
Inlaying, jackal for, 45 ; haunches and slips

for, 78, 79

Inscriptions, formulas of, on wooden tablets,
320

Ishtar, goddess, on a Babylonian cylinder, 341
Isis, goddess, rare in porcelain, common in
bronze, 4; in combination with Ptah-Socha-
ris-Osiris, 6; group of, with Turn or Atum,

12 ; emblems of, 14, 15; reconstructs the
body of her brother Osiris, 20 ; figures of,
22—26 ; Nebta sister of, 25 ; in triad with
Horus and Nephthys, figures of, 30, 31 ;
mother of Harpa%rat, 27 ; Anubis son of,
31; Qabhsenuf son of, 32; lady of Coptos
or the town of Neteru, 34; figure of Bes de-
dicated to, 34 ; adoration of, on a vase, 173 ;
blood of, represented by red jasper, 227;
figures of, on tablets, 293, 296, 303, 305, 309,,
311—313, 315, 320—322; representation
and adoration of, on a tablet, 310; mother
of the four genii, 329 ; speeches of, on se-
pulchral vases, 330, 332; suckling Horus,
figure of the Roman period, 342
Iu, son of Taserentaaha, mummy-cloth inscribed
with his name, 206

J.

Jackal, Anubis with head of a, 31, 32; see
Anubis; draws the boat of the dead, 45 ;
embalmed at Thebes and Siout, 45; or
Sabu, various figures of the, 45, 46 ; mummy,
204 ; on a tablet, 302; couchant, on a tablet,
315, 317, 321; Tuautmutf, the genius, has
the head of, 329—332

Jackal-headed god, with winged arms, on a
scarab, 112

Jasper figure, 3

Jewellery, descriptions of, 80

Jugs, or vases, specimens of, 178, 181

K.

Ka, relation of, in royal names, 134; or eido-
lon, of a king, 269; or genius, 317

Kabhsenuf, or Qabhsenuf, fourth genius of the
Karneter, 32, 33 ; figure of, in a string of
beads, 82; sepulchral vase in shape of, 328;
hawk-headed, presides over the East, 329 ;
symbolised by a pigeon, ib.; inscription re-
lating to, on a sepulchral vase, 330; hawk-
head sepulchral vases, in shape of, 332

Kabt, or Coptos, 12

Ka-en-nefer, an early monarch, his name on an

amulet, 121
Ka-hut, or white bull of Khem at Thebes, 46
loading ...