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

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INDEX.

Nehai, a lady, sepulchral figure of, 250

Nehaten, Satuhima son of, 276

Nehshabt, tablet relating to, 270

Neith, goddess, Ra the son of, 10 ; allied with
Selk, 13; figures of, 15, 16; "son of; hip-
popotamus " &c. on a ring, 95 ; emblems of,
on a scarab, 117; Good, name on scarabs,
156, 158 ; adoration of, on a vase, 173;
seated, on a scarab, 161 ; speeches by, on
sepulchral vases, 329, 331

Nek, a city, name on a scarab, 156

Nekau, son of Tefa, inscription relating to,
327

Nemesis of the Egyptians, 19
Neneb, or Nenesem, goddess, as a vulture,
50

Nenesem, goddess, see Neneb and Necheb
Nenunn, son of Perpara, inscribed box relating
to, 195

Nephthys, goddess, in combination with Ptah-
Socharis-Osiris, 6; emblems of, 14, 15 ;
figures of, 22, 23, 25, 26; in triad with
Horus and Isis, figures of, 30, 31 ; adora-
tion of, on a vase, 174 ; figures of, on tab-
lets, 293, 314, 322; representation and
adoration of, 310; speech of, on a sepul-
chral vase, 330

Nesebs, goddess, urseus emblem of, 321

Neterankhbaankhef, born of Heptartas, sepul-
chral figures of, 253

Neter-nefer, on ring, 95

Neteru, town of, 34

Netset, name of, on a tablet, 283

Nilometer, in connection with the frog, 52; see
Tat

Nishem, or Ne^eb, the Egyptian Nike, emblem

of, on a scarab, 128, 129
Nit, see Neith

Nitartas, Psametiksnab, son of, 255
Nomismata, weight of three, equivalent to 216

grains, 342, 343
Nu, or abyss of heaven, 10 ; the ether, 13
Nub, a female, figure of, on a tablet, 275;

daughter of Sebaksankh, 280
Nubian type of Horus, 29
Nubtemankh, name on a scarab, 161
Nut, or celestial ether, 15 ; or Rhea, goddess,

Osiris the son of, 20; Nephthys daughter

of, 25, 26 ; sycamore tree of, 295

O.

Obelisk, emblem of Amen, on a scarab, 128 ;
sepulchral, described, 324; at Syon House,
of Amenophis II., described, 345, 346

Offerings, tables of, on sepulchral tablets, 264
et seq.; of viands to deities, see Tablets

Officer of high rank, head of an, 72

Oinochoai, 180—182

Olpe, vases in shape of the, 181, 182

Onouris, or Anhor, the Egyptian Mars, forms
of the god, 9 ; on a Cypriote cylinder, 341

Operculum of a shell, in a necklace, 82

Oracles, derived from animals, 39

Ornaments, various kinds of personal, 80 ; orna-
mental designs on scarabs and amulets, 117,
120, 121

Oryx, an, 28

Osiris, or Asari, god; figures of, rare in porce-
lain, common in bronze, 4; figures of, 20—
22; Nebta sister of, 25; connection of
Nephthys with, 26 ; with Nephthys and Isis,
on a sepulchral scarab, 238 ; destroyed by
Set, 26; Anubis son of, 31; Tuautmutf
son of, 32 ; Qabhsenuf son of, 32 ; words of,
to the dead, 42; Tat emblem of, as lord of
Tattu, 53; figure of, on a statue, 62 ; lord
of the West, inscription of dedication to, 64 ;
shrine with a mummied figure of, 69 ^
lord of Tattu, lord of Abydos, inscription of,
dedication to, 71; bead in shape of, 83;
name of, substituted for that of Seti, 143;
boxes dedicated to, 194, 195; tablets dedi-
cated to, 272, 274, 275, 276, 278, 280, 282,
283, 284, 285, 287; the Dionysus and Bac-
chus, 290 ; figure of, mummied, on a tablet,
290; figure of, on a pedestal in a tablet,
291, 292 ; in a shrine on a boat, 293; on
throne, 302, 303,305, 308, 309 ; in a vaulted
box, 307; adorations to, 304, 309; repre-
sentation and adoration of, on a tablet, 310;
dedication to, 311 ; figure of, on tablets,
314, 315, 318, 320, 321, 322; on a pyrami-
dion, 327; inscriptions relating to, on an
obelisk, 325—327; father of the four genii,
329; hollow sepulchral cases in form of,
333—335; dedications to, see Tablets; Amsu
a priest of, 321

Osiris Onnophris, the hare, emblem of, 48
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