A History of Egypt from the End of the Neolithic Period to the Death of Cleopatra VII., B.C. 30: Egypt in the Neolithic and archaic periods
Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, 1904
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Página 198 - And Hilkiah the high priest said unto Shaphan the scribe, I have found the book of the law in the house of the Lord.
Página 181 - Memphis, one of the fayrest buildinges and "of chiefest fame in all the countrey of Aegypte." Herodotus ii. 99. (Translation by BB, fol. 946.) "After the gods,1 (they say,) Menis was the first king " of Egypt. He taught the people the adoration of the " gods, and the manner of divine worship ; how to adorn " their beds and tables with rich cloths and coverings, "and was the first that brought in a delicate and
Página 191 - Athothis, his son, reigned 57 years; he built the palaces at " Memphis, and left the anatomical books, for he was a
Página 43 - East, and although it cannot be proved, as is sometimes stated,2 that the Egyptians derived their earliest culture from Babylonia, it is certain that many of the most important elements of Egyptian culture were brought into Egypt by a people who were not remotely connected with the Babylonians.
Página 147 - It will be evident from what has been said above that it is...
Página 37 - conviction has grown in my mind that there is no " difference of race between the historical Egyptians " and the men who preceded them, the so-called Proto" Egyptians of Evans, and Morgan's
Página 211 - It needs no evidence to prove that such was the case, for Manetho is sufficient witness that as early as the time of Pharaoh Csechos, the second king of the second dynasty, " the bulls Apis in Memphis and Mnevis in Heliopolis, and the Mendesian goat were appointed to be gods.