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Page 86. Egyptian Mitres, from 'L'Egypte' and Rosellini 237 87. Egyptian Tunic, from Rosellini

239 88. Ephod and Girdle, from . L'Egypte

239 89. Ephod and Censer, from ditto.

240 90. Breastplate, from ditto

240 91. Shrine in its Sanctuary, from ditto

248 92. Shrine with Idol, from ditto

249 93. Ark borne by Priests, ditto

249 94. Shrine and Ark borne by Priests, ditto

249 95. Shrine with Cherubim, ditto

250 96. Bas-relief, from the Arch of Titus

251 97. Egyptian Lamps, from specimens in the British Museum, &c.

252 99. House-top, Ancient Egyptian, from Wilkinson . 294 99. House-tops, Modern Egyptian, from 'L'Egypte--Etat Moderne

295 100. Bedouins collecting Fruits in Palestine, Costume from Cassas, &c.

304 101. Egyptian Vintage, compiled

from Rosellini, L'Egypte,' &c. .

309 102. Rending Clothes, modern Syrian Costume

311 103. Departure of the Pilgrim Caravan from Cairo. 318 104. Garden Bedstead, from Taylor's 'La Syrie' 105. Palm-branch Bedstead, from Wilkinson

320 106. Asses, saddled, Ancient Egyptian, from ‘L'Egypte, - Antiquités'

321 107. Asses, with modern saddles, from 'L'Egypte,-Etat Moderne

321 108. Earrings of Men, from Rosellini

324 109. Ancient Syrian Chief addressing the people, from

Syrian Figures in Ancient Egyptian Paintings 335 110. Cairn and Kist Vaens

341 111. Druidical Circle

341 112. Stones of Memorial, at Trelech in Moumoutlıshire 341 113. Cromlech at Plas Newydd, from Painting iu British Museum

342 114. Druidical Circle, Jersey, from Grose's Antiquities 242 115. Treading the Conquered under foot, from ‘L'Egypte -Antiquités'

347 116. Bethlehem, from a drawing by Mr. Arundale

365 117. Captives bound, from ‘L'Egypte-Antiquités'. 367 118. Handcuffs, from Rosellini

367 119. Immolation of Captives, from Calliaud

368 120. Seribe counting hands (cut ofl), from 'L'EgypteAntiquités' .

368 121. Egyptian Slingers, composed from Egyptian Sculptures

370 122. Slings, from Wilkinson

370 123. Daggers, from ditto

372 124. Summer Parlour on the Nile, from Mayer

373 125. Ox-Goad, from Fellowes' Asia Minor'

374 126. Harvest, from' 'L'Egypte-Antiquités'

375 127. Winnowing Corn on the Threshing Floor, from ditto 376 128. Back Veil, from “ L'Eyypte,-Etat Moderne

377 129. Egyptian Pitchers, from · L'Egypte-Antiquités' 384 130. Gaza, from Forbin

392 131. Victor greeted with “ timbrels and dance,” costume

from figures of Syrians in Ancient Egyptian Paint-
ings

396 132. Supporting Pillars of Eastern Buildings, composed from ‘L'Egypte,-Etat Moderne'.

403 133. Monumental Pillars, from Laborde.

405 131. Druidic Stone in Persia, from Ouseley's Travels 411 135. Druidic Stone at Darab, from ditto

412 136. Runners attending a Chariot, composed from Egyptian Sculptures

413 137. Ethiopian Car drawn hy Oxen, from Wilkinson 417 138. Indian Car drawn by Oxen, from Mandeslo

417 139. Turkish Arabah drawn by Oxeu, from 'Sketches of

Turkey' 140. A Meeting near Mount Tabor-Modern Syrian Costume.

Page 144. Open Temple in Phænicia, from ditto, and Pococke. 435 145. Warrior and Armour-bearer, Mouera Egypt, Costume from Cassas

437 146. Grindstone, from 'L'Egypte,-Etat Moderne' 147. Playing on the Harp before a King, Modern Syrian

Costume 148. Throwing a Javelin, Modern Syriau Costume

450 149. Escape from a Window, ditto

450 150. Ancieut Egyptian Archer, from Wilkinson

452 151. Bows, from Rosellini

452 152. Eastern Forms of Obeisance, from ‘L'Egypte-Etat Moderne,' &c.

453 153. Presents to a Bedouin Chief, adapted from Laborde,

&c. 151. Bedouins with Captives and Spoil 155. Body of Archers, from Rosellini

462 156. Hebron, from Laborde's 'Syria'

463 157. The Pursuer slain, costume from Canaanitish Warrior used in Wilkinson

465 158. Funeral Procession, moderu' Egyptian, composed from Lane, &c.

468 159. Jerusalem, from Laborde 160. Various Modes of Sitting, from Wilkinson

474 161. Ruins of Amman, from Taylor's 'Syria'.

477 162. Sawyers, from · L'Egypte,-Etat Moderne'

480 163. Flight on Mules, Burlouin Costume.

481 164. Absalom's Sepulchre, from a drawing by Mr. Arundale

486 165. Race of Messengers

487 166. Ferry-boat on the Nile, from Mayer

488 167. Singing Men, Modern Syrian, from Russell's 'Aleppo' 489 168. Ancient Egyptian Armlets, from 'L'Egypte-Antiquités,' and Rosellini

499 169. Iudian Armlets, from Asiatic Researches'

498 170. Persian Armlets, from Malcolm's 'Persia,

Porter's Travels,' and Persian MSS. in British

Museum 171. Temple in the Isle of Elephantine, from · L'Egypte -Etat Moderne

502 172. King (the Sultan) on his Throne, from D Ohsson 504 173. Pharaoh's Daughter, from Rosellini

505 174. Felling Trees in Lebanon, from · L'Egypte---Antiquites'.

507 175. Modes of bearing Burdens, from ditto

503 176. Egyptian Mode of transporting large Stones, from Rosellini

508 177. Censers, from 'L'Egypte-Antiquités,'and Rosellini 510 178. Spoons, from specimens in the British Museum 511 179. Snuflers, from a specimen in ditto

511 180, Pincers, from Rosellini

511 181. Obelisks in front of a Temple, from 'L'EgypteAntiquités'.

512 182. Doors, from · L'Egypte - Antiquités

513 183. Metal Door-pins, from specimens in the British Museum

513 184. Wooden Door, from Model of an Egyptian House in the British Museum

513 185. Ancient Egyptian Windows, from · L'Egypte' 514 186. Fountaiu of Lions in the Alhambra, from Murphy's * Arabian Antiquities of Spain

515 187. Egyptian Striuged Instruments, from Rosellini, &c.

516 188. Women Singers, Moderu Exyptian, from Lane, &c. . 519 189. Egyptian Thırones, from ‘L Egypte-Antiquités 520 190. Throne with Steps, from ditto

521 191. Egyptian Fauteuils, from Rosellini

521 192. Great Mogul on Throne, from L'Histoire Générale des Voyages

522 193. Tadmor i Palmyra), from Laborde

525 194. Tribute-bearers, composed from ancient Egyptian

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422 141. A Musical Procession -- Moderu Syrian CostumeInstruments, Ancient Egyptian

423 142. Aucient Egyptian Seats, from Wilkinson, and specimens in British Museum

426 143. Kit's Cotty House, from King's 'Munimenta Autiqua' 433

528 195. Oriental State Dinner, from D'Ohsson

533 196. Eyptian on Horseback, from Wilkinson

534 197. Modern Oriental Cavalier, adapted from Lane's • Arabian Nights

534 198. Egyptian Palanquin, from Rosellini

535 199. Howolah of the Great Mogul, from Mandeslo

535 200. Eunuch of the Turkish Seraglio, froin D'Ohsson 536

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201. Umbrella, from an ancient Persian Sculpture at Per.

sepolis, in Sir R. K. Porter's Travels'

538

202. Indian Canopy and Umbrella, from L'Histoire

Générale des Voyages'

539

203. Journey of an Abyssinian Queen, composed from

Salt's' Abyssinia,' Jourdain's 'Persia,' &c.

541

204. Samaria (Sebaste), from Laborde

547

205. Mount Zion, from a drawing by Mr. Arundale 554

206. Shishak, king of Egypt. from a sculpture at Thebes,

engraved in Rosellini

556

207. Jewish Physician, Modern Oriental, from Lane's

• Arabiau Nights

560

208. Ancient Egyptian Physicians, from Rosellini

561

209. Damascus, from Laborde

564

210. Refuge in Caverns, Bedouin Costume

565

211. Santon under an Oak, costume from Cassas

567

212. Royal Bed, modern Oriental, from Lane

569

213. Tables, ditto, from ditto, &c. .

573

214. Application to a Santon, Costume from Cassas 574

215. Seething Pottage, from Rosellini

574

216. Great Officer on a Journey, composed from Lane 575

217. A King supported by one of his Nobles, from

D'Ohsson

577

218. Market at Gate, composed from Lane

578

219. Human Sacrifice, 1, from L'Egypte-Antiquités'

583

220.

2, from ditto

583

221.

3, from ditto

584

222.

4, from ditto

584

223. Petra, Mount Seir, from Laborde's 'Arabia Petræa'. 586

224. Fortress, ' Memphis,' from the Mosaic Pavement at

Præneste

587

225.
• Babylon,' from ditto

588

226.

from ditto

588

227. Arab Horde coming to a halt, Costume from Laborde 589

228. Arab of Edom, from Taylor's 'La Syrie et l'Egypte' 594

229. Aggle-Stone, from King's Munimenta Antiqua' 599

230. Nineveh, from Rich

600

231. Sepulchre of the Kings. from a drawing by Mr.

Arundale

604

232. Serpent-Worship, from a painting at Pompeii . 605

233. Tirhakah, from an ancient Egyptian sculpture,

engraved in Rosellini

607

234. Fortifications:-1, Walls and Towers, from Baby-

lonian coins

620

235.

2, Walls and Towers, manned, from

Rosellini

620

236.

3, Detached Tower or Fort, from

Seyffarth

620

237.

4, Fortress with Fosse and Double

Wall, from Rosellini

621

238.

5, Fortress with Double Fosse, from

Rosellini

621

239.

6, Storming a Fort, from ‘L'Egypte' 622

240.

7, Fortress attacked :-Testudo, &c.

from Rosellini

623

241.

8.

from 'L'Egypte' 623

242.

9,

, from Rosellini 694

243. Babylon inundated, from a drawing by J. B. Fraser,

Esq.

625

244. Ancient Persian Soldiers, composed from Persian

sculptures engraved in Porter's Travels'

638

245.“ Record Chamber" (Library at Constantinople),

from D'Ohsson

645

246. An Encampment, from Lane's 'Arabian Nights' 648

247. Tartar or Turkish Courier, from D'Ohsson

649

248. Ancient Persian Cup-bearers, composed from Persian

sculptures engraved in Porter

650

249. Modern Oriental Gate, Bab-el-Nasr, Cair, from

Lane's ‘ Arabian Nights' .

651

250. Labour in the Brick-field, from Rosellini

625

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251. Pulpit, Modern Oriental, from D'Ohsson

653

252. Tomb of Ezra

655

253. Tyre, from Laborde

656

254. Alexander the Great, from a silver coin magnified 659

255. Alexandria, from a druwing by Mr. Arundale

663

256. Ptolemy Lagus, or Soter

665

257. Antigonus

666

258. Seleucns Nicator

666

259. Demetrius Poliorcretes

666

260. Elephants employed in war

669

261. Antioch, from Cassas

670

262. Ptolemy Philadelphus and his sister-wife Arsinoe 671

263. Ptolemy Soter and his wife Berenice

671

264. Antiochus Theos

672

265. Seleucus Calliniens

673

266. Ptolemy Evergetes

673

267. Ptolemy Philopator

675

268. Elephants employed in the Execution of Criminals 677

269. Ptolemy Epiphanes

678

270. Antiochus Epiphanes

681

271. Ptolemy Philometor

683

272. Ptolemy Physcon

684

273. Jupiter Olympus, from Quatremère de Quincy. 685

274. Bacchanalian Procession, from an Autique Vase in

the Townly Collection, British Museum

686

275. Antiochus (V.) Eupator .

690

276. Heliopolis, from the Mosaic Pavement at Præneste . 691

277. Ascalon, from Forbin

692

278. Demetrius Soter

279. Alexander Balas

696

280. Demetrius Nicator.

697

281. Sepulchre at Modin, on a Coin of Simon.

699

282. Antiochus (VII.) Sidetes

700

283. Parthiav Soldiers, from Montfaucon

703

284. Alexander Zebinas.

704

285. Tigranes

710

286. Antiochus (XI.) Asiaticus

711

287. Pompey and his Sons

711

288. Darics

713

Jewish Coins :-

289. 1-Shekel of silver

714

290. 2—Shekel, Copper.-Simon

715

291. 3—Shekel, Copper. -Simon

715

292. 4-Demi-Shekel, Copper

715

293. 6-Kennicott's Quarter-Shekel, Copper

715

294. 6—Quarter-Shekel, Copper.-Simon

715

293. 7-Quarter-Shekel, Copper.-Simou

715

296. 8-Quarter-Shekel, Copper

715

297. 9Quarter-Shekel, Silver.- Simon

716

298. 10—Quarter-Shekel, Silver.-Simon

716

299. --Coin of Alexander Jannæus

716

300. 12-Coin of Archeleus ? Copper

716

301. 13—Coin of Agrippa, Copper

716

302. Roman Soldiers

720

303. Roman Consal

722

304. Julius Caesar

723

305. Mark Antony

725

306. Cleopatra

731

307. Augustus

732

308. Oriental Builders

735

309. Tiberius

743

310. Roman Standards

744

311. Caligula

746

312. Claudius

747

313, Nero

751

314. Vespasian

755

315. Titus

756

316. Roman Medals, struck to commemorate the Con-

quest of Judea .

757

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