Ancient Egypt, Her Testimony to the Truth of the Bible

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Ancient Egypt, Her Testimony to the Truth of the Bible  (1846) 
by William Osburn
(External scan) OCLC 13599864all editions

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EGYPT

HER

TESTIMONY

TO THE

TRUTH

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ANCIENT EGYPT


TESTIMONY TO THE TRUTH OF

THE BIBLE.

AN INTERPRETATION OF THE INSCRIPTIONS

AND PICTURES WHICH REMAIN UPON

HER TOMBS AND TEMPLES;

ILLUSTRATED BY VERY NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS AND COLOURED PLATES.

WILLIAM OSBURN, JUNIOR,

MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LITERATURE.

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LONDON:

SAMUEL BAGSTER AND SONS,

PATERNOSTER ROW.

M.DCCC.XLVI

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CONTENTS.[edit]

INTRODUCTION.

OBJECT OF THE WORK.—- SOURCES WHENCE THE ANCIENT HISTORY OF EGYPT IS TO BE DERIVED.—ERA OF MENES.—OF THE PYRAMIDS.— OF OSORTASEN I.— OF AMOSIS.—THE EIGHTEENTH DYNASTY.—THE PERIOD OF DECLINE.— NAMES AND TITLES OF THE MONARCHS OF THE EIGHTEENTH DYNASTY

CHAPTER I.

EGYPT FIRST COLONISED FROM THE NORTH EAST.—THE "GREAT RITUAL."—THE SOUL AFTER DEATH.—THE THREE NILES.— FIRST EMIGRANTS FROM SHINAR.—EGYPT FIRST PEOPLED FROM THE EAST.—THE RACES OF MEN.—THE SHEMITES.—THE NEGROES AND THE HAMATHITES.—THE Fouit RACES OF MANKIND.— NATIONS TO THE NORTH AND WEST.—THE DESCENDANTS OF HAM.—MIZRAIM.—THE CANAANITES.—ANCIENT LIMITS OF GEOGRAPHICAL KNOWLEDGE -

1. First Colonisation of Egypt

2. Ancient Geography

CHAPTER II.

THE CANAANITES

1. The Tomb of Pihrai, at Beni Hassan, in Middle Egypt. 2. Wars of Sethos with the Canaanites

CHAPTER III.

WARS OF RAMSES II., SESOSTRIS, AND RAMSES IV., WITH THE CANAANITES

CHAPTER IV.

COSTUMES, ARMS, ETC., OF THE CANAANITISH NATIONS

The Tyrians

The Arvadites and Hermonites

The Sidonians

The Zuzim

The Jebusites

The Hittites

The Amorites

The JSTII I

The Philistines

The Hamathites or Syrians

Vases of the Canaanites

CHAPTER V.

THE CANAANITISH NATIONS (CONCLUDED)

ONOMASTICON

Canaanitish Names at Ipsambul, Thebes, etc. from the Triumphs of Sethos at Karnak

Names of the Places in Judea conquered by Pharaoh Shishak, North external Wall of the Palace at Karnak 158

Chiefs of the Shethites who made a Treaty with Sesostris, in the Twenty-first year of his Reign

Gods of Canaan written in Hieroglyphics on the Temples of Egypt

Characters which represent the Hebrew Letters of Proper Names, in Canaan


CHAPTER VI.

THE SERVICE OF THE TABERNACLE

1. Metals

Overlaying
Casting
Beaten Work

2. Wool, Hair, and Flax

3. Leather

4. Wood mid Carpentry

The Saw

5. Oil and Spices

12. Precious Stones


CHAPTER VII.

Music

1. Stringed Instruments.—The Harp

The Lyre
The Psaltery
The Lute

2. Wind Instruments

3. Timbrels and similar Instruments

Cymbals

4. Singing

Song

5. The Concerted Music of the Egyptians

This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.