Museum of Antiquity A Description of Ancient Life
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Museum of Antiquity A Description of Ancient Life

By T. L. (Thomas Louis) Haines, L. W. (Levi W.) Yaggy
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  • MUSEUM
    • OF
  • ANTIQUITY
    • A DESCRIPTION OF
      • ANCIENT LIFE:
        • THE
        • BY
        • L.W. YAGGY, M.S., AND T.L. HAINES, A.M.,
        • ILLUSTRATED.
        • Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1880 by L.W. Yaggy & T.L. Haines, In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.
      • THE
      • BY
      • L.W. YAGGY, M.S., AND T.L. HAINES, A.M.,
      • ILLUSTRATED.
      • Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1880 by L.W. Yaggy & T.L. Haines, In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.
      • PREFACE.
      • Steel Plate Engravings.
      • TABLE OF CONTENTS.
      • ILLUSTRATIONS BY GERMAN ARTISTS.
    • ANCIENT LIFE:
      • THE
      • BY
      • L.W. YAGGY, M.S., AND T.L. HAINES, A.M.,
      • ILLUSTRATED.
      • Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1880 by L.W. Yaggy & T.L. Haines, In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.
    • THE
    • BY
    • L.W. YAGGY, M.S., AND T.L. HAINES, A.M.,
    • ILLUSTRATED.
    • Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1880 by L.W. Yaggy & T.L. Haines, In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.
    • PREFACE.
    • Steel Plate Engravings.
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS.
    • ILLUSTRATIONS BY GERMAN ARTISTS.
    • Address to the Mummy.
    • Answer.
    • POMPEII.ToC
      • Entering Pompeii.
      • Arrangement of Private Houses.
      • House of Diomedes.
      • Stores and Eating Houses.
      • Houses of Pansa and Sallust.
      • House of Holconius.
      • General Survey of the City.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Entering Pompeii.
    • Arrangement of Private Houses.
    • House of Diomedes.
    • Stores and Eating Houses.
    • Houses of Pansa and Sallust.
    • House of Holconius.
    • General Survey of the City.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • AMUSEMENTS.ToC
      • Roman Baths.
      • Social Games and Sports.
      • Social Entertainments.
      • Egyptian Music and Entertainments.
      • Games and Sports of the Egyptians.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Roman Baths.
    • Social Games and Sports.
    • Social Entertainments.
    • Egyptian Music and Entertainments.
    • Games and Sports of the Egyptians.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • DOMESTIC LIFE.ToC
      • Dress, Toilet and Jewelry.
      • Crimes and Punishments; Contracts, Deeds, Etc.
      • Houses, Villas, Farmyards, Orchards, Gardens, Etc.
      • Egyptian Wealth.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Dress, Toilet and Jewelry.
    • Crimes and Punishments; Contracts, Deeds, Etc.
    • Houses, Villas, Farmyards, Orchards, Gardens, Etc.
    • Egyptian Wealth.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • DOMESTIC UTENSILS.ToC
      • Furniture.
      • Vases.
    • Furniture.
    • Vases.
    • EMPLOYMENT.ToC
      • Baking, Dyeing and Painting.
    • Baking, Dyeing and Painting.
    • TROY.ToC
      • As Excavated by Dr. Schliemann.
    • As Excavated by Dr. Schliemann.
    • NINEVEH AND BABYLON.ToC
    • Karnac and Baalbec.
    • RELIGION OR MYTHOLOGY.ToC
      • THE DELPHIAN APOLLO.
        • THE PYTHIAN APOLLO.
        • NIOBE AND LETO.
        • DAPHNE.
        • KYRENE.
        • HERMES.
        • THE SORROW OF DEMETER.
        • THE SLEEP OF ENDYMION.
        • PHAETHON.
        • BRIAREOS.
        • DIONYSOS.
        • PENTHEUS.
        • ASKLEPIOS.
        • IXION.
        • TANTALOS.
        • THE TOILS OF HERAKLES.
        • ADMETOS.
        • EPIMETHEUS AND PANDORA.
        • IO AND PROMETHEUS.
        • DEUKALION.
        • POSEIDON AND ATHENE.
        • MEDUSA.
        • DANAE.
        • PERSEUS.
        • ANDROMEDA.
        • AKRISIOS.
        • KEPHALOS AND PROKRIS.
        • SKYLLA.
        • PHRIXOS AND HELLE.
        • MEDEIA.
        • THESEUS.
        • ARIADNE.
        • ARETHUSA.
        • TYRO.
        • NARKISSOS.
        • ORPHEUS AND EURYDIKE.
        • KADMOS AND EUROPA.
        • BELLEROPHON.
        • ALTHAIA AND THE BURNING BRAND.
        • IAMOS.
      • THE PYTHIAN APOLLO.
      • NIOBE AND LETO.
      • DAPHNE.
      • KYRENE.
      • HERMES.
      • THE SORROW OF DEMETER.
      • THE SLEEP OF ENDYMION.
      • PHAETHON.
      • BRIAREOS.
      • DIONYSOS.
      • PENTHEUS.
      • ASKLEPIOS.
      • IXION.
      • TANTALOS.
      • THE TOILS OF HERAKLES.
      • ADMETOS.
      • EPIMETHEUS AND PANDORA.
      • IO AND PROMETHEUS.
      • DEUKALION.
      • POSEIDON AND ATHENE.
      • MEDUSA.
      • DANAE.
      • PERSEUS.
      • ANDROMEDA.
      • AKRISIOS.
      • KEPHALOS AND PROKRIS.
      • SKYLLA.
      • PHRIXOS AND HELLE.
      • MEDEIA.
      • THESEUS.
      • ARIADNE.
      • ARETHUSA.
      • TYRO.
      • NARKISSOS.
      • ORPHEUS AND EURYDIKE.
      • KADMOS AND EUROPA.
      • BELLEROPHON.
      • ALTHAIA AND THE BURNING BRAND.
      • IAMOS.
    • THE DELPHIAN APOLLO.
      • THE PYTHIAN APOLLO.
      • NIOBE AND LETO.
      • DAPHNE.
      • KYRENE.
      • HERMES.
      • THE SORROW OF DEMETER.
      • THE SLEEP OF ENDYMION.
      • PHAETHON.
      • BRIAREOS.
      • DIONYSOS.
      • PENTHEUS.
      • ASKLEPIOS.
      • IXION.
      • TANTALOS.
      • THE TOILS OF HERAKLES.
      • ADMETOS.
      • EPIMETHEUS AND PANDORA.
      • IO AND PROMETHEUS.
      • DEUKALION.
      • POSEIDON AND ATHENE.
      • MEDUSA.
      • DANAE.
      • PERSEUS.
      • ANDROMEDA.
      • AKRISIOS.
      • KEPHALOS AND PROKRIS.
      • SKYLLA.
      • PHRIXOS AND HELLE.
      • MEDEIA.
      • THESEUS.
      • ARIADNE.
      • ARETHUSA.
      • TYRO.
      • NARKISSOS.
      • ORPHEUS AND EURYDIKE.
      • KADMOS AND EUROPA.
      • BELLEROPHON.
      • ALTHAIA AND THE BURNING BRAND.
      • IAMOS.
    • THE PYTHIAN APOLLO.
    • NIOBE AND LETO.
    • DAPHNE.
    • KYRENE.
    • HERMES.
    • THE SORROW OF DEMETER.
    • THE SLEEP OF ENDYMION.
    • PHAETHON.
    • BRIAREOS.
    • DIONYSOS.
    • PENTHEUS.
    • ASKLEPIOS.
    • IXION.
    • TANTALOS.
    • THE TOILS OF HERAKLES.
    • ADMETOS.
    • EPIMETHEUS AND PANDORA.
    • IO AND PROMETHEUS.
    • DEUKALION.
    • POSEIDON AND ATHENE.
    • MEDUSA.
    • DANAE.
    • PERSEUS.
    • ANDROMEDA.
    • AKRISIOS.
    • KEPHALOS AND PROKRIS.
    • SKYLLA.
    • PHRIXOS AND HELLE.
    • MEDEIA.
    • THESEUS.
    • ARIADNE.
    • ARETHUSA.
    • TYRO.
    • NARKISSOS.
    • ORPHEUS AND EURYDIKE.
    • KADMOS AND EUROPA.
    • BELLEROPHON.
    • ALTHAIA AND THE BURNING BRAND.
    • IAMOS.
    • FINE ARTS.ToC
    • Sculpturing.
    • Mosaic.
    • LITERATURE.ToC
      • HOMER.
        • OPENING ARGUMENT OF THE ILIAD. (By Homer.)
        • MINERVA ARMING HERSELF FOR BATTLE. (By Homer.)
        • PARTING OF HECTOR AND ANDROMACHE. (By Homer.)
        • THE RACE OF MAN. (By Homer.)
        • COUNCIL OF THE GODS. (By Homer.)
        • NIGHT-SCENE. (By Homer.)
        • HATEFULNESS OF WAR. (By Homer.)
        • FALSEHOOD. (By Homer.)
        • SHOWERS OF ARROWS. (By Homer.)
        • PRIAM BEGGING THE BODY OF HECTOR. (By Homer.)
        • HELEN'S LAMENTATION OVER HECTOR. (By Homer.)
        • PARIS.
        • ACHILLES.
        • THE VENGEANCE OF ODYSSEUS.
        • SOLON. (636 B.C.)
        • REMEMBRANCE AFTER DEATH.
        • TRUE HAPPINESS. (By Solon.)
        • SOPHOCLES.
        • HERODOTUS.
        • THE CROCODILE. (By Herodotus.)
        • ARTABANUS DISSUADES XERXES. (By Herodotus.)
        • SOCRATES.
        • SOCRATES AND ARISTODEMUS. (By Socrates.)
        • EURIPIDES.
        • ARISTOPHANES.
        • PLATO.
        • THE PERFECT BEAUTY. (By Plato.)
        • THE LAST HOURS OF SOCRATES. (By Plato.)
        • DEMOSTHENES.
        • PHILIP AND THE ATHENIANS. (Oration of Demosthenes.)
        • MEASURES TO RESIST PHILIP. (Oration of Demosthenes.)
        • FORMER ATHENIANS DESCRIBED. (By Demosthenes.)
        • ORATION ON THE CROWN. (By Demosthenes.)
        • CICERO.
        • INVECTIVE AGAINST CATILINE. (By Cicero.)
        • EXPULSION OF CATILINE FROM ROME. (By Cicero.)
        • THE TYRANT PRÆTOR DENOUNCED. (By Cicero.)
        • ADVANTAGES OF AGE. (By Cicero.)
        • IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL. (By Cicero.)
        • JULIUS CAESAR.
        • THE GERMANS. (By Julius Cæsar.)
        • BATTLE OF PHARSALIA. (By Julius Cæsar.)
        • VIRGIL.
        • PRAISE OF RURAL LIFE. (By Virgil.)
        • EMPLOYMENTS OF THE BEE. (By Virgil.)
        • PUNISHMENTS IN HELL. (By Virgil.)
        • HORACE.
        • TO LICINIUS. (By Horace.)
        • TO PYRRHA. (By Horace.)
        • SENECA.
        • HAPPINESS FOUNDED ON WISDOM. (By Seneca.)
        • AGAINST RASH JUDGMENT. (By Seneca.)
        • THE EQUALITY OF MAN. (By Seneca.)
        • ALL THINGS ORDERED BY GOD. (By Seneca.)
        • PLUTARCH.
        • THE HORRIBLE PROSCRIPTIONS OF SYLLA. (By Plutarch.)
        • DEMOSTHENES AND CICERO COMPARED. (By Plutarch.)
      • OPENING ARGUMENT OF THE ILIAD. (By Homer.)
      • MINERVA ARMING HERSELF FOR BATTLE. (By Homer.)
      • PARTING OF HECTOR AND ANDROMACHE. (By Homer.)
      • THE RACE OF MAN. (By Homer.)
      • COUNCIL OF THE GODS. (By Homer.)
      • NIGHT-SCENE. (By Homer.)
      • HATEFULNESS OF WAR. (By Homer.)
      • FALSEHOOD. (By Homer.)
      • SHOWERS OF ARROWS. (By Homer.)
      • PRIAM BEGGING THE BODY OF HECTOR. (By Homer.)
      • HELEN'S LAMENTATION OVER HECTOR. (By Homer.)
      • PARIS.
      • ACHILLES.
      • THE VENGEANCE OF ODYSSEUS.
      • SOLON. (636 B.C.)
      • REMEMBRANCE AFTER DEATH.
      • TRUE HAPPINESS. (By Solon.)
      • SOPHOCLES.
      • HERODOTUS.
      • THE CROCODILE. (By Herodotus.)
      • ARTABANUS DISSUADES XERXES. (By Herodotus.)
      • SOCRATES.
      • SOCRATES AND ARISTODEMUS. (By Socrates.)
      • EURIPIDES.
      • ARISTOPHANES.
      • PLATO.
      • THE PERFECT BEAUTY. (By Plato.)
      • THE LAST HOURS OF SOCRATES. (By Plato.)
      • DEMOSTHENES.
      • PHILIP AND THE ATHENIANS. (Oration of Demosthenes.)
      • MEASURES TO RESIST PHILIP. (Oration of Demosthenes.)
      • FORMER ATHENIANS DESCRIBED. (By Demosthenes.)
      • ORATION ON THE CROWN. (By Demosthenes.)
      • CICERO.
      • INVECTIVE AGAINST CATILINE. (By Cicero.)
      • EXPULSION OF CATILINE FROM ROME. (By Cicero.)
      • THE TYRANT PRÆTOR DENOUNCED. (By Cicero.)
      • ADVANTAGES OF AGE. (By Cicero.)
      • IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL. (By Cicero.)
      • JULIUS CAESAR.
      • THE GERMANS. (By Julius Cæsar.)
      • BATTLE OF PHARSALIA. (By Julius Cæsar.)
      • VIRGIL.
      • PRAISE OF RURAL LIFE. (By Virgil.)
      • EMPLOYMENTS OF THE BEE. (By Virgil.)
      • PUNISHMENTS IN HELL. (By Virgil.)
      • HORACE.
      • TO LICINIUS. (By Horace.)
      • TO PYRRHA. (By Horace.)
      • SENECA.
      • HAPPINESS FOUNDED ON WISDOM. (By Seneca.)
      • AGAINST RASH JUDGMENT. (By Seneca.)
      • THE EQUALITY OF MAN. (By Seneca.)
      • ALL THINGS ORDERED BY GOD. (By Seneca.)
      • PLUTARCH.
      • THE HORRIBLE PROSCRIPTIONS OF SYLLA. (By Plutarch.)
      • DEMOSTHENES AND CICERO COMPARED. (By Plutarch.)
    • HOMER.
      • OPENING ARGUMENT OF THE ILIAD. (By Homer.)
      • MINERVA ARMING HERSELF FOR BATTLE. (By Homer.)
      • PARTING OF HECTOR AND ANDROMACHE. (By Homer.)
      • THE RACE OF MAN. (By Homer.)
      • COUNCIL OF THE GODS. (By Homer.)
      • NIGHT-SCENE. (By Homer.)
      • HATEFULNESS OF WAR. (By Homer.)
      • FALSEHOOD. (By Homer.)
      • SHOWERS OF ARROWS. (By Homer.)
      • PRIAM BEGGING THE BODY OF HECTOR. (By Homer.)
      • HELEN'S LAMENTATION OVER HECTOR. (By Homer.)
      • PARIS.
      • ACHILLES.
      • THE VENGEANCE OF ODYSSEUS.
      • SOLON. (636 B.C.)
      • REMEMBRANCE AFTER DEATH.
      • TRUE HAPPINESS. (By Solon.)
      • SOPHOCLES.
      • HERODOTUS.
      • THE CROCODILE. (By Herodotus.)
      • ARTABANUS DISSUADES XERXES. (By Herodotus.)
      • SOCRATES.
      • SOCRATES AND ARISTODEMUS. (By Socrates.)
      • EURIPIDES.
      • ARISTOPHANES.
      • PLATO.
      • THE PERFECT BEAUTY. (By Plato.)
      • THE LAST HOURS OF SOCRATES. (By Plato.)
      • DEMOSTHENES.
      • PHILIP AND THE ATHENIANS. (Oration of Demosthenes.)
      • MEASURES TO RESIST PHILIP. (Oration of Demosthenes.)
      • FORMER ATHENIANS DESCRIBED. (By Demosthenes.)
      • ORATION ON THE CROWN. (By Demosthenes.)
      • CICERO.
      • INVECTIVE AGAINST CATILINE. (By Cicero.)
      • EXPULSION OF CATILINE FROM ROME. (By Cicero.)
      • THE TYRANT PRÆTOR DENOUNCED. (By Cicero.)
      • ADVANTAGES OF AGE. (By Cicero.)
      • IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL. (By Cicero.)
      • JULIUS CAESAR.
      • THE GERMANS. (By Julius Cæsar.)
      • BATTLE OF PHARSALIA. (By Julius Cæsar.)
      • VIRGIL.
      • PRAISE OF RURAL LIFE. (By Virgil.)
      • EMPLOYMENTS OF THE BEE. (By Virgil.)
      • PUNISHMENTS IN HELL. (By Virgil.)
      • HORACE.
      • TO LICINIUS. (By Horace.)
      • TO PYRRHA. (By Horace.)
      • SENECA.
      • HAPPINESS FOUNDED ON WISDOM. (By Seneca.)
      • AGAINST RASH JUDGMENT. (By Seneca.)
      • THE EQUALITY OF MAN. (By Seneca.)
      • ALL THINGS ORDERED BY GOD. (By Seneca.)
      • PLUTARCH.
      • THE HORRIBLE PROSCRIPTIONS OF SYLLA. (By Plutarch.)
      • DEMOSTHENES AND CICERO COMPARED. (By Plutarch.)
    • OPENING ARGUMENT OF THE ILIAD. (By Homer.)
    • MINERVA ARMING HERSELF FOR BATTLE. (By Homer.)
    • PARTING OF HECTOR AND ANDROMACHE. (By Homer.)
    • THE RACE OF MAN. (By Homer.)
    • COUNCIL OF THE GODS. (By Homer.)
    • NIGHT-SCENE. (By Homer.)
    • HATEFULNESS OF WAR. (By Homer.)
    • FALSEHOOD. (By Homer.)
    • SHOWERS OF ARROWS. (By Homer.)
    • PRIAM BEGGING THE BODY OF HECTOR. (By Homer.)
    • HELEN'S LAMENTATION OVER HECTOR. (By Homer.)
    • PARIS.
    • ACHILLES.
    • THE VENGEANCE OF ODYSSEUS.
    • SOLON. (636 B.C.)
    • REMEMBRANCE AFTER DEATH.
    • TRUE HAPPINESS. (By Solon.)
    • SOPHOCLES.
    • HERODOTUS.
    • THE CROCODILE. (By Herodotus.)
    • ARTABANUS DISSUADES XERXES. (By Herodotus.)
    • SOCRATES.
    • SOCRATES AND ARISTODEMUS. (By Socrates.)
    • EURIPIDES.
    • ARISTOPHANES.
    • PLATO.
    • THE PERFECT BEAUTY. (By Plato.)
    • THE LAST HOURS OF SOCRATES. (By Plato.)
    • DEMOSTHENES.
    • PHILIP AND THE ATHENIANS. (Oration of Demosthenes.)
    • MEASURES TO RESIST PHILIP. (Oration of Demosthenes.)
    • FORMER ATHENIANS DESCRIBED. (By Demosthenes.)
    • ORATION ON THE CROWN. (By Demosthenes.)
    • CICERO.
    • INVECTIVE AGAINST CATILINE. (By Cicero.)
    • EXPULSION OF CATILINE FROM ROME. (By Cicero.)
    • THE TYRANT PRÆTOR DENOUNCED. (By Cicero.)
    • ADVANTAGES OF AGE. (By Cicero.)
    • IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL. (By Cicero.)
    • JULIUS CAESAR.
    • THE GERMANS. (By Julius Cæsar.)
    • BATTLE OF PHARSALIA. (By Julius Cæsar.)
    • VIRGIL.
    • PRAISE OF RURAL LIFE. (By Virgil.)
    • EMPLOYMENTS OF THE BEE. (By Virgil.)
    • PUNISHMENTS IN HELL. (By Virgil.)
    • HORACE.
    • TO LICINIUS. (By Horace.)
    • TO PYRRHA. (By Horace.)
    • SENECA.
    • HAPPINESS FOUNDED ON WISDOM. (By Seneca.)
    • AGAINST RASH JUDGMENT. (By Seneca.)
    • THE EQUALITY OF MAN. (By Seneca.)
    • ALL THINGS ORDERED BY GOD. (By Seneca.)
    • PLUTARCH.
    • THE HORRIBLE PROSCRIPTIONS OF SYLLA. (By Plutarch.)
    • DEMOSTHENES AND CICERO COMPARED. (By Plutarch.)
    • TOMBS AND CATACOMBS.ToC
      • TOMBS.
      • The Catacombs.
        • EARLY INSCRIPTIONS.
        • PAINTINGS.
        • GLASS VASES.
        • S. CALIXTUS.
        • THE LAST SUPPER.
        • S. PONTIANUS.
      • EARLY INSCRIPTIONS.
      • PAINTINGS.
      • GLASS VASES.
      • S. CALIXTUS.
      • THE LAST SUPPER.
      • S. PONTIANUS.
    • TOMBS.
    • The Catacombs.
      • EARLY INSCRIPTIONS.
      • PAINTINGS.
      • GLASS VASES.
      • S. CALIXTUS.
      • THE LAST SUPPER.
      • S. PONTIANUS.
    • EARLY INSCRIPTIONS.
    • PAINTINGS.
    • GLASS VASES.
    • S. CALIXTUS.
    • THE LAST SUPPER.
    • S. PONTIANUS.
    • TRUTH OF THE BIBLE.ToC
      • THE END.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE END.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
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