A New System; or, an Analysis of Antient Mythology. Volume I.
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A New System; or, an Analysis of Antient Mythology. Volume I.

By Jacob Bryant
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Table of Contents
  • A
  • NEW SYSTEM;
    • OR, AN
    • ANALYSIS
      • OF
    • OF
  • ANTIENT MYTHOLOGY:
    • THE THIRD EDITION. IN SIX VOLUMES.
      • WITH A PORTRAIT AND SOME ACCOUNT OF THE AUTHOR;
      • A VINDICATION OF THE APAMEAN MEDAL;
        • Observations and Inquiries relating to various Parts of Antient History;
      • Observations and Inquiries relating to various Parts of Antient History;
      • A COMPLETE INDEX,
        • AND FORTY-ONE PLATES, NEATLY ENGRAVED.
      • AND FORTY-ONE PLATES, NEATLY ENGRAVED.
      • VOL. I.
      • LONDON:
      • 1807.
        • SOME
      • SOME
      • ACCOUNT
        • OF THE
      • OF THE
    • WITH A PORTRAIT AND SOME ACCOUNT OF THE AUTHOR;
    • A VINDICATION OF THE APAMEAN MEDAL;
      • Observations and Inquiries relating to various Parts of Antient History;
    • Observations and Inquiries relating to various Parts of Antient History;
    • A COMPLETE INDEX,
      • AND FORTY-ONE PLATES, NEATLY ENGRAVED.
    • AND FORTY-ONE PLATES, NEATLY ENGRAVED.
    • VOL. I.
    • LONDON:
    • 1807.
      • SOME
    • SOME
    • ACCOUNT
      • OF THE
    • OF THE
    • LIFE AND WRITINGS
      • OF
      • JACOB BRYANT, ESQ.
      • INSCRIPTION
        • ON
      • ON
    • OF
    • JACOB BRYANT, ESQ.
    • INSCRIPTION
      • ON
    • ON
    • MR. BRYANT'S MONUMENT,
      • IN
      • CYPENHAM CHURCH.
      • M—S
      • JACOB BRYANT
    • IN
    • CYPENHAM CHURCH.
    • M—S
    • JACOB BRYANT
    • PREFACE.
    • PREFACE
      • TO THE
      • THIRD VOLUME OF THE QUARTO EDITION,
        • BEGINNING AT VOL. iv. PAGE 1. IN THIS EDITION.
      • BEGINNING AT VOL. iv. PAGE 1. IN THIS EDITION.
    • TO THE
    • THIRD VOLUME OF THE QUARTO EDITION,
      • BEGINNING AT VOL. iv. PAGE 1. IN THIS EDITION.
    • BEGINNING AT VOL. iv. PAGE 1. IN THIS EDITION.
    • RADICALS.
      • HAM or CHAM.
        • CHUS.
        • CANAAN.
        • MIZRAIM.
        • NIMROD.
        • TITLES of the DEITY.
        • AB.
        • AUR, OUR, OR.
        • EL.
        • ON and EON.
        • AIT.
        • AD.
        • EES and IS.
        • SAN, SON, ZAN, ZAAN.
        • DI, DIO, DIS, DUS.
        • KUR, ΚYΡΟΣ, CURA.
        • COHEN, or CAHEN.
        • PETAH.
        • BEL and BAAL.
        • KEREN.
        • OPH.
        • AIN.
        • APHA, APHTHA, PTHA, PTHAS.
        • AST, ASTA, ESTA, HESTIA.
        • SHEM, SHAMEN, SHEMESH.
        • MACAR.
        • MELECH.
        • ANAC.
        • ZAR, and SAR.
        • UCH.
        • PHI.
        • AI.
        • Common Names relating to Places.
        • BETH.
        • GAU, expressed CAU, CA, and CO.
        • PARTICLES.
        • OF
      • CHUS.
      • CANAAN.
      • MIZRAIM.
      • NIMROD.
      • TITLES of the DEITY.
      • AB.
      • AUR, OUR, OR.
      • EL.
      • ON and EON.
      • AIT.
      • AD.
      • EES and IS.
      • SAN, SON, ZAN, ZAAN.
      • DI, DIO, DIS, DUS.
      • KUR, ΚYΡΟΣ, CURA.
      • COHEN, or CAHEN.
      • PETAH.
      • BEL and BAAL.
      • KEREN.
      • OPH.
      • AIN.
      • APHA, APHTHA, PTHA, PTHAS.
      • AST, ASTA, ESTA, HESTIA.
      • SHEM, SHAMEN, SHEMESH.
      • MACAR.
      • MELECH.
      • ANAC.
      • ZAR, and SAR.
      • UCH.
      • PHI.
      • AI.
      • Common Names relating to Places.
      • BETH.
      • GAU, expressed CAU, CA, and CO.
      • PARTICLES.
      • OF
    • HAM or CHAM.
      • CHUS.
      • CANAAN.
      • MIZRAIM.
      • NIMROD.
      • TITLES of the DEITY.
      • AB.
      • AUR, OUR, OR.
      • EL.
      • ON and EON.
      • AIT.
      • AD.
      • EES and IS.
      • SAN, SON, ZAN, ZAAN.
      • DI, DIO, DIS, DUS.
      • KUR, ΚYΡΟΣ, CURA.
      • COHEN, or CAHEN.
      • PETAH.
      • BEL and BAAL.
      • KEREN.
      • OPH.
      • AIN.
      • APHA, APHTHA, PTHA, PTHAS.
      • AST, ASTA, ESTA, HESTIA.
      • SHEM, SHAMEN, SHEMESH.
      • MACAR.
      • MELECH.
      • ANAC.
      • ZAR, and SAR.
      • UCH.
      • PHI.
      • AI.
      • Common Names relating to Places.
      • BETH.
      • GAU, expressed CAU, CA, and CO.
      • PARTICLES.
      • OF
    • CHUS.
    • CANAAN.
    • MIZRAIM.
    • NIMROD.
    • TITLES of the DEITY.
    • AB.
    • AUR, OUR, OR.
    • EL.
    • ON and EON.
    • AIT.
    • AD.
    • EES and IS.
    • SAN, SON, ZAN, ZAAN.
    • DI, DIO, DIS, DUS.
    • KUR, ΚYΡΟΣ, CURA.
    • COHEN, or CAHEN.
    • PETAH.
    • BEL and BAAL.
    • KEREN.
    • OPH.
    • AIN.
    • APHA, APHTHA, PTHA, PTHAS.
    • AST, ASTA, ESTA, HESTIA.
    • SHEM, SHAMEN, SHEMESH.
    • MACAR.
    • MELECH.
    • ANAC.
    • ZAR, and SAR.
    • UCH.
    • PHI.
    • AI.
    • Common Names relating to Places.
    • BETH.
    • GAU, expressed CAU, CA, and CO.
    • PARTICLES.
    • OF
    • ETYMOLOGY,
      • AS IT HAS BEEN TOO GENERALLY HANDLED.
    • AS IT HAS BEEN TOO GENERALLY HANDLED.
    • DISSERTATION
      • UPON THE
    • UPON THE
    • HELLADIAN
      • AND OTHER
    • AND OTHER
    • GRECIAN WRITERS.
      • SOME NECESSARY
    • SOME NECESSARY
    • RULES AND OBSERVATIONS
      • IN RESPECT TO
      • ETYMOLOGICAL INQUIRIES;
        • AND FOR
      • AND FOR
      • THE BETTER UNDERSTANDING THE MYTHOLOGY OF GREECE.
        • A
      • A
      • SHORT ACCOUNT
        • OF THE
      • OF THE
    • IN RESPECT TO
    • ETYMOLOGICAL INQUIRIES;
      • AND FOR
    • AND FOR
    • THE BETTER UNDERSTANDING THE MYTHOLOGY OF GREECE.
      • A
    • A
    • SHORT ACCOUNT
      • OF THE
    • OF THE
    • HELLADIANS,
      • AND THEIR ORIGIN;
        • In order to obviate some Objections.
        • A
      • In order to obviate some Objections.
      • A
    • AND THEIR ORIGIN;
      • In order to obviate some Objections.
      • A
    • In order to obviate some Objections.
    • A
  • NEW SYSTEM
    • OR AN
    • ANALYSIS
      • OF
      • ANTIENT MYTHOLOGY.
        • OF
      • OF
    • OF
    • ANTIENT MYTHOLOGY.
      • OF
    • OF
  • ANTIENT WORSHIP,
    • AND OF
    • ETYMOLOGICAL TRUTHS
      • THENCE DEDUCIBLE:
      • EXEMPLIFIED IN THE NAMES OF CITIES, LAKES, AND RIVERS.
        • Pl. I. Mons Argæus Ex Numism Tyanorum et Cæsariensium
        • OF
      • Pl. I. Mons Argæus Ex Numism Tyanorum et Cæsariensium
      • OF
    • THENCE DEDUCIBLE:
    • EXEMPLIFIED IN THE NAMES OF CITIES, LAKES, AND RIVERS.
      • Pl. I. Mons Argæus Ex Numism Tyanorum et Cæsariensium
      • OF
    • Pl. I. Mons Argæus Ex Numism Tyanorum et Cæsariensium
    • OF
    • WORSHIP PAID AT CAVERNS;
      • AND OF
    • AND OF
    • THE ADORATION OF FIRE
      • IN THE
      • FIRST AGES.
        • Pl. II. Temple of Mithras near Naki Rustan in Persia. Also temples in the rock near the Plain of the Magi. From Le Bruyn.
        • Pl. III. Petra, Mithra or Temple of Mithras from Thevenot. Part 2.
        • OF THE
      • Pl. II. Temple of Mithras near Naki Rustan in Persia. Also temples in the rock near the Plain of the Magi. From Le Bruyn.
      • Pl. III. Petra, Mithra or Temple of Mithras from Thevenot. Part 2.
      • OF THE
    • IN THE
    • FIRST AGES.
      • Pl. II. Temple of Mithras near Naki Rustan in Persia. Also temples in the rock near the Plain of the Magi. From Le Bruyn.
      • Pl. III. Petra, Mithra or Temple of Mithras from Thevenot. Part 2.
      • OF THE
    • Pl. II. Temple of Mithras near Naki Rustan in Persia. Also temples in the rock near the Plain of the Magi. From Le Bruyn.
    • Pl. III. Petra, Mithra or Temple of Mithras from Thevenot. Part 2.
    • OF THE
    • OMPHI,
      • AND OF
      • THE WORSHIP UPON HIGH PLACES.
        • Pl. IV. The Ship of Isis Biprora with an Ark.
        • Ship of Isis and Image. From Pocock's Account of Egypt. Pl. XLII.
      • Pl. IV. The Ship of Isis Biprora with an Ark.
      • Ship of Isis and Image. From Pocock's Account of Egypt. Pl. XLII.
      • PATOR AND PATRA.
        • Pl. V. Temple of Mithras Petræus in the Mountains of Persia. From Le Bruyn
        • AN
      • Pl. V. Temple of Mithras Petræus in the Mountains of Persia. From Le Bruyn
      • AN
      • ACCOUNT
        • OF THE
      • OF THE
    • AND OF
    • THE WORSHIP UPON HIGH PLACES.
      • Pl. IV. The Ship of Isis Biprora with an Ark.
      • Ship of Isis and Image. From Pocock's Account of Egypt. Pl. XLII.
    • Pl. IV. The Ship of Isis Biprora with an Ark.
    • Ship of Isis and Image. From Pocock's Account of Egypt. Pl. XLII.
    • PATOR AND PATRA.
      • Pl. V. Temple of Mithras Petræus in the Mountains of Persia. From Le Bruyn
      • AN
    • Pl. V. Temple of Mithras Petræus in the Mountains of Persia. From Le Bruyn
    • AN
    • ACCOUNT
      • OF THE
    • OF THE
    • GODS OF GREECE;
      • To shew that they were all originally one GOD, the SUN.
      • Notes to Volume I.
    • To shew that they were all originally one GOD, the SUN.
    • Notes to Volume I.
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