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Shakespere, strong probability that he knew sufficient Italian to read

Ariosto, 429.
Shinto Faith, Pater-Noster of, 601.
Ship, a man burnt in, was supposed afterwards to take a voyage to

Paradise in the same ship, 551.
Sigfusson Sæniund, the first, in the XIth Century, to commit the
Eddaic

poems to writing, 522.
Sirat, the, the path that spans Eternal Fire, adopted by Muhammad

for the Persians, 577.
Sky, the, as always visible, the fittest to represent the Supreme Deity,

358.
Soul after death, future of, represented by a journey across a Western

Sea to a Western Paradise, 528.
Soul's Journey, earliest myth of, speaks of a River of Death, and not of

a Sea of Death, 530.
Société des Gens de Lettres, chiefly a Society for the protection of the

rights of authors, 331.
Spelling Reform, notice of various Plans suggested for, 623, 624.

suggestions of the principles on which it ought to be
conducted, 624—628.
St. Brandan's Isle, Legend of, 52, 53.
Sun, the, character of, as a god, 55.

specially, a wandering and a dying god, 55.

from his character, fitted to be among the greatest of gods,
357.
Sylla, the first niember of the Gens Cornelia who was burnt after death,

541.

Tacitus, picture by, of the Germans he had known or read about,

569.
Tatârs, as well as Turkmans, both alike Turks, have had numberless

writers and poets, 116.
“Thorn,” the word, may be translated etymologically as the “ burning

plant,” 543.
Thorr, and his comrades, adventures of, 563—566.

the three great contests of, all contests with death under various
forms, 567.

journey to Utgardh-Loki, 562–568.
Timoteo in the Mandragola, the origin of Tartuffe and Joseph

Surface, 421.
Trissini, the first to write a regular tragedy, his Sophonisba, 409.
Trojan Antiquities, some lines traced on them resemble “Palm Runes,"

38—40.
Troubadours, effect of the songs of on the Middle Age life, 50.
Turanians, the, have left their mark far and wide, 381.
Turkish Poetry, the metres in extremely multitudinous, 122.

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“Yoke,” the word, scarcely altered in form, and identical in meaning

in the Aryan languages, 385

Zeus, possible Vedic parentage and origin under the form Dyâus, &c.,
354.

type and character of, as the cloud-collector, 362.
Zeus, the Pelasgic, loved, like Odhinn to dwell in woods—hence the

oak was dedicated to both alike, 363.
Zeus and Apollo, clearly marked differences between, in sculpture,
351.

the form of the sculptured hair of, betoken their
natural origin, 352.

distinctive character of the worship of, 367.
Zodiacal Light, first discovered by an Englishman in London, in 1640,
399.

first so called by Cassini at Paris, in 1680.

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