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aborigines affinities Afghans Africa Algonkin alphabet American amongst Anglo-Saxon Arabic Arawaks Archipelago Ashanti Asiatic Athabaskan Australian Avans believe belong Bengali Biluch blood Bodo Brahminism Brahui British Buddhism Burmese Cacheo called Cape Carib Celtic Celts character chief coast colour creed Dahomey Dhimal dialect divisions Dutch Dyaks Efik elements English Eskimo ethnological Euhemerism European Fanti Fetish Friesland Frisian frontier Gambia Garo geographical German Grebo Greek guage hair Heligoland Hindu Hottentot Iberic Indian Indra inference island isolated Kaffre Kariens Khonds Kocch Koluch language latter less Mahometan Malays Mandingo Maruts means ments monosyllabic mountains Nascopi nations native Negroes Nehanni northern notice numerous occupants Orang Binua original Paganism peculiar peninsula Pennu physiognomy popu population present priest Rajmahali religion respect River sacrifice Sanskrit Semang Siamese Singpho skin slaves speak tain Tamul Tamulian term tion tongues tribes Vedas village vocabularies whilst words worship
10 페이지 - Langobardos paucitas nobilitat: plurimis ac valentissimis nationibus cincti, non per obsequium sed proeliis et periclitando tuti sunt. Reudigni deinde, et Aviones, et Angli, et Varini, et Eudoses, et Suardones, et Nuithones, fluminibus aut silvis muniuntur: nee quidquam notabile in singulis, nisi quod in commune Herthum, id est Terrain matrem colunt, eamque intervenire rebus hominum, invehi populis,
11 페이지 - tantiim amata, donee idem sacerdos satiatam conversatione mortalium deam templo reddat; mox vehiculum et vestes, et, si credere velis, numen ipsum secreto lacu abluitur. Servi ministrant, quos statim idem lacus haurit. Arcanus hinc terror, sanctaque ignorantia, quid sit id, quod tantum perituri vident."—
11 페이지 - insula Oceani Castum nemus, dicatumque in eo vehiculum, veste contectum, attingere uni sacerdoti concessum. Is adesse penetrali deam intelligit, vectamque bobus feminis multa cum veneratione prosequitur. Laeti tunc dies, festa loca,
123 페이지 - take and eat, heretofore you have eaten and drunk with us; you can do so no more; you were one of us, you can be so no longer; we come no more to you; come you not to us." After this each member of the
25 페이지 - many furlongs from the ships, the Danish men went from their three ships to the other three which were left by the tide on their side, and then they there fought against them. There was slain Lucumon the king's reeve, and Wulf heard the Frisian, and
170 페이지 - recompenser of worship with wealth, be attracted by our offered viands to our rite ! 11. Saraswati', the inspirer of those who delight in truth, the instructress of the rightminded, has accepted our sacrifice ! 12. Saraswati' makes manifest by her acts a mighty river, and (in her own form) enlightens all understandings.
178 페이지 - have there been, and multitudes of Bruhmas, Vishnoos, and Sivas. Thousands of Peers and Prophets, and tens of thousands of saints and holy men: But the chief of Lords is the one Lord, the true name of God. O Nanuk! of God, His qualities, without end, beyond reckoning, who can understand
257 페이지 - them the justice to say, that the parent himself expresses a wish to depart, otherwise the unnatural deed would probably never be committed, for they, in general, treat their old people with much care and tenderness. The son, or nearest relative, performs the office of executioner—the self-devoted victim being disposed of by strangulation.
16 페이지 - often looked in vain for the auburn or golden locks and the light cerulean eyes of the old Germans, and never verified the picture given by the ancients of his countrymen, till he visited Scandinavia; there he found himself surrounded by the Germans of Tacitus.
178 페이지 - The true name is God; without fear, without enmity; the Being without death ; the Giver of salvation ; the Gooroo and Grace. Remember the primal truth; truth which was before the world began. Truth which is, and truth, 0 Nanuk! which will remain. By reflection it cannot be
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