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[4] Baumeister, volume I., page 620 (figure 690).

[5] Baumeister, volume I., page 379 (figure 415).

[6] Baumeister, volume I., page 653 (figure 721).

[7] Baumeister, volume I., page 663 (figure 730). See the Frontispiece and its explanation.

[8] _American Journal of Archaeology_, volume XI., page 14 (figure 12, page 15).

[9] _Custos opaci pervigil regni canis._ Seneca.

[10] _Inferno_, Canto vi., 13 ff.

[11] See p. 99 of the Teubner edition of his writings.

[12] Fulgentius, Liber I., Fabula VI., de Tricerbero, p. 20 of the Teubner edition.

[13] Both cankara, the great Hindu theologian and commentator of the Upanishads, as well as all modern interpreters of the Upanishads, have failed to see the sense of this passage.

[14] Cf. the notion of the sun as the "highest death" in _T[=a]ittir[=i]va Br[=a]hmana_, i. 8. 4.

[15] See Ernst Kuhn, Festgruss an Otto von Bohtlingk, page 68 ff.

[16] Similar notions in Russia and Russian Asia are reported by Wsevolod Miller, Atti del iv. _Congresso Internazionale degli Orientalisti_, vol.

ii. p. 43; and by Casartelli, _Babylonian and Oriental Record_, iv. 266 ff. They are most likely derived from Iranian sources.

[17] See _American Journal of Philology_, vol. XI., p. 355.

[18] Similarly in Greek [Greek: Aiante] means Ajax and Teukros; see Delbruck, _Vergleichende Syntax_, i. 137.

[19] See Usener, Gotternamen, p. 303 ff.

[20] Max Muller, _Contributions to the Science of Mythology_, p. 240.

[21] Brinton, _The Myths of the New World_. Second Edition, p. 265.

[22] Presented to the American Oriental Society at its meeting May 5, 1891; and printed in its Journal, Vol. XV., pp. 163 ff.

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