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Index

A

Æthiopis, 152

Afer, Dionysius, 8
Aaf Mountains, 207

Afghans, 353, 359
Abarimon, 114

Africa, 2, 49, 78, 105, 122, 125, 134,
Abbadie, 130

143, 145, 147, 153, 196, 199, 206, 207,
Abchaz, 220

211, 263, 270, 351, 364
Abdallah of the Land, 3

Africa's warrior women, 178-184
Abdallah of the Sea, 3

Age of Fable, 348
Aberdeen Almanac, 102

Agate, 24
Abodes of the Blest, 257-261, 262, Agatharcides, 199, 353
336-337

Age of Ignorance, 362
Abomey, 180, 183, 188

Agira, 163
Absalom, 188

Agostina, 174
Abu baraquish, 60

Agriophagi, 199
Abul Abbas, 61

Aguirre, 304
Abulfeda, 362

Ahacus, 320
Abyssinia, 38, 54, 74, 75, 76, 130, 178, Aigamuxa, 115
239

Aigiarm, 170
A eademy of Armory, 66

Aikeambenanos, 166
Acephalites, 109, 346, 349, 368, 372

Ajasson, 90
Acheron River, 262

Akbar, 237
Achilles, 152, 153

Akkas, the, 132, 144, 145, 147, 149
Acoloro, island of, 158

Alabama, 319
Acoma, 323

Aladdin, 72, 73, 218
“Acorn-eaters," 247

Alani, the, 193
Acridophagi, 198-199

Alarcon, 321
Acroconopes, the, 103

Albany, land of, 194
Actæon, 28

Albatross, 74
Actium, 97

Albertus Magnus, 140, 350
Adam assayed, 357

Albinos, 193-194
Adam of Bremen, 160, 268, 335 Alciphron, 60
Adam's footprint, 8

Aldrovandi, 79, 140, 212
Adam's Peak, 8

Aleutian Islands, 106, 255, 360
Addison, Launcelot, 42

Alexander, 19, 63, 81, 91, 232, 235, 236,
Aden, 267; Gulf of, 233

237, 259, 353
Adriatic Sea, 249

Alexandria, 223, 353, 354
Ægean Sea, 186, 187

Algonquins, 81, 118, 119, 303, 369
Ægipans, 206

Al Istakhri, 362
Ælian, 39, 53, 55, 56, 81, 96, 123, 286, Aljahedh, 362
350

Allerion, 66
Æneas, 76

Alligator god, 338
Æneid, 75

Alps, the, 80, 191, 203
Æschylus, 96, 194, 309, 907

Altai Mountains, 55, 117
Æsculapius, 84

Alton, 80
Æsop's fables, 375

Alvarado, 323, 324
Ætas, the, 137, 148

Alvares, Father, 178
Æthicus of Istria, 138

Amazons, 2, 84, 118, 151-189, 207, 237,
Ethiopica of Marcellus, 186

362, 365, 368, 369, 375

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