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The most comprehensive work in its class; includes articles on all religions, ethical systems and movements, religious beliefs and customs, philosophical ideas, moral practices, as well as related subjects in anthropology, mythology, folklore, relevant areas of biology, psychology, economics and sociology.

vii DUKES ( EDWIN J.). Minister of St. Paul’s Chapel, Kentish Town, London; formerly London Society Mission-ary in China; author of Everyday Life in China. Feng- shui. DUNLOP ( F. W.), M. A., Ph. D. Minister at Annandale, Sydney, Australia. Essence. EHRHARDT ( CHRISTIAN EUGÈNE). Professeur honoraire de l’Université; Profes-seur à la Faculté libre de Théologie prot-estante de Paris; Pasteur à Bourg- la- Reine ( Consistoire de Paris). Equiprobabilism. ELWORTHY ( FREDERICK THOMAS). Author of The Evil Eye. Evil Eye. EUCKEN ( RUDOLF CHRISTOPH), Dr. theol. u. philos. Geheimer Rat; ordentlicher Professor der Philosophie an der Universität zu Jena; Verfasser von Hauptprobleme der Reli-gionsphilosophie der Gegenwart. Dualism. EVANS ( JOHN YOUNG), M. A., B. D. Professor of Church History and Patristic Literature at the Theological College, Abe-rystwyth. Erastianism. FAIRBANKS ( ARTHUR), Ph. D. ( Freiburg i. B.), Litt. D. ( Dartmouth College). Professor of Greek Literature and Greek Archæology in the State University of Iowa, 1900– 1906; in the University of Michigan, 1906– 1907; Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1907. Expiation and Atonement ( Greek), Family ( Greek). FALLAIZE ( EDWIN NICHOLAS COLLINGFORD), B. A. ( Oxon.). Late King Charles Exhibitioner, Exeter Col-lege, Oxford; Recorder, Section H ( Anthro-pology) of the British Association for the Advancement of Science. Family ( Primitive). FORTESCUE ( ADRIAN), Ph. D., D. D. ( Innsbruck). Roman Catholic Priest at Letchworth; author of The Orthodox Eastern Church ( 1907), The Mass: A Study of the Roman Lit-urgy ( 1912). Febronianism. FOUCART ( GEORGE B.), Docteur ès- Lettres. Professeur d’Histoire des Religions à l’Univer-sité d’Aix- Marseille; Professeur à l’Institut Colonial de Marseille ( Religions et cou-tumes des peuples d’Afrique); Ancien In-specteur en chef du Service des Antiquités de l’Égypte; auteur de Histoire des Reli-gions et Méthode Comparative2 ( 1912). Dreams and Sleep ( Egyptian), Dualism ( Egyptian), Festivals and Fasts ( Egyp-tian). FRAZER ( ROBERT W.), LL. B., I. C. S. ( Retired). Lecturer in Tamil and Telugu, University College, London; Principal Librarian, Lon-don Institution; author of A Literary His-tory of India. Dravidians ( South India). GARDINER ( ALAN HENDERSON), D. Litt. ( Oxon.). Reader in Egyptology at Manchester Univer-sity; formerly Laycock Student of Egypt-ology at Worcester College, Oxford, and Sub- editor of the Hieroglyphic Dictionary of the German Academies at Berlin. Ethics and Morality ( Egyptian). GEDEN ( ALFRED S.), M. A. ( Oxon.), D. D. ( Aber.). Professor of Old Testament Languages and Literature, and of Comparative Religion, in the Wesleyan College, Richmond, Sur-rey; author of Studies in Religions of the East, Outlines of Introduction to the Hebrew Bible; translator of P. Deussen’s Philosophy of the Upanishads. Education ( Buddhist), Fate ( Buddhist). GEFFCKEN ( Dr. JOHANNES). Ordentlicher Professor der Klass. Philologie an der Universität zu Rostock. Euhemerism, Eumenides. GERIG ( JOHN LAWRENCE), M. A., Ph. D. Associate Professor of Romance Languages and Celtic in Columbia University, New York. Ethics and Morality ( Celtic). GERINI ( Colonel G. E.), M. R. A. S. Late Director of Military Education, R. Sia-mese Army; Honorary Member of the Siam Society. Festivals and Fasts ( Siamese). GOLDZIHER ( IGNAZ), Ph. D., D. Litt., LL. D. Professor of Semitic Philology in the Uni-versity of Budapest; Ord. Member and Class- President of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences; Foreign Member of the Brit-ish Academy, of the Imperial Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, of the Royal Academy of Sciences, Berlin, of the In-dian Institute, The Hague, of the Jewish Historical Society of England, of the So-ciété Asiatique, Paris. Education ( Muslim). GRAY ( LOUIS HERBERT), Ph. D. Sometime Member of the Editorial Staff of the New International Encyclopædia, Ori-entalische Bibliographie, etc.; Member of the American and German Oriental Societ-ies, etc.; author of Indo- Iranian Phono-logy ( 1902); translator of Vasavadatta, a Sanskrit Romance by Subandhu ( 1912). Duelling, Education ( Persian), Eskimos, Ethics and Morality ( Polynesian), Eu-nuch, Expiation and Atonement ( In-troductory), Family ( Persian), Fate ( Ira-nian), Festivals and Fasts ( Iranian). GRAY ( Mrs. FLORENCE LILLIAN [ RIDLEY]). Member of the American Oriental Society. Easter Island. HALDANE ( ELIZABETH SANDERSON), LL. D. Author of Life of James Ferrier ( 1899), Life of Descartes ( 1905), and joint- translator of Hegel’s History of Philosophy ( 1892), and The Philosophical Works of Descartes ( 1911– 12). Encyclopædists. HALL ( H. R.), M. A., F. S. A. Assistant in the Department of Egyptian and Assyrian Antiquities in the British Museum. Expiation and Atonement ( Egyptian), Family ( Egyptian), Fate ( Egyptian). HANNAY ( JAMES OWEN), M. A. Rector of Westport, Co. Mayo. Eustathius. AUTHORS OF ARTICLES IN THIS VOLUMEAnd— Art | Art— Bun | Bur— Con | Con— Dra | Dra— Fic | Fic— Hyk | Hym— Lib | Lif— Mul | Mun— Phr | Pic— Sac | Sac— Sud | Suf— Zwi P  a g e      V i e w Search | F i n d | H o m e | Index   P a g e      V i e w

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