The CBd
Bonner, SMA, 332.



Valentinian Gnostics, 30, 32, 45

Vase of Sins, so-called, 82

Victory, 35; as object of magical charms, 48; on Helios amulet, 149, 178

Virgin and infant Jesus, 221-222

Vowels, the seven: symbols of the planets, in magical charms, 12, 138; use in incantations, 186-187; arranged in figures, 193, 236

Was scepter, 249

Whip, 116; wielded by cock-headed anguipede, 123; distinguished from flail or ladanisterion of Egyptian gods, 128

Wholesale production of cheap amulets, 50

Women, amulets for their ailments, 79-94; represented on uterine and birth amulets, 91-93

Zeth = Seth, Set, 20, 153; addressed in as κύρια, 172, 185

Zeus, 115, 124; Hagios, 173; Hypsistos, 177

Zoroaster, 32

GREEK WORDS

ἅγιος, 172

ἀγωγή as name of charm, 115

*ἀποστρεψίκακος, 172-173

βοήθει, 180

γιγαντορῆκτα, epithet of Chnoubis, 57, cf. 59; 168; variations, 169

διάγραμμα of Ophianic Gnostics, D50

διάκοπος, name of magical spell, 106; amulet of this sort, 107

διψάς, 88

Δόμνος (Dominus), 173

δύναμις, as acclamation, 49, 177

εἷς θεός, as acclamation, on both pagan and Christian amulets, 174-175; as εἷς θεὸς Σάραπις, εἷς Ζεὺς Σάραπις, 175

ἑκατοντόμαχος, 169

ἐλέησον, 189-18

ἐπήκοος, 176

εὐπόρει, 181

θυμοκάτοχον, name of charm, 103

Ἰησοῦς, the name used on a magical amulet, 173

κατάδεσμος, Latin defixio, a form of enchantment, 101, 117

κατακλίνω, use in magic, 118

κεστὸς ἱμάς, 115

κύριος, κυρία, applied to divinities, 172

*κωλάωεμος, 65

*λεοντορῆκτα, 169

Λητοίδης, 168

Μείθρας, isopsephic with Αβρασαξ, 33

νικᾷ, as acclamation, 176; νικᾷ ἡ Εἶσις, νικᾷ ὁ ἐπήκοος, 176

νικητικόν, νικητήριον, amulet giving victory, 103

ὀφιοκέφαλοι, mentioned by Athanasius, 160

ὁ ὤν (Exod. 3.14), on magical amulet, 109; on Christian amulet, 225

πάντων δεσπότης, 171-172

παραστάθητι, 180

παρηγόρει, 181

πλάνη in uncertain sense, 101, n. 26

ποδίον, 76

*προκύνη, 169-170

πύρηθρον (πύρεθρον), in sense of fever, 67-68

ῥηξίχθων (ῥησσίχθων, ῥησίχθων), 170

στέλλω, in medical language, 84, 92

συμπαραστάθητι, 180

σωματοφύλαξ, 180

τύχη, as acclamation, 177

ὑγίεια, as acclamation, 177

*φοβερόμματος, 168

φυλακτήριον, 180

φύλαξ, 179

φύλαξον, φύλασσε, διαφύλασσε, 180

φυσικλείδιον, 85

χαῖρε, as acclamation, 177

χαρά, as acclamation, 177

χάρις, in magical charms, 47-49, 179; on love amulet (?), 120; in religious sense among Gnostics and Christians, 178-179; perhaps also among pre-Christian pagans, 179

χαριτήσιον, amulet worn for favor or success, 103

ψυχή, in love charm, 118-119; equivalent to "self," 185

MAGICAL WORDS, NAMES, AND FORMULAS

Ααριηλ, name on Ophite amulet, 135, 137

αβεραμενθω formula, a palindrome, 160, 202; Aberamentho as a name of Jesus, 203

αβλαναθαναλβα, palindrome, 110; in magical figure, 116, 154; 191, 202

Αβρασαξ, magical name, passim; ruler of 365 heavens, 133; isopsephic significance, 154, 192; name not confined to cock-headed anguipede, 134

αζαζ αραθ, magical words, 58; ὁ θεὸς Αραθ, ibid. on reverse of gem showing headless man, 111

αθθα βαθθα, palindrome associated with Isis and Harpocrates, 145, 196

αιαναγβα αμοραχθι formula, 96

ακραμμαχαμαρι, in magical figure, 116; 154, 191, 201

Ακτιωφι Ερεσχιγαλ Νεβουτοσουαληθ, 86, 197




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