NOTE. - As it was found impossible always to insert the illustrations opposite the explanatory text, the following List will assist the reader to those pages which explain the objects represented.

Plate Described on page.

I. Figure 1, Egyptian Phallus . . . . 1, 2, 3

From"Recueil d'Antiquites Egyptiennes, etc., par.

„ 2, do., different view . . . . 1, 2, 3

1. 3. Two views of a double figure . . 1, 2, 3

„ 4, Roman Priapus over a baker's door at Pompeii . 11

From"Muses secret de Naples".

II. Figure 1, Lingham . , . , . 1, 2, 3

From M. Sonnerat's "Voyage aux Indes Orientates".

„ 2, Pan's Head . . . . 9, 10

From the Collection of Antiquities at Pompeii, vide "Musee secret de Naples".

III. Figure 1. Leaden Phallus . . . . 5

From the"Forgeais Collection of Plombs Historiques".

„ 2, ditto, a different view .... 5

„ 3, ditto ditto .... 5

„ 4, ditto ditto , 3

Plate Described on page.

IV. Figure 1, Round Tower . . . 5,6,7

From O'Brien's "History of the Round Towers of Ireland".

„ 2, Three-headed Osiris . 7,8,9

From the Comte de Caylus' "Recueil d'Antiquites Egyptiennes," etc.

V. Figure 1, Cross . . . 12, 13, 14

From Higgin's "Anacalypsis,"

„ 2, Another example . , . 12, 13, 14

From the same work.

„ 3, Another example . . . 12, 13, 14

From the same work.

„ 4, Another example . . . . 12, 13, 14

From the same work.

VI. Figure 1, Ex Voto, In Silver . . . 18, 19, 20

From the British Museum copy of R. Payne Knight's "History of the Worship of Priapus".

„ 2, Dudaim or Mandrake . 67, 70, 71, 74

From Dr. Kitto's "Cyclopaedia of Biblical Literature".

VII. Figure 1, Fibula . . . 142, 3

From Holyday's "Juvenal".

„ 2, Another example of a different construction . 142, 3