The Inequality of Human Races, by Arthur De Gobineau

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Re: The Inequality of Human Races, by Arthur De Gobineau

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INDEX

A

Abraham, 123
Abu-Hanifah, 123
Achaemenidae, 176
Adair, 72
Adam, 118-9, 145
AEschylus, 14, 99
Agrippa, 17
Albigenses, 198
Alcaeus, 94
Alexander the Great, 44, 175-6, 193
Alexandria, 61
Alexandrians, 38, 176
Algiers, 171
Alleghany race, 71, 172
Altaic languages, 183
Altai Mountains, 128, 141
Amalfi, 61
America, Anglo-Saxons of North,
39, 71, 160 n.
Anabaptists, 20
Anaxagoras, 14
Ancorso, 143
Andes, 115
Anglo-Saxons, 30, 69
Annam, 164
Anne, Queen, 42
Antilles, 50
Antioch, 60
Antonines, 15
Antoninus Pius, 11
Anubis, 66
Apollo, 108-9
Appius Claudius, 9
Arabs, 21, 58, 122-5, 177-9
Aral, Lake, 128
Aramaic, 194
Aranda, Count of, 52
Ararat, Mount, 142
Araucans, 119
Arbela, 33
Arcadia, 59
Arginusae, 158
Aristophanes, 14, 157
Aristotle, 166
Arkansas, 71
Armagnacs, 12
Armenians, 58, 193
Arsacidae, 177
Artibonite, 48
Aryan languages, 183, 188, 199
Aryavarta, 32
Aseddin, 129
Ashik-Pacha-Zadeh, 130 n.
Aspasia, 14
Assyria, 2, 7, 56, 79
Assyrians, 87, 126
Athene, 94
Athenians, 7; religion, 13, 17; art
and politics, 157-8
Athens, 59, 104
Atlas, Mount, 141
Attila, 132
Aurelian, 17
Auvergne, 121
Aymaras, 85
Aztecs, 8, 13, 192

B

Baber, 129 n.
Babylon, 10, 194
Bagdad, 178
Baker, 137-8
Balaibalan, 188
Bambaras, 180
Barrow, 121 n.
Basques, 194
Belgium, 92, 99
Berbers, 194, 201
Berlin, climate of, 38
Bernard, St., 69
Bichat, 24
Birman, 190
Blumenbach, 109-10, 119, 146
Boeotia, 59
Bordeaux, 60
Born, Bertran de, 197
Bossuet, 12
Brahmans, 32, 65; civilization, 83,
97, 209; religion, 142; pacifism, 161
Brazil, 125 n.
Bremen, 60
Breton, language, 201
Brittany, 17, 44, 101 n.
Buddhists, 65, 97
Burgundian, 201
Bushmen, 187

C

Caciques, 171
Cadiz, 150
Caesar, Julius, 15, 158
Calabrians, 121
Calvinists, 41
Camper, 108-10
Canaries, 144, 155
Cappadocians, 193
Capri, 60
Carians, 193
Caroline Islands, 173
Carthage, 13
Carthaginians, 35, 38, 66, 79
Carus, 54 n., 74 n., 111-4, 149
Catalans, 92
Catawhas, 172
Cato, 158
Catullus, 166
Caucasian, 119, 146
Caucasus, 127, 141-2, 187
Celtic languages, 189-90, 196-201
Celts, 32, 35, 172
Chagres, 61
Charlemagne, 150
Charles I, of England, 41; VII, of
France, 43
Cherokees, 69, 71-2, 74, 121, 172
China, 7, 20; climate of, 56-7
Chinese, 33; as traders, 58; Chinese
Christians, 64-5; material
civilization, 87, 95-7; permanent characteristics, 138;
language, 184-5
Chiquitos, 202
Chlodwig, 160 n.
Christianity, its fight against paganism, 45; relation to civilization, chap, vii passim
Cicero, 158
Cincinnatus, 11
Cingalese, 126
Cirionos, 53
Civilization, Guizot's definition,
80-1; von Humboldt's definition, 82; Gobineau's definition,
91; list of — s, 211-12
Co-adjutor, 41
Columbus, 144
Confucius, 74 n.
Constantine, 15
Constantinople, 61 , 128, 150
Coptic, 185 n.
Cordilleras, the, 64
Cordova, 29, 177
Corinth, 59
Coromandel Coast, 122
Cortes, 8, 192
Creeks, 71
Croats, 29
Cuba, 51
Cuvier, 118, 136 141
Cuzco, 167
Cyrus the Great, 10

D

Dahomey, 48, 85
Damascus, 57
Dante, 198
Darius, 10, 33, 176
Davis, 96
Deccan, 147
Decius, 17
Degeneration, meaning of, 25
Delaware, 190
Delhi, 34
Demeter, 59, 94
Diocletian, 17, 96
Djelat-Eddin-Rumi, 188
Dodona, 175
Draco, 40
Druids, 44

E

Ecbatana, 175
Egypt, 2, 7, 56
Egyptians, 30, 80; civilization, 87;
relations with Islam, 178
Ekkhili, 201
England, luxury in, 8; change in
institutions, 42
English, as rulers of India, 34;
civilization, 81, 92, 97-102
Epicurus, 13
Erie, Lake, 55
Eskimos, 64-5, 69, 131
Etruscans, 80, 121
Euhemerus, 16
Euphrates, 56
Europeans, physical and mental
characteristics of, 107-8 and
chaps, x, xii, xvi, passim
Euskara, 201, 203
Eve, 119

F

Fabii, 33, 159
Farnese Hercules, 108
Fatimites, 7
Fellatahs, 48
Fenelon, 12
Ferdinand the Catholic, 41
Finns, 38, 127-32, 146
Flourens, 116
France, luxury in, 8; under English
rule, 20; change in institutions,
43
Franklin, 180 n.
Franks, 199
French, civilization of, 81, 92;
power of resistance, 152; language, 189, 196-201

G

Galerius, 16
Galla, 67
Gallatin, 72
Gallo-Romans, 11, 197
Gar in le Loherain, 200-1
Gauls, the, independence of, 170
Gayaseddin-Keikosrev, 129
Genesis, Book of, 117-8
Genoese, 8, 79
Gerando, 132
Germanic tribes, 87, 91, 93, 128;
language, 189-90, 198-9
Germany, religious wars in, 21
Gioberti, 151
Goethe, 83, 185 n.
Gothic, 190
Goths, 10, 197
Greece, 2, 7; Christianity in, 17;
climate of, 59
Greeks, 8, 10; civilization, 87-8,
92, 94; religion, 142; relation
to Persians, 174-6; language,
191-4
Grenada, 29
Grimm, Monsieur de, 49
Guaranis, 52-3
Guizot, 77-82
Gutenberg, 165

H

Ham, 29, 48
Hamites, 118, 146
Hanover, 92
Hanseatic towns, 60
Harmodius, 10
Hawaii, 47
Hayti, 48-51
Hedjaz, 178
Helvetius, 151
Henry IV, of France, 43
Heracles, Tyrian, 66
Hindus, 29-30, 76; civilization, 80,
87, 91; age of marriage
among, 124
Holbach, Baron, 49
Holland, 92, 99
Homer, 157
Hottentots, 121, 180
Humboldt, A. von, 129 n., 132 n,
137 n, 144 n
Humboldt, W. von, 82-4, 183 n.,
187, 192, 195
Hungary, 29
Huns, 132
Huron, 37
Hussites, 20
Hybrids, fertility of, 1 1 5-7
Hyderabad, 34

I

Iberians, 172-3
Ibn-Foszlan, 160 n.
Iliad, the, 199, 209
Illyrians, 172
India, 7; government of, by the
English, 34; climate, 56-7;
art, 104
Indians, North-American, see Redskins
Indians, South-American, 171
Ishmael, 122, 177
Isis, 66
Isola Madre, 144

J

Jamaica, 51
James I, of England, 42
Janissaries, 130
Japanese, 64, 80
Japhet, 118
Javanese, 45, 171
Jerome, St., 197
Jesuits, 51-3, 68, 125 n.
Jews, 3, 29; growth, 58-9; religion,
66; physical identity, 122-3;
language, 194-5
Jovian, 1 1
Judaea, 13
Julia, 15 n.
Julian, 16
Jupiter, 13

K

Kabyles, 57
Kaffirs, 85, 180
Kalidasa, 157
Kalmucks, 108
Kamaun, 147
Kamehameha 111, 47
Katai Mountains, 128
Kawi, 190
Khalil Chendereli, 130
Khor^abad, 126
Kirghiz-Kasaks, 132
Klemm, 86 n.
Koran, 123-4
Krapff, 125 n.
Kurds, 29

L

Laelius, 14
Lahore, 34
Lander, 180
Languedoc, 122
Langue d'oil, 197, 199-201
Lapps, 69, 127, 131, 133
Latin, rustic, 196-7
Leila, 124
Lenni-Lenapes, 55 n., 190-1
Lingua romana, 189, 197-9
Littre, 199
London, mixture of races in, 150
Louis XIV, 12, 21, 151
Lucrece, 9
Ludolf, 114 n.
Lutherans, Danish, 69
Lycurgus, 40, 42
Lyons, 60

M

Macaulay, Lord, 198
Macedonians, the, 30, 175
Magadha, 7
Magi, 13
Magyars, 29, 131-3
Malabar, 122
Malays, 58, 11 1-3, 152, 208
Manchus, 20
Manu, Code of, 32
Marcius, Ancus, 15 n.
Marianne Islands, the, 172
Marseilles, 60
Martial, 166
Martinique, 51
Maximin, 16
Medusa, 109
Meiners, 107 n.
Memphis, 38
Meru, 142
Mexico, Gulf of, 55
Mieris, 113 n.
Milan, 60
Mississippi, 71
Missouri, 55
Mohammedans, 51, 177-9
Mohammed IV, 130
Mohammed (the Prophet), 177-8
Mongols, 20; Mongol Christians,
64; material civilization, 85;
physical characteristics, n 1-5,
150. See also Yellow Races
Montausier, the, 12
Montpellier, 178
Moors, 41
Moravians, 69, 161
Morosini, 193
Morton, 111
Mulattoes, 149, 209
Muskhogees, 172
Mussulmans, see Mohammedans

N

Napoleon, 41, 151
Narbonese Gaul, 44
Narbonne, 60
Natchez, 172
Negroes, incapacity for civilization,
74-5; physical and mental
characteristics, chaps, x, xii,
xvi, passim
Nero, 17
Nestorians, 29
Neustria, 133
New Zealanders, 152
Nimrud, 168
Nineveh, 104
Normandy, climate of, 144
Normans, 31, 60
Novgorod, 60
Numidia, 94
Nushirwan, 128 n.

O

Oceania, 46, 57, 107, 116, 162
Odenathus, 177
Oghuzes, 128-9
Olympia, 175
Olympus, Mount, 142
d'Orbigny, 163 n., 202
Orenburg, 76
Ortoghrul, 129
Osman, 129-30
Osmanlis, 129-30
Ostiaks, 127, 133
Othomi, 185 n.
Owen, 109-11

P

Palestine, climate of, 59
Palmyra, 177
Panama, 61
Paraguay, 51-3, 125 n.
Parana, 53
Paris, 10, 43, 60; mixture of races
in, 150
Park, Mungo, 180
Parsees, 29
Parthenon, 193
Pathans, 76
Paul, St., 17
Pecheray, 150
Pelagian, 150
Perm, 39
Pericles, 14, 94, 157
Permians, 133
Persepolis, 126, 176
Persians, 8, 13, 29-30, 33; relation
to Greeks, 174-6; relation to
Arabs, 178-9
Peru, 13, 85
Peruvians, 80, 115; civilization,
167; language, 192
Philae, 104
Philip of Macedon, 94
Philip the Arabian, 177
Phoenicians, 9, 35, 57, 79
Picardy, 201
Piedmont, 87
Pindar, 94, 1 57
Pisans, 8, 79
Plato, 157, 166
Pliny, 159, 166
Plutarch, 5
Polynesians, 27, 85, 147
Pompeius, 158
Pontus, 7
Postumus, C. Junius, 159
Praetorian Guard, 16
Prakriti, 86
Prichard, 8, 73, chap, x passim, 123,
125, 137, 146
Prometheus, 142
Purusha, 86

Q

Quaternary type, 149
Quichuas, 85, 115
Quito, 167

R

Radack Islands, the, 143
Ravenna, 61
Raynal, Abbe, 6
Rechabites, 122
Redskins of North America, their
treatment, 46; skull-measurement, 1 1 1-2; exclusiveness,
170- 1
Regent of France (Anne of Austria),
41
Rocky Mountains, 55
Roman Empire, fall of, 2-3, 33
Romans, 8, 9; civilization, 87, 92,
94-7; modernity, 158-9; diffusion of books among, 166
Rome, luxury in, 8; religion in, 13,
17, 66; climate of, 59-60
Rosa, St., 68
Roussillon, 122
Rubens, 113 n.
Rum, 129
Russia, 8, 152
Russians, 76

S

de Sacy, 187
Sakuntala, 124
Salsette, 104
Samal, 143
Samoyedes, 27, 85, 127, 131
San Domingo, 48-51
Sandwich Islands, 46-7
Sanscrit, 188-91, 203
Saracens, 197
Sarah, 123
Sassanidae, 177
Saxons, 29
Scandinavians, 133, 209
Schlotzer, 132
Scilly Isles, 173
Scipio, 14, 35
Scythians, 129 n., 133
Seljukians, 129-30
Seminoles, 172
Semites, 29, 118, 146
Semitic languages, 184, 188-9
Seneca, 161
Septimius Severus, 11
Shahnameh, the, 209
Sharuz, 128
Shelley, 37 n.
Shem, 29
Siamese, 164 n.
Siculi, 132
Sicyon, 175
Sidon, 57
Slavs, 32, 74, 92
Socrates, 14
Sophocles, 14
Spain, 20; Arabs in, 29
Spaniards, in South America, 46,
52; independence of, 170
Sparta, 59, 175
Spartacus, 159
Spartans, 9, 40, 79
Squier, 55 n.
St. Bartholomew's day, 12
Strafford, Earl of, 41
Suetonius, 15 n.
Sufis, 188
Sulla, 158
Sulpicius Severus, 197
Swabia, 79
Switzerland, 124; climate of, 144
Syria, 79
Syrians, 94, 172, 177-9

T

Tacitus, 5, 17
Tahitians, 154
Talmud, 195
Tatars, 146
Tchingiz, 129 n.
Tenochtitlan, 104
Terah, 194
Teresa, St., 69
Tertiary type, 147
Tertullian, 159
Teutates, 13
Thebaid, 69
Thirty Tyrants, 20
Thucydides, 6
Thuringia, 79
Tiberius, 60
Tibetans, 80, 91, 97
Tigris, 56
Tihuanaco, 167
Tlaxcala, 159
Tocqueville, de, 72 n.
Toledo, 29
Tonga-Tabu, 154
Tonkin, 164
Toulouse, 60
Touraine, 100 n.
Trajan, 11, 159
Treves, 60, 197
Tribunate, the, 9
Triptolemus, 59
Tungusians, 117, 127, 133
Turanians, 128
Turkestan, 128
Turkey, 29
Turks, 29, 127-31
Tylos, 57
Tyre, 13, 57

U

Ulea, 143
Ulfilas, 190
Ur, 194
Urkan, 130
Uruguay, 53

V

Valentia, 29
Valerius Publicola, 10
Valmiki, 157
Vaqueiras, Raimbaut de, 198
Venetians, 8, 79
Venice, 60
Venus, 108
Virgil, 166
Voltaire, 5
Vrolik, 114- 5

W

Wallachians, 29, 190
Wanikas, 125 n.
Washington, 39
White races, definition, 146; see
also Europeans
William III, of England, 21, 81

X

Xerxes, 176

Y

Yellow races, physical and mental
characteristics of, chaps, x, xii,
xvi passim; definition, 146;
see also Mongols
Yemen, 178
Yolofs, 180
Yo-kiao-li, 125 n.
Yunnan, 87

Z

Zama, battle of, 35
Zend, 201
Zeno, 14
Zenobia, 177
Zerubbabel, 194
Zingaris, 124, 195 n.
Zita, St., 69
Zuleika, 124
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