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feet, 47, 610; slowness in adopting improvements, 365.

Ruini, Carlo, treatise on Veterinary Medicine, 450; method of dilating the heels, 527.

Runic inscription, 197, 207.


Sacrifice of horses, 105, 107, 113, 12, 209.

Saint Columba, 350.

Saint Dega, 350.

Saint Dunstan, 355.

Saint Egwin, 349.

Saint Eloy, patron saint of farriers, 203, 356.

Saint Patrick's smiths, 350.

Samothracian mysteries, 362.

Sandcracks, 477, 479, 503, 522.

Sanfarouche shoe, 570.

Sarmathians, 155.

Saxon shoeing, 276, 283.

Saxons, indifference to the horse, 277; laws of, 278; hunting, 280; value of horses among, 281; weapons of, 282; graves, 283, 286.

Scarcity of horses among the Franks, 155.

Scotland, Roman shoes found in, 253; shoeing in, 289; bog-shoes worn in, 319; horses in, 434.

Scott, Sir W., on Welsh shoeing, 271; 'Bridal of Triermain,' 273.

Screw-shoe, 449, 496, 534.

Sculptures, Greek, 29, 88; Roman, 79, 82; Gallo-Roman at Vaison, 149.

Seated-shoes, 501, 512, 517; seat, or richtung, 188, 199,492.

Sebastian, St, 358.

Serpent, with horse-shoes, 366; in mythology, 368.

Sewell, Professor, discovery of neurotomy, 500.

Sequani, ancient breeds of horses of, 123, 140,324.

Shalokh, race-mark, 210.

Shoes for general purposes, 661; best form of, 665.

Sigmaringen graves, 192.

Sigurd Jorsalafar and golden shoes, 442.

Silbury Hill, remains found in, 241.

Silver shoes, 62, 64, 374, 440.

Single shoes found in graves, 192.

Size of old English horses 435.

Skids for wheels,328.

Smelting, primitive iron, 174, 336, 354.

Smith, Col., on shoeing, 82, 197, 207, 212, 213.

Smith, C. Roach, on Vaison Monument, 149, 150, 153; on Hod Hill relics,. 261; Saxon graves, 2,6; hipposandals, 318.

Snaffles, ancient British,' 239.

Snow, socks for dogs, 27; use of sandals in, 27, 319.

Sogron, shoes found at, 185.

Sole, protection of, 549.

Soleæ ferreæ, 61, 66, 85, 298, 306, 364; spartæ, 28, 35, 68.

Sollysel on farriery, 464.

Somal, smiths outcasts among the, 359.

Sonipes, as a designation for the horse, 44, 45, 46.

Sound of hoof as a criterion of quality, 21,23,44.

Spahis, unshod horses of, 11.

Spain, shoeing in, 223; supposed shoes of, found in Germany, 197, 199.

Springhead, ancient shoe found at, 247, 426; sandals, 314.

Spurs, Grecian, 32; Gaulish, 143; Roman, 263.

Squire, duties of, 163, 373, 428.

Stables, management in, 49, 52, 55; Xenophon on, 23; Columella on, 49; Vegetius, 55; in Java and Manilla, 9, 49.

Stallions, laws concerning, 160,435.

Steel, early employment of, 337; shoes, 606.

Stirrups in Tartar tombs, 227.

Stott, derivation of word, 409.

Straw shoes, 90, 93.

Stuttgart, old shoes at, 199.

Suetonius, 63.

Suevi, cavalry of, 190.

Sufflamen, 328.

Sweden, antiquity of shoeing in, 198, 207.

Switzerland, ancient shoes found in, 144, 167.

Syrian shoes, 217.

Tactile apparatus of sole, 652.

Taillefor, at battle of Hastings, 345.

Tamerlane, 225.

Tarentum coin, 36.

Tartar tombs, 225; songs, 228, 229.