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Index.

Antelope ; Ape ; Ass ; Bandicoot ; Bear ; Birds in folklore ; Buffalo ; Bull ; Calf ; Cat ; Cattle ; Cow ; Coyote ; Crocodile ; Deer ; Dog ; Dragon ; Elephant ; Elk ; Fish in folklore : Flying fox ; Fox ; Goat ; Griffin ; Hare ; Horse ; Hyena; Insects in folklore; Jackal ; Kangaroo ; Kylin ; Lion ; Lizard; Monkey ; Moose deer : Mountain lion; Mouse; Mule; Newt; Opossum; Ox; Pig ; Porcupine; Rabbit : Rat; Sheep ; Snake : Squirrel ; Tiger ; Tortoise ; Weasel ; Werwolf ; and Wolf) ; animals abodes of dead, Angoni tribe, 310-1 ; dead animals as shades, Eskimos, 19 ; in folktales, Punjab, 112; legends about. Queens- land, 17 ; taboos, see Taboos ; totems, see Totemism ; as votive offerings, 281 ; witches take shapes of, Scotland, 97; worship of, Greece, 2S1

Animism : among Ba-Ronga, 12 1-4, and in Punjab, loi

Anni^e Sociologique V, by E. Durk- heim, reviewed, 426-35

Annual meeting,3-4 : Report of Coun- cil, 5-1 1

Ant : earth from ant-hill as medicine, W. Australia, 339

Anteater : nail used in divination, Basutos and Ba-Thonga, 122-3

Antelope : assigned to East region of space, Zufii, 430 ; astragali in divi- nation, Basutos and Ba-Thonga 122-3 ; in folktales, Sierra Leone,

445 Anthemion ornament, 228 (illus.),

230, 233 Antrim, see Ballintoy Anvil, golden, as votive offering,

Delos, 266 Ape : in time cycle, China, 432 Apollo : figure as votive offering,

Athens, 264 ; statues of, Delos, 270,

Delphi, 271 Apparitions of dead, see Ghosts Apparitions of living : Scotland, 98 Apple : in "the gift," St. Briavel's, 6 :

in song, Christmas, Baldon, 177 ;

in vessel-cup, Derbyshire, 419 Applecross : " chucks," 210, 300 April, see May Eve ; attd St. Mark's

Eve Apulia : {see also Taranto) ; Gorgon,

figures of, 214 {plate), 225

Arabia, see Jerahmeelites ; tz««f Mount

Sinai Arabian Nights, tale from, 37-8 Arapahoe Indians : folk-songs, 149 Arcadia : thunderbolt honoured, 283 Ardnamurchan : ballads, 152 Argentina : Maori stone implements,

239 Argos : votive wheels at, 289 Arg\'llshire : {see also Ardnamur- chan) : evil eye, magic, and witch- craft, 96 ; fairies, 369 ; rhyme, 99 Arisaig : seventh son of seventh son

as healer, 373 Aristomenes, votive shield of,

Lebadea, 266 Armadale : eggs not taken to sea, 305 Arriffes (Azores) : in folktale, 134-5 Arrows : W. Australia, 322 ; of

fairies, Islay, 210, 299 {plate) Artemis : deer as votive offering to,

280 ; figures of as votive offerings,

264 Arthur, King, see King Arthur Ascension Day : swings made, Malta,

80 Asclepius : origin of deity, 286 ;

votive offerings to, 264 Ashford Mill : suicide, burial of, 73 Ashtoreth. queen of heaven, 316 Asia, see Afghanistan ; Arabia ; Asia

Minor ; Balochistan ; Behring

Strait ; Calmucks ; Cambodia ;

China ; Korea ; Malay Peninsula ;

Mongolia ; Nicobar islands ;

Persia ; Siam ; Siberia ; Teleut

Tartars ; and Tibet Asia Minor, see Anatolia ; Caria ;

Kurds ; Palestine ; Syria ; and

Troy Ass : brains in love potion, Azores,

135 ; figure as votive offering, 265 ;

sprinkled and fed, St. Anthony's

Day, Malta, 79 Assyrian mythology, 200-1, 237 Assynt : wind-seller, 301-2 Astarte, queen of heaven, 316 Astragali, 115, 122-3 Astrology: 316 ; China, 1 15 Astronomical folklore : {see also

Moon ; Stars ; Sun ; and Zodiac) ;

movements of heavenly bodies

origin of written characters, China,

293 Atak : Crooke's Folktales from the

Indus Valley reviewed , 111-2 Athena : figure in votive offering,