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451

Delphi, 268 : owl as votive offering to, 280-1 ; Mycenrean shield con- nected with, 283; statue dedicated to. Acropolis, 289 ; statues of, Acropolis, 271, 290

Athens : crows and owl of, 280- 1 ; statues at, 271, 289-90 : votive relief, 264, groups, 265, and offerings at, 269 ; votive statues from, Delphi, 265, 268

Athlone : animal sacrificed, St Martin's Eve, 186

Atkinson, J. J., The Natives of New Caledonia, 243-59

Atlantis: siteof capital in St. Michael's, 126

Attalus I., votive statues by, Athens, 265

Auckland : Maori storehouse, 240 {illus.)

Auditors, election of, 4.

Augury, see Divination

Australia : {see also Alexandra Land; Queensland : South Australia ; Torres Straits ; and West Aus- tralia) ; beliefs of aborigines, 16 ; classification of objects, system of, 428-30 ; exogamy, 7, 418 ; folk- songs, 148-9

Austro- Hungary, see Transylvania

Autumn : (see also under months) ; assigned to East region of space, Zuiii. 430 ; fires, 90

Avalon, in Grail romances, 192-3

Avesta, see Zoroastrianism

Axe : double axe as symbol of Zeus, Crete and Olympia, 283 ; as votive offering to Zeus, 280 ; weapon of thunder-god, 283

Azores, folklore of, 115, 125-46

Aztecs, modern : funeral rites, 202

Babylonian mythology : Jeremias Im Kampfe utn Babel intd Bibel re- viewed, 197-200 ; as related to Grail quest, 196

Backwards : corpse not so carried, Ross-shire, 376-8

Bahbuha, shell used as amulet, Malta, 84

Ba-Khaha: currency of, 117-9 ; folk- lore uf, 117-24

Bakhtyar-Nama, The, 37

Baking : meal left for fairies, Ross- shire, 381

Bakuena clan, Basutos, 205, 416

Balance Sheet of Folk-Lore Society, 1 1

Baldness, charm against, Punjab, lOi Baldon : ghost, 68 ; rhyme, Shrovetide,

167; song, Christmas, 177 Baling, sacrificial cake, Calmucks, 35 Balkash, lake : folktale from, 38 Ballads, traditional, see Folk-songs Ballintoy, the arch wave of, 29 Balochistan : folktale, 36 Bamboo : as receptacle, Malays, 391 Bampton : ghosts, 65-6 ; song, Nov.

5, 176

Banana : bitten, not cut, Azores, 141

Banda : witchcraft, 407- lO

Bandicoot : in folktale, W. Australia, 362

Banff : fishing beliefs, 305

Banffshire : (see also Banff) ; ' salmon ' tabooed by herring fishers, 304

Bannocks, see Cakes

Bantu : {see also Achewa tribe ; Angoni tribe ; Ba-Ronga; Basutos ; Ba-Thonga ; Chipeta tribe ; Mang'- anja tribe ; and Yao tribe) ; dead worshipped, 61, 31 1

Banyan : in Jataka story, 34

Baobab-tree : referred to in folktale, W. Australia, 362

Baon, evil spirit, New Caledonia, 257

Baperi, Bechuana tribe, 416

Baptism : Ross-shire, 383

Barbarossa legend : modern adapta- tion of, 198-9 ; parallels to, 133-4

Barley : thrown on newly-wedded, Malta, 82

Ba-Ronga: amulet, 115, 121-2; branch of Ba-Thonga, 116-7 ; folk- tales, 119 ; music, 445

Barrenness, see Birth customs and beliefs

Barter, primitive, 435-7

Barvas : black cock buried to cure epilepsy, 371

Basques : folktale, 43

Basutos : amulet, 115, 121-2 ; Basuto- land: its Legends and Customs, by Mrs. M. Cartwright, reviewed, 204-7; Basutoland : its Legends and Customs, by Mrs. M. Cartwright ; 415-8 ; divination, 122-3 ! lirale, standard of value, 1 15, 117-9

Bataunga, Bechuana tribe, 416

Bath, town of: in Civil War, 179

Bathing : babes on Easter Sunday, Malta, 84 ; barren woman in well, Punjab, 102 ; ceremonial, after royal wedding, Malays, 397 ; in rule of Bishnoi sect, Punjab, loi :

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