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Index.

457

317-8 ; Cheyne and Black's Ency- clopsidia Bihlica, 315-6 ; Slarr's Physical Characters of the Indians of Southerti Mexico and Notes upon the Ethnography of Southern Mexico, 202-4 '• Rose's Popular Peligion in the Panjab, 100-4

Cross-roads, suicides buried at, Oxfordshire. 73

Cross, sign of: against evil eye, Malta, 83

Crowell : restless ghost, 69-70

Crown : divines new king, Transyl- vania, 33-4 ; symbol of royalty, Benares, 35

Crustacea, see Lobster

Crystals, divination from, Mexico, 203

Cuchulainn sagas : election of Lugaidh as king, 32 ; father and son combat, 307-9 ; sick bed of

■ C, story of, 438

Cuckoo : in folktale, Taranchi Tartars, 38 ; as omen, Lombards,

45 Cumberland : Kirby's Lakelafui

Words noticed, 207 Cumming, A. S., The Story of Indra

Bangsawan, 385-407 Cttnnie Rabbit, Mr. Spider, and the

Other Beef, by Miss Y. M. Cronise

and H. W. Ward, reviewed, 444-6 Cursing, see Imprecations Cuttle-fish, see Octopus Cuzco : Maori stone implements, 239 Cygnet Bay : native fight, 347 Cyrene : statute of Amasis, 274

Dagara, King, see King Dagara Dakotah tribes : heraldry among, 21 Dalai Lama, see Grand Lama Dame du Lac, the, 441 Dames, M. I^ongworth : Folklore of

the Azores, 115, 125-46 Dances : ballads associated with, 151 ; cannibalism at, New Cale- donia, 253 ; Carnival, Malta, 79 ; corroboree, W. Australia, 329- 32, 336, 339, 346, 351, 353. 359-60, 366 {plate), 367 {plate) ; marriage, Malta, 82 ; morris, Oxfordshire, 170, 17 1 ; ritual, in votive bronze, Olympia, 265 ; songs when choosing partners, Azores, 145 ; verses sung at, Hesse, 319 Darius, King, see King Darius Darlington : " Hell kettles," 181-2

Date fruit : in legend of Holy Family, Azores, 136-7

David, Bishop : miracle of rising land, 181

Days and Seasons : April, 94, 174 ; Ascension Day, 80 ; Autumn, 90, 430 ; Beltane, 382 ; Carnival, 79 ; Christmas, 74-6, 177, 419 ; Christ- mas Eve, 80, 83 ; December, 74-6, 80, 83, 177, 419 ; Easter Eve, 79 ; Easter Sunday, 79-80, 84 ; Friday, 84, 138, 301 ; Good Friday, 84 ; Hallow Eve, 94, 186 ; Holy Thurs- day, 171-5; January, 79, 84-5, 94, 203 ; June, 77-8, 84, 140-3 ; Lent, Mid, 92 ; March, 99 ; May, 78, 80, 91, 168-71, 174-5 : ^^^y I^ay,

78, 91, 168-71, 174-5 ; J^^ay Eve, 174; Michaelmas Day, 381-2; New Year's Day, 84-5, 296 ; November, 80, 89-91, 142, 175-6, 185-8; October, 94, 186 ; St. Agnes' Eve, 94 ; St. Anthony's Day, 79 ; St. John's Day, 84 ; St. John's Eve, 77-8, 142-3 ; St. Mark's Eve, 94 ; St. Martin's Day, 80 ; St. Martin's Eve, 186; St. Patrick's Day, 99; St. Peter's Day, 140-I ; St. Peter's Eve, 143 : Saturday,

79, 138; Shrove Tuesday, 167-8; Spring, 430, 448 ; Summer, 430 ; Sunday, 79-80, 84, I02, 137- 9, 172, 185-6; Thursday, 171-5 ; Tuesday, 102, 167-8 ; Whit Sun- day, 172; Whitsuntide, 171-5, 319 ; Winter, 430 ; Yule, end of, 74-6 ; year, divisions of. China, 297. 431-2

Dead, beliefs about, see Death and funeral customs and beliefs

Dead, land of, see Hades

Death and funeral customs and be- liefs: {see also Ghosts ; Graves ; Omens ; Reincarnation beliefs ; and Transmigration beliefs) ; burial customs, Basutos,4l7, Bronze -^gS' 13-5- Central Australia. 338, Malta, 83, Stone Age, 12-3, Thra- cians, 14, W.Australia, 337-8; burial dress, Ross-shire, 383-4 ; burial of suicides, Ross-shire, 369-70, 374-5, Oxfordshire, 73-4 ; burning of " treasury money," China, 297 ; camp removes after death, Aus- tralia, 338 ; coffins dressed with flowers, not thyme, Abney, 180 ; corpse not carried backwards, Ross- shire, 376-8 ; corpse, flesh cut from.