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Index.

ing all space, Zuni, 430, or of four

regions, China, 431 East Anglia : transmigration &c.

beliefs, 63-4 Eastbourne : Fifth November festival

on Nov. 9, 91 Easter Eve : customs, Malta, 79 Easter island : Maori Hawaiki, 238 Easter Sunday : bathing babies, Malta,

84 ; customs, Malta. 79-80, 84 Eating : {see also Cannibalism) ; by

se.xes separately, New Caledonia

&c., 254 Ebed-tob, see King Ebed-tob Eclipse ; of moon, from hunger, W.

Australia, 340, from sickness, W.

Australia, 341 ; omens from, W.

Australia, 340- 1 ; pregnant woman

must not touch herself during, India

and Me.xico, 203 ; of sun, W. Aus- tralia, 358, 360 ; work of demon,

India, Mexico, 203 Edda, The: II. The Heroic Mythology

of the North, by Miss W. Faraday,

reviewed, 1 1 1 Eddaic myths and Zoroastrianism,

104-5 Eel : not eaten, Highlands, 303 ; eat- ing it drives mad, Hebrides, lOO ;

from horse hairs, Scotland, 100 ;

Old Nick in it, Highlands, 303 Eggs : balsam to heal wounds, Malta,

84 ; divination from, Azores, 143 ;

Easter Eggs, Malta, 80 ; shells are

witches' boats, Scotland, 97 ; not

taken to sea. Highlands, 305 Egypt : origin of Scottish Coronation

Stone, 28 ; ancient — hell, 200-1 :

Tel-el-Amarna letters, 53 Eigg island : celts, name for, 299 Eight : trigrams, China, 293 Elema tribe (Papuan gulf) : boar tusk

as charm, 183 Elephant : chooses king, India, 40-1,

57, Malay Penin. , 47-8, and king's

bride, Mirzapur, 38 ; in folktale.

Central Africa, 444-5 Eleusis : votive relief, 265, garments,

267, 278, and offerings at, 269 Elixir of life : China, 296 Elk : as crest, N. American Indians,

21 Elm: as maypole, Woodstock, 174 Elworthy, F. T., A Solution of the

Gorgon Myth, 2-3, 212-42 (J>lates) Elysium, see Hades Emain Macha, palace at, 32

Emu : constellation, folktale of, W.

Australia, 362 ; feathers, W. Aus- tralia, 323 {plate), 365 Ena, dreaded ghost. New Caledonia,

258 Encyclopczdm Bibhca, edit, by T. K.

Cheyne and J. S. Black, reviewed,

315-6 England : {see also under fiames of

counties) ; folk-drama, 9 ; village

sobriquets, 423 Enstone : mysterious noises, 71-2 Epidaurus : votive offerings at, 264,

266 Epilepsy : amulet against, Devon,

294 ; charm against, Ross-shire,

370-1 : cures for, Ross-shire, 370 Episcopal Life-Index, An, by Miss

M. Peacock, 188 Epping : goslings blessed, 177 Erythroe : votive amphoras, 266 Eskdale : in ballad. 150 Eskimos : feast to dead, 18-9 ; mar-

chen, 152. 157-8 ; no trace of

totemism, 434 Essex : {see also Epping ; and Saffron

Walden) : goslings blessed, 177 Eterscele, King, see King Eterscele Etruscans : Medusa heads as tomb

ornaments &c., 219-20, 222, 226 European folklore, see under various

countries Eurymedon, battle of, votive group

for, Delphi, 268 Evening star : eats opossums, W.

Australia, 352 Evil eye : amulets against, Italy, 217,

Malta, 83-4 ; charms against,

Malta, 83-4, Scotland, 96-7, 379- 80, Syria, 6 ; effects of, Ross-shire,

379-80 ; Evil Eye in the lVester?i Highlands, The, by R. C- Mac- lagan, reviewed, 95-7 ; in Greece,

286 Evil spirits, see Demons and evil

spirits Exhibits, I, 2, 6, 114-5, 210, 292-8,

321-3 Exogamy : Australia, 7, 418 ; New

Caledonia, 259 ; in relation to

totemism, 421-5 Exogamy and the Australian System,

A. Lang, 7 Exorcism : Car Nicobar, 19 ; W.

Australia, 340, 342-3 Extracts from Signor V. Busulil's

'* Holiday Customs in Malta," 77-8