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Index.

463

source of Grail romances, 190 ; village sobriquets, 423 ; ancient Gaul: — south, Celts used Greek letters, no Frazer, J. G. : communication by, 77-8 ; notes from island of Lewis,

371

French folklore, see France

Friday : (see also Good Friday) ; fes- tival of Imperios do Espirito Santo, Azores, 138 ; new fishing boat must not sail on. Highlands, 301

Frigate-bird : in charm, New Guinea or Solomon islands, 65 {plate), 182 ; the Manaia of Maori legend,

239 Fright : charm against, Malta, 84 ;

cures for, Malta, 85 Frome : in Civil War, 179 Frosts which ripen crops, assigned to

East region of space, Zuni, 430 Fruits in folklore, see Acorn ; Apple :

Banana; Coco nut ; Date fruit ;

and Peach Fuh-hi : ancestor of Chinese, 293 ;

trigrams of, 114, 293 {plate) Funeral customs and beliefs, see

Death and funeral customs and

beliefs Fungus, from drops of tigress' milk,

Malays, 391 Future life, beliefs about, see Death

and funeral customs and beliefs

Gaidoz, H., Le combat du pere et du fils, 307-9

Galleys or ships, see Ships

Games : apparatus for in grave, Nord- rup, 15; "chucks," Ross-shire, 210, 300; Malta, 80

Gandharbs of Benares, origin of, 57

Gangan, Christmas belief, Malta, 83

Gannet : dead fisherman becomes, East Anglia, 64

Garlands, May Day, Oxfordshire, 168-70

Garuda, mythical bird, Malays, 389

Gaul, see France

Gennep, A van, Ornamental Patterns and Reincarnation, 312

Germany : {see also Bavaria : Bran- denburg ; Hesse ; Oldenburg ; Rhine Provinces ; atid WUrtem- berg) ; combat of Hildebrand and Hadubrand, 308 ; Grail romances late comers, 1 90- 1 ; mother's milk

taken by butterfly, 182 ; sprain charm, 372

Ghazi : Crooke's Folktales from the Indus Valle;y reviewed, 11 1-2

Ghost dances, Arapahoe Indians, 149

Ghosts : in animal shape, Oxford- shire, 65 : charms against, China, 115, 296 (plate), W. Australia, 347 ; in folktale, Azores, 134-5 ; laid in beer barrel, Bampton, 66, under bridge, Oxford, 67, in ditch, Wheatley, 69, in pond, Oxfordshire, 66-9, 71-2, and in well, Oxford- shire, 69 ; of murdered, Blackpool. 179 ; Oxfordshire, 65-73, 183-4 ; of those born on Christmas Eve, Malta, 83 ; of woman dead in child- birth, Malays and New Caledonia, 258

Girgenti : anthemion pattern, 230

Girls, see Women

Glyme. river : boundary Woodstock,

^74 '

Goat : astragali in divination, Basutos and Ba-Thonga, 122-3 : killed for witchcraft, India, 409 ; satyrs, 316 ; spirit of dead in, Angoni tribe, 310, Chipeta tribe, 62 : in time cycle, China, 297, 432

Goblins : associated with earthworks, 74; charm against, China, 1 14, 296

Gold : thrown into water drunk as remedy, 37 1 -2

Good Friday : flowers as decoration, Malta, 84

Goose : goslings blessed, Essex, 177 ; put in " Hell Kettles," Darlington, 182 ; sacrificed, St. Martin's Eve, Athlone, 186

Gordon Bay : aborigines, 35 1 -2

Gorgon myth, 212-42

Graciosa, island of : Dom Sebastian, vision of, 134

Grail romances, 189-96, 315, 441

Grand Lama, selection of, 49-50

Grape harvest customs, Wiirtemberg, 90

Grateful Beasts' type of folktale, 112

Graves : choosing sites for, China, 214 ; Etruscan, Medusa heads on, 219-20, 222, 226 ; funeral reliefs, Greek, 284; Hebrew, 316; lion carved over entrance, Greece, 288 ; not walked over, Malta, 83 : walk- ing over causes sickness, W. Aus- tralia, 351