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Index,

lands, 96 ; the dragon-horse of Fuh-hi, China, 293 : in folktales, Azores, 135, Cambodia, 39, Kash- mir, 41, Malays, 393, 402-3, Teleut Tartars, 35 ; hair from tails cut at owner's funeral, Malta, 83 ; hairs produce eels, Scotland, 100 ; lucky to fisher to meet, Caithness. 301 ; omens from, Cambodia, 39, Persia, 46-7, Tibet, 49 ; sacred, 47 ; sacri- ficed, 47 ; sprinkled and fed, St. Anthony's Day, Malta, 79 ; in time cycle, China. 297, 432 ; white, ridden by Dom Sebastian, 134

Horse-shoe : nailed to mast, High- lands, 302-3 ; touched after tabooed word, Highlands, 304

Houses : aboriginal, W. Australia, 326 ; amulets upon, China, 294 ; blood sprinkled, St. Martin's Eve, Athlone, 186 ; guardian snake, Malta, 84 ; tiled roof tabooed, Oudh, 103 ; no upper story, Jats, 103

Hugen: Whitsuntide customs, 319

Human sacrifice, see Sacrifice

Hundred : hundred families' charms, China, 114, 2^^^ {plate), 296

Hunting : assigned to West region of space, Zuni, 430

Hydrangea : blue, decoration at Greeting of Dawn festival, Azores, 1 40- 1

Hyena : wer-hyena, Nyanja tribe, 446

Ickford : Shrovetide rhyme, 167

Iffley : suicide, burial of, 73

Ilfracombe : fifth November customs, 91, May Day customs, 91

Hi, valley of : folktale from, 38

Images, sacred : Azores, 137 ; Tan- ganyika, near, 62-3

Imagination, origin and development of, 12-27

Imperios do Espirito Santo, festival, Azores, 137-9

Imprecations : ritual, Greece, 290

Incantations : Macedonia, 447 ; Scotland, 371-2

Incubi, New Caledonia, 257

Indian corn, see Maize

lxi6.\dL:(^see also Banda; Ceylon ;Chams; Gujarat ; Kashmir ; ^Ialas ; North West Provinces ; Oudh ; atui Pun- jab) ; Churel, demon, 203 ; classifi- cation of objects, 432 ; eclipses, be- liefs about, 203 ; folktales, 38-41 ;

Gorgon myth, 213 ; hell, beliefs about, 200-1 ; leader represented as larger than followers, 284 ; mental confusion, 426-7

Indigo : protects against disease &c., Mexico, 203

Infanticide : W. Australia, 336, 340,

343. 352

Itifluences Celttques avant et apris Coluinban, Les ; Essai historique et archdologique par Ck. Rcessler, re- viewed, 109-110

Initiatory ceremonies : circumcision and man-making, W. Australia, 334, 345. 351-3' 367 (/•^«^'^) ; cord round arm, W. Australia, 330; mask, W. Australia, 323 iplate), 342, 345, 354

Innocent. Pope, folktales of, 42-4

Innuits, see Eskimos

Insects in folklore, see Ant ; Bee ; Butterfly ; Cicala ; Moth ;a«(f Spider

Interments, see Death and funeral customs and beliefs

Inverness-shire, see Arisaig ; and Lochabar

Ipomedon, romance of, 313-4

Ipsden : ghost, 68-9

Iranians, see Persia

Ireland : {see also Cleena ; Cuchu- lainn sagas ; Leinster ; Milesians ; Munster ; and Ulster) ; Maclean's The Literature of the Celts, Its History and Romance, reviewed, 108-9 • the Morrigan, war-goddess,

438, 443 Iron : {see also Axe ; Horse-shoe ; Knife; and Kris); "cold iron" said after tabooed word, Highlands,

304 Iron Age, beliefs of, 15 Islay, see Dun Nosebridge ; Mulindry

Glen ; atid Nosbreac Isle of Man : Hallowe'en fires and

sacrifice, 186 Islip : Shrovetide rhyme, 168 Italy : {see also Apulia ; Bologna ;

Lombards ; Lombardy ; Naples ;

Perugia ; Pompeii ; Ravenna ;

Rome ; Sicily ; Tuscany ; and

Venice) ; fairy tales as chants or

prose, 152 ; folktale, 42-3 ; Grail

romances late comers, 190 ;

Medusa's head. 217 Ithaca : kings, selection of, 53-4 Ithome : votive relief from, 264 " Ivar's daughter," snake or nettle,

Hebrides, 99