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Index.

469

attribute of Heracles, Ithome, 264 ; as totem, Ba-taungas, 416

Lipara : statue of Apollo from, Delphi, 271

Liphook : bonfires but no Guy, Nov. 5, 90

Lips : omens from, Ross-shire. 379

Lirale, standard of value, Ba-Khaha, 115, 1 17-9

Literature of the Celts, The, its His- tory and Romance, by M. Maclean, reviewed, 108-9

Little Tew : mysterious noises, 71-2

Liutprand, King, see King Liutprand

Lizard : kinds variously allotted as food, W. Australia, 336-7 ; as totem, New Caledonia, 259

Llangorse lake : birds declare king of Wales, 56-7

Lobster : combats with octopus, Pompeii, 234-6 {illus.)', as Perseus,

234 Lochaber : ballads, 152 ; seventh

son of seventh son as healer, 372-3 Lock, as amulet, China, 114, 294-5,

{plate) Lombards : election of king, 45-6 Lombardy, see Brescia ; Cremona ;

Leno ; and Pavia London, see Kensington Long Compton : folktale, 410-2 Longevity amulets, China, 114-5,

294-6 {platQ) Lorraine : folktale, 313 Lots, casting : for new Grand Lama,

49 Lotus : anthemion ornament, 233 Louisiades : necklace, 183 Love songs, see Folk songs Love potions and spells, see Charms

and spells Lovett, E. : Crescent Charms, 65

{plate) ; Fetish Worship in Central

Africa, 2, 6, 61-3 {plate) Loving Ballad of Lord Batenian, The,

ballad discussed, 156-7 Loyalty islands, see Lifu ; and Mare Lucky and unlucky days and deeds :

Azores, 141, 143 ; Faroes, 306 ;

Highlands, 300-5, 382 ; Malta,

84-5 Ludlow : fifth November customs, 91 Lugaidh Reo-derg, see King Lugaidh

Reo-derg Lupine : in legend of Holy Family,

Azores, 136 Lusi : votive wheels at, 289

Luxemburg : the " Amecht," 318 Luxemburg legend, 196-7 Lysander, statues of, Argos, 274

Mabinogion, The, by Lady C. Guest and A. Nutt, reviewed. 107

Mabuiag island : crocodile clan, 427

M'Donald, Rev. A., Folklore from the Hebrides : A Disclaimer, 87

Macdonald, S., Old-World Survivals in Ross-shire, 368-84

Macedonia : {see also Monastir) ; jus primcE noctis, 420 ; Abbott's Mace- donian Folklore reviewed, 446-8

Maclagan, R. C, Charms &c. figured on Plate IX., 210, 298-300 {plate)

Madagascar : {see also Betsileos) ; patterns from python, 312

Madness, amulet against, China, 297

Madonna, The, see Virgin Mary

Marchen, see Folktales

Maghada : in Jataka, 34

Magic : {see also Amulets and talis- mans ; Charms and spells ; Exor- cism ; Incantations ; and Witch- craft) ; assigned to East region of space, Zuiii, 430 ; Australia, 429 ; barrenness, rites to obviate, Punjab, 102 ; carp creagh, Ross-shire, 373-4; hair of dead warrior woven into girdle, W. Australia, 335 ; letters from heaven used in, Hesse, 319 ; "muth" or magical substance to injure enemy, India, 407-9 ; personal mutilation and adornment a magical object, 106 ; rain-making, Belgium, 319 ; New Caledonia, 252 ; as related to religion, Punjab, 101-2, and to votive offerings, 279 ; stones, magical, for increasing crops, New Caledonia &c., 256 ; sun-making, New Caledonia, 252 ; sympathetic, for shipwrecks &c. , Scotland, 97 ; thrashing ground to make fruitful. New Caledonia &c., 257 ; wind- making. New Caledonia, 252 ; worked at popular assemblies, Bel- gium &c., 319

Magic Blocks, Fifteen, (Chinese), 114,292-3

Magic square on amulet, China, 296 (plate)

Ma-Gwamba people, see Nkuna tribe

Mahabharata, The, 406

Maia (Azores) : in folktale, 132

Maize: husking custom, Azores, 143-4