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Index.

475

Persia : {see also Zoroastrianism) ; the Bakhtyar-Ndma, 37 ; ancient, king chosen by neighing of horse, 46-7 ; Sohrab and Rustem, 307-9

Perthshire : (^see also Scone) ; rhyme,

99

Peru ; (^see also Cuzco) ; Medusa heads, 237-240

Perugia: Etruscan tombs, 219-21 ; Medusa heads, 219-22

Pheidias, sculptures by. 27 1, 274

Phoenix : on amulet, China, 114, 297

Physical Characters of the Indians of Southern Mexico, by Prof. F. Starr, reviewed, 202

Pico : colonisation of, 125

Pig : ham not taken to sea. Highlands, 305 ; introduction undermined can- nibalism, New Caledonia &c., 252 ; mammoth tusk of Calydonian boar, Tegea, 290 ; pork not eaten, Australia, 341 ; sacrificial, in votive offering, Tarentum, 265 ; silver sow as votive offering, Epidaurus, 264 ; not taken to sea, Sutherlandshire, 305; in time cycle, China, 297, 432; wer-boar, Macedonia, 447 ; wild, astragali of used in divination, Basutos and Ba-Thonga, 122-3 '■< wild boar's tusk as charm, Elema tribe and Louisiades, 183 ; word tabooed when fishing, Highlands,

304 Pigeon : as totem, New Caledonia,

259 Pina Indians : Malay words used by,

239 Pines, island of : natives, 247 ; taboos

during yam planting, 256 Pink : in fado or song, Azores, I45 Plague, legend of, Azores, 139-40 Planting customs and beliefs : taboos

on women during planting, New

Caledonia &c., 256 Plants in folklore : {see also Abrus

precatorius ; Bamboo ; Bracken ;

Fern ; Flowers in folklore ; Fungus:

Ivy ; Maize ; Millet ; Mistletoe ;

Mustard-plant ; Nettle ; Parsley ;

Southernwood ; Spring grass ;

Sugar cane ; Thyme ; aw^Yam) ;

growth-influencing powers, New

Caledonia, 419 Plataea : votive offerings at, 269 Pointing at fishing boats with fore- finger unlucky, Sutherlandshire.

303

Pole, North, see North Pole Polynesia : {see also Easter island ; Marquesas islands ; Melanesia ; Samoa ; a^jd Society islands) ; the " death" talk, 149 ; Gorgon myth, traces of, 237 ; graves in Pata- gonia, 239 Pombinha or Dove Festival, Azores,

139 Pompeii ; door handles, 217-8

{plate'), 225 ; fresco of Mars, 222 ;

mosaics, 234-5 {illtts.) Ponds, ghosts laid in ; Oxfordshire,

66-9, 71-2 Ponta Delgada, St. Michael's, Azores,

127 ; sacred image, 137 Pope Innocent, folktale of, 42-4 Popular Religion in the Panjab, by

H. A. Rose, reviewed, 100-4 Popular Studies in Mythology and

Folklore reviewed, 315 Porcupine : bezoar stones from,

Malays, 399 ; as totem, Ba-peri,

416 Pork, see Pig Porpoise : word tabooed when

fishing, Highlands, 304 Port Darwin : bull-roarer, use of, 350 Portents, see Ornens Portskerra : bridegroom unlucky on

fishing boat, 304 Portugal : {^see also Algarve ; and

Azores) ; colonisation of Azores

from, 125-6 ; legend of Dom

Sebastian, 1 33-4 Poseidon : associated with Delphi,

287-8 ; hair offered to, Thessaly,

267 Powell, F. York ; In Memoriam :

Charles Godfrey Leland, 162-4 ;

reviews by, — Maclean's The Litera- ture of the Celts, its History and

Romance, 1 08-9 ; Kippenberg's

Die Sage vom Herzog vo7t

Luxemburg ttnd die historische

personlichkeit ihres trdgers, 1 96-7 ;

short notice by, — Roessler's Les

Iti/luences Celtiques avant et aprh

Coliiin ban, 1 09 - 1 1 Prairie chicken: as crest, N. American

Indians, 21 Pregnancy, see Birth customs and

beliefs Presages, see Omens President, election of, 3, 26-7 Presidential Address, 3, 12-27 Primitifs, Les : Etudes cf Ethnologic