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Index,

Sao Jorge : colonisation of, 125

Sarras, in Grail romances, 193-4

Satan, see Devil

Saturday : Carnival begins, Malta, 79 : Imperios do Espirito Santo custom on, Azores, 138

Scandinavia: (j-^^a/j-^Edda; Norway: and Sweden) ; Lochlann origin of Lia Fail, 28

Scone : The Voice of the Stone of Destiny : an Enquiry into the Choice of Kings by Augury, by E. S. Hartland, 28-60

Scotland : (see also Argyllshire Banffshire ; " Border Minstrelsy " Caithness ; Dumfries ; Fife Hebrides ; Highlands ; Inverness- shire ; Morayshire ; Orkney islands ; Pentland Firth : Perth- shire : Ross-shire ; Roxburghshire ; Shetland islands ; and Sutherland- shire) ; dead, visits to land of, 257 : Maclean's The Literature of the Celts, its History and Romattce, reviewed, 108-9

Scrofula : cure for, Lewis, 371 ; touching for, England, loi, Lewis, 371, Ross-shire, 372

Scythians : king designated by possession of stone, 48-9

Sea-bathing, see Bathing

Sea beliefs and customs : (see also Fishing; a«r/Shells): boat must turn sunwise. Highlands, 301 : devil re- enters sea, Nov. 2nd, Azores, 142 ; Gorgon myth a sea story, 213-4, 221-2 ; new boat must not sail on Friday, Highlands, 301 ; sailing against wind, East Anglia, 64 ; suicide must not be buried in sight of sea, Ross-shire, 369-70, 374-5 ; transmigration beliefs. East Anglia, 64 : wind, ways of obtaining, Highlands, 301-2

Sea- shells, see Shells

Seasons, see Days and Seasons

Sebastian, Dom, legend of, 133-4

Sebille I'Enchanteresse, 441

Second sight : in Scotland, 98, 375-8,

Secretary, election of, 4

Sedan chair bearers accursed, Fayal, 142

Seeds : assigned to East region of space, Zufii, 430 ; of Nkangi tree used in divination, Basutos and Ba-Thonga, 122-3

Seeman, Mrs., Folklore of the Azores,

Seleucia : thunder bolt honoured, 23

Selinunte : temple frieze, 230, 232-4, 241

Serpent, see Snake

Seven : cities in folktales, Azores, 126- 32 : men stay till 7th day in house after a death, Malta, 83 ; regions comprising all space, Zuni, 430 ; seventh son of seventh son as healer, Ross-shire, 372-3 ; seventh son, powers of, Azores. 142, Lewis, 371 ; in tale, Malays, 397

Seven Cities, The, folktale, Azores, 130-2

Shah-Nameh : story of Sohrab and Rustem, 307-9

Shantung : charm, 296

Shape-shifting : (see also Transmigra- tion beliefs) : by witch, 182, Scot- land, 97 ; by seventh son, Azores,

Shark : tail in charm necklace, Queensland, 322 ; tooth as mourn- ing sign, W. Australia, 338

Sheep : apparition in shape of, Oxfordshire, 65 ; bones not burnt, Caithness, 302 ; sacrificed, St. Martin's Eve, Athlone, 186 : in saying, Caithness, 302 : spirit of dead in, Chipeta tribe, 62

Shells : (see also Cowrie shells : and Oyster shells) : amulet against evil eye, Malta, 84 ; charms made of, New Guinea, 65 (plate), Queens- land, 321, W. Australia, 323, 346, 348, 366 {plate) : in chastity girdles, W. Australia, 327, 334, 338, 353 ; in divination, Basutos and Ba-Thonga, 115, 122-3; found at Delphi, 290 : golden, affixed to bride's dress, Malta, 81 ; as letter of introduction, W. Aus- tralia, 323 (plate), 339, 365 ; necklaces of, Queensland. 321-2, W. Australia, 323 (plate), 328, 366 ; as ornament, W. Australia, 335

Shetland islands : (see also Lerwick) ; folklore of, 8 ; sprain charm, 372 ; wind bought from wise women, 301

Shields : in folktale, W. Australia, 364-5 ; as votive offerings, Crete, 283, Lebadea, 266, Olympia, 283 ; from W. Australia, 322 {plate), 356, 365-6