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Index.

481

Swins;s made on Ascension Day, Malta, 80

Switzerland : {see also Valais) ; folk- tale, 42-3

Sword : on amulet. China, 297 ; cash sword charm, China, 115, 298; ceremonial, W. Australia, 322, 342, 366, {tlate) ; symbol of royalty, Jataka, 35 . .

Syedra : coins with oil basin, 289

Syria : {see also Seleucia) ; evil eye charm, 6 ; as source of Grail romances, 189-93

Taboos : between brothers and sisters, New Caledonia &c., 254 ; on can- nibalism, New Caledonia &c. , 255, intertribal. New Caledonia, 253 ; on certain words when fishing. Highlands, 304 ; on cooking and eating. New Caledonia &c., 254-6, 259; in India, 103; on raven, 316; totemism in relation to, 21 ; on wearing shoes, 316

Tabor, C. J.: Blessing the Geese, 177 ; Mid-Lent Bonfire in Venice, 1819, 92 ; notes to paper on aborigines of Roebuck Bay, 324-67

Tabus, see Taboos

Tahiti : future life, beliefs about, 201,

Tailtin, land of, 31

Tales fi-ot}i the Faerie Queene, by C. L. Thomson, reviewed, no

Talismans, see Amulets and talismans

Talking sticks, W. Australia, 323 ifilate), 335-6, 367

Tamaniu, analogue of. New Caledonia, 419

Tamils : folktale, 40

Tammuz cult, 316

Tanganyika, lake : fetish worship near, 62-3

Tanistry, custom of, 31

Tanna island : natives, 249-50

Taoism : divinatory system, 431 ; head appointed by divination, 50-1 ; in kindergarten, 293

Tar : charm against witchcraft, Scot- land, 97

Tara : story oi Lia Fail, 28-30

Taranchi Tartars : folktale, 38

Taranto : C^orgon, figures of, 214, 221, 228 (illiis.). 230, 233; votive offerings at, 265. and from, 266

Tarentum, see Taranto

Taugau (New Cal._) : native sure- footedness, 247

VOL. XIV. 2 I

Taylor, E., Fishermen in the Faroe

Islands, 306 Tea-tree or Naioulie, New Caledonia,

244, or paper-bark, W. Australia,

357 . Tees, river, and " Hell Kettles," 182 Teeth : of kangaroo as amulet, W.

Australia, 346-7 Tegea : mammoth tusks at, 290 Teichiusa : statue of Chares of Mile- tus, 274 Teleut Tartars : folktale, 35-6, 43 Temne tribe : folktales, 445-6 Ten : in time cycle China, 432 Terceira : colonised from N. Portu- gal, 125 ; haunted house, 134-5 Tetsworth : folktale. 413 Tew, Little, see Little Tew Thebes : votive offerings at, 269 Thessaly : votive relief in, 267 ; worship of Zeus derived from, 285 Theux : rain charms, 319 Thirteen : bishops lay ghost, Oxford,

67 Thomas, N. W. : Butterfly Charm,

182 ; Totemism in New Caledonia,

418-9 ; review by, — Strack's Hes-

sische Blatter fiir Volkskiinde, 318-

20 Thracians: wife slain and buried with

husband, 14 Thrashing ground to make fruitful,

New Caledonia &c., 257 Three : no fire for 3 days after a

death, Malta, 83 Three Days'" Tournament, The, by

Miss J. L. Weston, reviewed, 313-4 Threshold : blood - sprinkled, St.

Martin's Eve, Athlone, 186 Throwing-sticks, Queensland, 321 Thumb : not blessed, Hebrides, 100 ;

thread of charm not touched with,

Hebrides, 1 00 Thunder: in amulet, China, 294 ; axe

or hammer weapon of god of, 283-4;

corresponds to cardinal point «S:c.,

China, 431 Thunderbolt : belief about, Fayal,

142 ; divine honours to, Seleucia

&c., 283 Thursday, see Holy Thursday Thurso : fishing beliefs, 303-4 Thyme : Death and the Herb Thy^ne,

S. O. Addy, 179-80 Tibet : {see also Chukorgj'e ; and

Lhasa); divinatory system, 431 ;