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Index.

Grand Lamas, selection of, 49-50 ; the Kah-gyur, 36-7

Tiger : milk of tigress, in Malay tale, 391-2, 401 ; in time cycle, China, 297, 432 ; votive offering in form of, Korea, I ; white, presides over West, China, 431

Tippoo Sultan, throne of, 48

Tlaxcala : souls do not smoke, 202

Toledo : " The Letter of Toledo," 25

Tomahawk, W. Australia, 323, 328

Tombs, see Graves

Toothache : cure for, Ireland, loi

Torres Straits : exogamy, 418

Tortoise : on amulet, China, 297 ; black, presides over North, China, 431 ; blood cures jaundice, Malta, 85 ; in folktales, Sierra Leone, 445-6 ; shell used in divination, Basutos and Ba-Thonga, 122

Totemism : Mabuaig island, 427 ; Australia, 428-30, 432, 435 ; New Caledonia, 259, 418-9 ; in relation to exogamy, 421-5, 428, and imagination, 20-2 ; Sioux Indians, 427

Totemism in New Caledonia, by N. W. Thomas, 418-9

Traditional Aspects of Hell {Ancient and Modern), by J. Mew, reviewed, 200-2

Transmigration beliefs : Angoniland, 62; Basutos, 417 ; East Anglia, 63-4 ; W. Australia, 365

Transmigration Belief in East Anglia, by P. J. Heather, 63-4

Transvaal, see Bosutos ; Leyds- dorp; Ma-Gwamba people; Pa- aora ; and Shilouvane

Transylvania : marchen, 33-4

Travellers, amulet for, China, 294

Treasure-finding : ghost reveals, Azores, 134-5

Treasurer, election of, 4

Trees in folklore, see Acacia; Banyan ; Baobab-tree ; Box-tree ; Cassia- tree ; Coco-nut palm ; Elm : Fir- tree ; Hawthorn - tree ; Holly; Laurel-tree ; Mountain ash ; Nai- oulie or tea-tree ; Nkanyi tree ; Orange-tree ; Palm-tree ; Peach- tree ; a7td Tea-tree) ; talking, in folktale, Punjab, 112 ; as tribal decoration, W. Australia, 330 ; worship, Punjab, loi

Tremithus : votive tripod at, 266

Trepanning, 13

Tribal colours, Afghanistan and High- lands, 383 Tribal marks, W. Australia, 327, 346,

354 {plate), 365 Trident as symbol of Poseidon, 287-8 Tripods, as votive ofterings, Dodona

&c., 266, 277-8 Troezen : coins with trident, 288 Trolls: send out "milk hares,"

Sweden, 97 Trophies : Greece, 288 Troy : double axe found at. 283 Tuatha De Danann : bringers of Lia

Fail, 28, 30 ; goddesses become

fairy queens, 443 Tuesday : V^ee also Shrove Tuesday);

for magic rite to obviate barrenness,

Punjab, 102 Turkey : assigned to East region of

space, Zuui, 430 ; sacrificed, St.

Martin's Eve, Athlone, 186 Turkey in Asia, see Anatolia Turkey in Europe, see Bulgaria ;

Crete ; and Macedonia Tuscany, see Chiusi ; Cortona ;

Florence ; and Etruscans Twelve : priests lay ghost, Wheatley,

69 ; in time cycle, China, 432

Uisge Or, or water into which gold

has been thrown, 371-2 Uist : {see also South Uist) ; bone

bodkin, 210, 300 ; corp creagk. 373 Ulster, see Antrim ; Cuchulainn

sagas ; and Emain Macha Underdown, H. W., communication

from, 77-8 United States of North America, see

Algonkin Indians ; Arapahoe

Indians ; Blackfoot Indians ;

California: Columbia, District of;

Connecticut ; Dakota tribes ; Mus-

quakie Indians ; Pawnee Indians ;

Pina Indians ; Sioux Indians ; and

Zuiii Indians Unlucky days and deeds, see Lucky

and unlucky days and deeds Uphelly A' festival, Lerwick, 74-7 Urine : in charm, Scotland, 97-8 ;

drunk by inferior prince, Teleut

Tartars, 35 ; sprinkled on cow to

protect, W. Highlands, 96 Ursprung der Grallegende, Ueher

den, by W. Staerk, reviewed, 189,

194-6

Valais, Upper : folktale, 43