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INDEX.

Aberdeenshire : {see also Braemar) ; cockfighting, 204 ; in game, Argj-11- shire, 94

Abraham, in Moorish legend, 43-4

Abyssinia : {see also Boudas) ; influ- ence on Masai, 234, 236

Acca Larentia, mother of the Lares, 297

Accounts of Folk-Lore Society, 12-3

Achillea matricaria as moonflower, 146

Achilles legend : modern adaptation of, Zakynthos, 22

Acorn : in crown of Roman king, 302, and in corona civica, 307-8

Adder, see Snake

Additions to " The Games of Argyll- shire,"' by R. C. Maclagan, Tj-^"], 192-221, 340-9, 439-60

Adisham : mock burial for whooping cough, 225

Adolo, King, see King Adolo

yEgeria, see Egeria

yEneas, vanishing or drowning of, 286, 318, 325, 326

Aequians : complaints referred to oak- tree, 282

^sculapius : barber's pole survival of staft", 150; cock associated with, 148

Africa : {see also Abyssinia ; Angola ; Bantu; Bushmen; Congo; Egypt; Fan tribe ; Gallas ; Hottentots ; Latuka ; Libya, ancient ; Loango ; Madagascar ; Masai ; Matabele ; Morocco; Nigeria ; Somali ; Soudan; Wandorobo tribe : awrfZambesi dis- trict) ; Anthropological Queries for Central Africa reviewed, 494-5 ; Kidd's The Essential A'aftr, 15 ; West African Beliefs, by A. Lang, 109-13 ; Stow's 7^he Native Races of South Africa reviewed, 353-8 ; luest, evil spirits passed into figures cast into river, 258 ; Blyden's IVest Africa before Europe, and Other Addresses reviewed, 495-6

Aglu : fire custom. New Year, 40- 1 ; midsummer smoke and bathing customs, 32 ; ploughing custom, 38-9 ; road &c. dust sprinkled on fruit trees, midsummer, 34

Agnation or father-right: Australia, 468-75 ; as connected with group marriage, 99 ; Ovaherero, 357

Agricultural folklore : {see also Corn ; Harvest customs and beliefs ; Ploughing customs and beliefs ; Sowing customs and beliefs ; and Thrashing-floor) ; king responsible for crops, Rome, 318; rain water of Apl. 27, beliefs about, Morocco,

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Aigen : votive offerings, 481-2

Akwe : secret society, 437

Alba Longa : fortified by Ascanius, 286 ; kingly succession, 300 ; Melius Fuftetius, dictator of, 325 ; separa- tion of divine and human kingly offices, 287, 291 ; sow of, 281

Alban Mount : cult of Jupiter Latiaris, 273, 281

Albano : bas-relief from, 274

Albatross: kingof thegannet, Faroes, 488

Alcheringa of Aranda tribe, 431

Alder tree : bark to colour Easter eggs, Huculs, 54

Algidus, Mount : cult of Diana, 282

Alladius, King, see King Romulus Silvius

All- Fathers in Australia, by A. Lang, 222-4

Alpara, abode of evil being, Aranda tribe, 430

Alps : snowfall on, Romans, 265

Altjira, god of Aranda, 429-31

Alu : abode of dead, 115

Alum : burnt in cattleyard, Morocco, 28

America, see North America ; atid South America

Ammonites in folklore, 241, 333-4 {plate) ^

Amon-Ra's ship in Moslem proces- sion, Luxor, 257

Amulets and talismans, 34, 131, 132- 61, 335-6, 369, 380-2, 391, 406, 466-7

Amulius, King, see King Amulius

Amzmiz ; midsummer custom, 30

Ancestors : ancestral snakes, Mada- gascar and Masai, 235 ; ancestral

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