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Index.

Bamangwato : ancestors, memory of, 355 ; siboko, 357

Banavie Moss : second sight story, 62

Banffshire : game, 90

Banoka : siboko usages, 356

Banshees : Monmouthshire, 64

Bantu : [^see also under names of tribes) ; ancestor worship and to- temism, 231-3; ancestors, memory of, 355 ; migration of, 353, 355

Baperi, see Banoka

Baptism : of Cero of Sant' Ubaldo, Gubbio, 252

Baputi : burial of chief, 356

Bari tribe, 236

Barkingi nation (Aus. ), 223

Barley : burnt in midsummer fires, Morocco, 31 ; eaten ceremonially, midsummer, Morocco, 36, and in ploughing custom, Morocco, 39

Barnet : grotto building, 181

Barolong : siboko, 356-7

Barone lamps, symbols for, 156

Ba-Ronga : twins and sky associated, 300

Barotse tribe : deity, 112; ivory worn only by royal family, 382

Barra island : counting-out rhymes, 207, 454 ; dance, 210 ; games, 85-6, 89, 91, 199-200, 348-9, 439; lullaby, 458 ; names for fingers, 216 ; rhyme, 454

Barra, Sound of, see Fuda island

Barrenness, see Birth customs and beliefs

Barry, Miss F. : exhibit by, 242, 335- 6 ; Charm-Stones, 335-6 ; Riddle or Charm ? 98

Basket fetish, Congo, 378-9

Bass Strait : effect of formation on aborigines of Australia, lOl

Bat : omen from, Jamaica, 73

Batauna : siboko, 357

Bathing : of eyes as charm, Mon- mouthshire, 67 ; on l-'ansara day, Morocco, 31-3 ; on l-'aSur day, Morocco, 41 ; at midsummer, ancient Libya, 47

Batlaru : sibokos, 357

Bavaria, see Aigen ; and Rhon moun- tains

Bavili : Bavili Notes, by R. E. Den- nett, 242, 371-406 (//a/«) ; starting on journey, 75

Beachly : popular derivation of, 163

Beans : eaten ceremonially, mid-

summer, Morocco, 36, and at tent- pitching, Morocco, 39

Beauly : charm against evil eye, 242, 334-5 {plate)

Bechuana : {see also under names of tribes) ; sibokos, 356-7

Bedfordshire : elder-tree belief, lOO

Bee : charm to foster, Morocco, 37 ; cowdung burnt to protect, June, Morocco, 28-30 ; earth thrown over, midsummer, Morocco, 34

Beech-tree : as cult substitute for oak, Italy, 282-3 '■> Diana and Jupiter as beech-wood deities, Italy, 283 ; leaves worn when consulting Faunus, Rome, 283

Beetle : scarab, Etruscans, 274

Belgium, ^ e Flanders

Bells : on amulets against evil eye, Naples, 133

Benayah, general of Solomon, in legend, 417

Beneventum : dedication to Jupiter, 272

Bengal, see Calcutta ; and Puri

Benguela : sacred animals, 397

Beni Ah'sen tribe, Morocco : mid- summer fires, 31, and bathing, 32

Beni Mgild tribe : midsummer cus- toms, 29, 31, 34, 37, 46, but no water customs, 32 ; sowing custom,

39

Benin City : dance, 436-7 ; ' great father,' 435 ; secret societies, 437

Bensington, manor of, 124

Berber tribes, Morocco : {see alio Rif Berbers) ; 27, 29 ; adopt foreign words, 43 ; midsummer ceremonies, 42, 46-7

Berkshire, see Kennet valley

Berne Canton, see Miinchenbuchsee

Berwinck (vinca minor) : at marriages, Huculs, 51

Betrothal customs, see Courting cus- toms and beliefs

Betsileos : animal taboos, 229 ; rein- carnation beliefs, 230, 235

Betsimisaraka tribe, 229

Bible and key used as charm, St. Briavel's, 169-70, 172

Bibliography of folklore : annual, lo; Hessian, 492

Bickerstein : "ticket for paradise," 481

Big Klaus and Little Klaus type of folktales, 119

Binbinga tribe (Aus.): marriage cus- toms, 472