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Index.

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292 ; oak goddess, 282 ; sky goddess, Tibur, 289 ; triformis, hardly sug- gested by cimaruta amulets, Naples,

.137, I43> 151

Dianus, associated with Diana, 276, 288-90, 292, and Juturna, 290 ; Jupiter as, Aquileia, 288 ; as sun- god, 290 ; as water-god, Nemi, 289-90

Dieri, see Dieyeri

Dieyeri tribe : descent among, 107-8 ; origin of social reform, 103 ; totemism, 107-8

Digueiios : folktales, 360

Dinka tribe, 236

Diocletian: as Jupiter, 315

Dione associated with Zeus, 276

Dionysus : in folktale, Bceotia, 24 ; processions of, 258-9

Dioscuri : on altar, Rome, 272 ; at battle of lake Regillus, 301 ; on coins, Greece, 300; as saints, 20-1

Dis, Chthonian deity, 263, 273, 275

Diseases : caused by evil spirits, Australia, 430, Shortland islands, 115, or souls of past, Bavili, 375 ; charms against, see Charms and spells ; cured by jumping over June fire, Morocco, 28 ; cures for, see iVIedical folklore ; New Year cere- mony against, Morocco, 40-1 ; sprites of, Greeks, 21

Dislocations, charm against, St. Briavel's, 168

Divination : {see also Omens ; and Ordeals) ; by buried pieces of iron or wood, Loango, 381 ; by burning bent grass, Harris, 80 ; by crystal- gazing, 479-80 ; by divination blocks, China, 369 ; by eating salt in eggshell, Jamaica, 72 ; by fasces of lictors, Rome, 302 ; by mirror, Bavili, 376 ; by peeling orange, Jamaica, 72 ; by sea bathing. Mid- summer, Morocco, 32 ; by seeds, New Year, Morocco, 38 ; by shak- ing strips from box, Japan, 369 ; by throwing paper letters into water, Jamaica, 72 ; by tongs, Argyllshire, 79-So; by valerian, Monmouthshire, 65 ; by walking round Arthur's stone, Wales, 339 ; in Loango dis- trict, 376, 381 ; of child-bearing, Congo, 381, Morocco, 32; of crops, Morocco, 38 ; of death, Monmouth- shire, 65 ; of illness, Monmouth- shire, 65 ; of marriage and court-

ship, Argyllshire, 79, Harris, 80, Jamaica, 72, Monmouthshire, 65, Wales, 339

Divinites Generatrices, Des, on du Culte du Phallus chez les Anciens et les Modernes, by J. A. Dulaure, reviewed, 476-8

Dodona : oak zeus, 323

Dog : associated with Jupiter, Etrus- cans, 274 ; black, in game, Argyll- shire, 79 ; fetish images of, Loango, 386 ; in games, Argj-llshire, 79, Perthshire, 86 ; in lullaby, Argyll- shire, 456 ; Nereid in shape of, Crete, 22; omens from, Jamaica, 69, 73 ; in rhyme, Argj'llshire, 451 ; sacrificed to birth goddess, Romans, 299 ; water from eyes enables to see ghosts, Jamaica, 74

Domitian Caesar : as Jupiter, 314

Donkey : amulets for, 141, 157 ; bathed on l-'ansara day, Morocco, 31 ; Cuddies and Weights, game, Argyllshire, 78-9 ; thighbone in folktale, Boeotia, 25

Doorpost, see House

Dorsetshire : charm, 98

Dove : as duppy, Jamaica, 69 ; at Easter, Huculs, 53 ; in Scoppio del Carro, Florence, 183-4 ; as sign of salvation, Monmouthshire, 175 ; uses herbs for keen sight, 145

Down : (see also Carlingford : Clough- more Stone ; Loughbrickland ; and Rostrevor) ; churn or corn baby, 185-6

Dragon : in folktale, Naxos, 24 ; in Merlin legend, 414, 422 ; in Mor- decai legend, 423-4

Drama, Folk-, see Folk-drama

Drawa tribes, Morocco, 27

Dreams : of Caligula, 313 ; omens from, Australia, 430, Italy, 313, Jamaica, 68, 76-7 ; as origin of social changes, Australia, 103-4 5 sent by Altjira, Aranda tribe, 430

Dress, ladies' : omen from, Jamaica, 76

Drinking : goddess of, Rome, 263

Drolls : Wye valley, 1 78-9

Duiker : chief buried in skin of, Baputi, 356

Dukkala, Morocco : cure for eye dis- eases, 41 ; midsummer fires, 29, but no water customs, 32 ; New Year water custom, 41 ; ploughing custom, 38 ; tent-pitching custom, 39-40