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settlement on Vatican hill, 281 ;

Tages, 296 ; thunderbolts of three

kinds, 271 European Sky-God, The, III. : The

Italians, by A. B. Cook, 260-332,

462 Evergreen oak-tree : leaves &c. in

corona civica, Rome, 307-8 Evil eye : amulets and charms against,

Anglo-Saxons, 364, Italy, 132-61,

Morocco, 33-4, 36 ; ladle to sprinkle

victims, Beauly, 242, 334-5 {plate) Evil spirits, see Demons and evil

spirits Ewe, see Sheep Exhibits at meetings, 1-2, 5, 7-8,

129-31, 241-2, 333-5 Exogamy : Bantu, 357 ; Masai, 235 ;

origin of, Australia, 103-4, 469-75 ;

as related to totemism, Australia,

108, 470-1 ; Shortland islands,

Eyes : in amulets. Gnostics, 135 ; ashes in paint for, Morocco, 29 ; charm to strengthen, Monmouth- shire, 67 ; cures for diseases of, Italy, 139, Morocco, 29, 35, 41 ; omens from, Jamaica, 68, 71, 75

Eyrbyggja saga, 359-60

Eyre, Miss L. M., Folklore of the Wye Valley, 2, 162-79 ! review by, Journal of the Folk-Song Society, 126-8

Ezimi ceremony, S. Nigeria, 434-6

Fagus, deity, Aquitania, 283

Fahs : saint's feast at, 32

Fairfield : maypole rite, 461

Fairies : charm stones to protect cattle from, Caithness, 336; dance, Monmouthshire, 63, 176-7 ; darts, Caithness, 336 ; dead leaves whirl in presence of. Forest of Dean, 177-8 ; Faroes, 487 ; food for, Monmouthshire, 176 ; go to market, Monmouthshire, 63 ; grindstone, Shropshire, 336 ; holed stones pro- tect from pixies, Antrim, 241 ; life of, Monmouthshire, 63 ; standards left in hedges for, Gloucestershire, 176 ; steal human beings l\;c., Mon- mouthshire, 63

Fairy rings : Monmouthshire, 63-4, 177

Falcon : in festival of Santa Rosalia, Palermo, 250

Falerii : Janus, image of, 278

Familiar spirits : Cambridgeshire,

188-9 Fan tribe : Allegret's Les Id^es Re-

ligieuses des Fan reviewed, 109-13,

224 Faraday, Miss L. W., review by, —

Vigfusson and Powell's Origines

Islandicae, 358-62 Faroes : {see also Naalsoe) ; Faroes,

The, and Iceland : Studies in Island

Life, by N. Annandale, reviewed,

486-9 Fasting : amongst Huculs, 50 ;

assures early marriage, Huculs, 50 Father-right, see Agnation or father- right Faunus, deity, 283 Feasts, see P'estivals Feathers : on string across road, as

fetish, Loango, 378 {plate) February : family funeral offerings,

Romans, 298 ; 24th, Regifugium

festival, Rome, 330- 1 Feet : omens from, Jamaica, 69, 75 Festiniog : crossed stone and charm,

339

Festivals : Greek, 20 ; Italy, 243-57, 264, 297 ; Morocco, 36-40

Fetishism : Bavili, 376-86 ; Fetishism in West Africa, by R. H. Nassau, reviewed, 109-13

Fez : lustration ceremony. Mid- summer, 32

Fidenae : two dictators &c., 301 ; Poplifugia, festival derived from war with, Rome, 328

Fiends, see Demons and evil spirits

Fig-tree : associated with rue, 153 ; fires to protect, June, Morocco, 28 ; in midsummer day ceremonies, Morocco, 33-4 ; Romulus and Remus found under, 301 ; substitute for Jupiter's oak, 301

Fiji islands : legends and customs, 1 5

Filly, see Horse

Finger-nails, see Nails, human

Finger-rings, see Rings, finger

Fingers : little, amputated, Bushmen, 354; names for, Barra island &c., 216-7

Fin MacCoul's Pebble, by L. J. Dennis, 186 {plate)

Fiote, see Bavili

Fire : amulet against. Val de Morgins, 466; bonfires, 45-6, June 24, Morocco, 28-31 ; ceremonies at midsummer not sun-charms, 44-5 ;