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Index.

in dreams, Jamaica, 76 ; jumped over to free from misfortune &c., Morocco, 28-30, 40, Romans, 316 ; Nereid in shape of, Crete, 22 ; perpetual, Rome, 316-7 ; sacred, from Jerusalem, at Florence, 183

Firefly : as omen, Jamaica, 69, 71

First footing, Salnasker rock, 488

Fir-tree : in folktale, Bulgaria, 491 ; at marriages, Huculs, 5 1-2.

Fish in folklore : {see also Catfish ; Eel ; Rayfish ; Salmon ; Sawfish ; fl«^ Shark) ; in amulet, Naples, 135, 146-7 ; in dream, Jamaica, 77 ; scales found in sacred grove, Loango, 400 ; taboos, Loango, 398

Fisher-Story, A, and other Notes from South Wales, by T. H. Thomas, 337-40

Fishing : fisher story, Wales, 337-9 ; mermaid beliefs, Faroes, 487 ; merman beliefs, Iceland, 359 ; un- lucky request, Jamaica, 68

Fiume : hairpins from, 148, 153

Five : fifth day before ' black day ' of ill omen, Rome, 332 ; interreges reigned five days, Rome, 332

Five-stones, game of, see Chucks, game of

Fjort, see Bavili

Flamen Dialis, in argei ceremony, Rome, 326-7

Flanders : source of bows, Scotland,

93

Flea : leaping over New Year fire to

banish, Morocco, 40 Flint arrowheads, see Arrows Florence : Medusa legend, 351 ;

procession of San Giovanni, 243-4,

258; Scoppiodel Carro, 131, 182-4 Florus, St., see St. Florus Flowers in folklore : {see also Achillea ;

Costmary ; Genista ; Harebell ;

Lotus ; Marguerite daisy ; Mayd

weed ; May weed ; Moon-daisy ;

Moon flowers ; Orange blossom ;

and Sweet maudlin ; in amulet,

Naples, 135, 144-6, 147-8, 156-61

{plates) ; in bodkins, Sorrento, 140 ;

composite, sacred to Lucina, 138;

dedicated to Artemis, 145 ; on

grottoes, St. James's Day, Leyton-

stone, 180 Folk-drama : History of, by T. F.

Ordish, 9; Perthshire, 2II-6;

Philippine islands, 368 Folklore : range of, 120-2

Folklore de Fraizce, Le, by P. Sebillot,

15

Folklore of the Negroes of Jamaica, 68-77

Folk-lore of the Wye Valley, by Miss L. M. Eyre, 2, 162-79

Folk-medicine, see Medical folklore

Folk-music : English, Scotch, and Irish, 127-8

Folk-sayings, see Proverbs

Folk-songs: Aranda tribe (Aus.), 431 ; Bulgarian, 490 ; Sargent and Kitt- redge's English and Scottish Popu- lar Ballads reviewed, 238-40 ; Eskimo, 119 ; Huculs, 52 ; Jouinat of the Folk-So)ig Society reviewed, 126-8 ; Malay, 489 ; Padstow, 56- 8, 259 ; Westman islands, 489 ; Westmoreland, 127

Folktales : {see also zmder various types, such as Polyphemus type of folktales) ; Amerindian, 368 ; Argyllshire, 444-5 ; Bavili, 386-90, 599 ; borrowing theory, 484-5 ; Cambridgeshire, 187-9 ! Diguefios, 368 ; Egyptian, 368 ; French Can- adian, 36s ; Greek, 21-5; Ireland, 186; Italy, 490; Masai, 234; Monmouthshire, 63-4, 175 ; Paw- nees, 1 16-7; relation to ballads, 239-240, 408-10, 427 ; Roumania, 419-21 ; Scotland, 61 ; Shortland islands, 115; South America, 483- 6 ; Tahiti, 4S8 ; transference of romantic cycles to fresh heroes, 409-10, 425; Wales, 337-9; Wei- mar, 493; West Africa, 112-3; Westman Isles, 488 ; Wye valley,

173-5. 178-9

Fonteii, coins of, 280

Fontus, god of springs &c. , 290

Footmarks : witch injured by pin in, Cambridgeshire, 188

Forest of Dean ; {see also Ruardean) ; fairies, 177-8 ; people, 162

Forest spirits : bush devils, Shortland islands, 1 15; Huculs, 50

Fors Fortuna, see Fortuna

Fortuna : associated with oak Jupiter and Juno, Rome &c., 285 ; counter- part of Persephone, 285 ; goddess of fertility, Italy, 285 ; one of Penates, Romans, 296 ; F. Primi- genia, oracle of, Praeneste, 280-1, 296-7 ; F. Primocenia, offering to, 285, and a solar deity, Italy, 284 ; specially worshipped by women,

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