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Index.

511

285 ; sun the wheel or orb of, Italy, 284 ; symbols of, 285 ; F. Viscata, Rome, 285

Fossils in folklore, 333-4

Foundation sacrifices, 422

Fowls : (see also Chicken ; Cock ; and Hen) ; blood used in medicines, Loango, 400 ; feathers in sacred grove, Loango, 400 ; omens from, Jamaica, 69, 71, 74; in proverb, Bavili, 400 ; sacrificed in making fetish, Congo, 384 ; as sign of good faith, Loango, 400 ; tabooed, 396 ; white, as offerings in sacred grove, Loango, 400

France : (see also Aquitania ; Bretagne; aftd Pas de Calais) ; Sebillot's Le Folklore de France, 15

Frazer, J. G. , communications from,

190- 1, 337

Frey : oath by boar of, Iceland, 360 ; toast to, Iceland, 360

Friday : as birthday unlucky, Jam- aica, 73 ; in charm against rupture, Monmouthshire, 65 ; in game, Argyllshire, 81

Frog : as amulet, Pompeii &c., 154 (plate), 158; familiar spirit as, Cambridgeshire, 188; not in cimar- uta amulet, Naples, 154 ; as totem, Australia, 107

Fruit and vegetables in folklore, see Acorn ; Apple ; Beans ; Chickpeas ; Corn ; Grape ; Nuts ; Orange ; Peas ; Pulse ; Plantain ; and Yam

Fruit-trees : midsummer customs, Morocco, 29-30, 34

Fuda island : exhibit from, 130

Fugalia festival, Rome, 329

Fulmar : white, brings good luck, Westman Isles, 488

Futila : sacred fish, 395, and animals

397

future life, beliefs about, see Death and funeral customs and beliefs

Galatea and Pygmalion, modern version of, Astypolaia, 23

Galicia, see Huculs

Gallas, 234

Gallia Transpadana, see Aquileia

Games : Scotland, 77-97, 192-22 1, 340-9, 439-60

Gannet : albatross king of, Faroes, 488

Gaol fever, cures for, see Medical folk- lore

Gardens : protected by fires, June, Morocco, 28-9, or by strewing earth, midsummer, Morocco, 34

Gargilii, coins of, 280

Gaster, M. : The Legend of Merlin, 370, 407-26, 462-3

Gazelle : in folktales, Loango, 404 ; head and horns in sacred grove, Loango, 404 ; horn worn for safety in childbirth, Congo, 380 ; sacred animal, Xibanga, 396

Genista : to colour Easter eggs, Huculs, 53-4

Genita Mana, Ijirth goddess, Romans, 299

Genius of Rome, 298-9

Genius or birth god, Romans, 294-6 ; identified with Jupiter, 296-7, or Janus, 298 ; as snake, Romans, 298 ; two-fold, 298

Geoffrey of Monmouth : literature known to, 410-1

George, St., see St. George

Germany : (see also Bavaria ; Hesse ; Miinsterland ; and Weimar) ; An- dree's Votive Weihegaben des Katho- lischen Volks in Suddeutschland reviewed, 480-3

Gervasius, St., see St. Gervasius

Gesfa Roinanonttn, collected in Eng- land, 419

Geta, coin of, 276

Ghosts : in animal shape, Jamaica, 69-70, 77, Wye valley, 175 ; caught by wizard and sent to kill people, Bavili, 373 ; charms against, Ja- maica, 70-1 ; colour of dress shows intentions, Jamaica, 74 ; can only count to nine, Jamaica, 70 ; cursing drives off good spirit, Jamaica, 74 ; death follows from seeing ghost of relative, Bavili, 373, or from beat- ing by ghost, Bavili, 373 ; destroyed by pin &c. , Jamaica, 70; drink water, Jamaica, 70; must be flogged with left hand, Jamaica, 71, 74; God's name drives away evil spirits, Jamaica, 74 ; good and bad, Short- land islands, 11 5-6 ; laid by twelve clergymen, Monmouth, 176; horse- skin bag to catch, Wales, 339-40 ; manes, Romans, 293-9 ; Mon- mouthshire, 64-5, 175-6 ; protec- tives against, Jamaica, 70-1, 74; can rest in house of death 20 days, and then lives in woods, Bavili, 373 ; seen by child born with caul.