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Jamaica, 68 ; visit or haunt those who wash back of corpse, Jamaica, 70 ; warn by breaking stick, Jamaica, 70 ; water from dog's eyes enables to see, Jamaica, 74 ; of wizards haunt deathplaces for ever, Bavili, 373 ; Wye valley, 1 7 5-6

Giants: Australia, 430; Down, 186; Monmouthshire, 64, 164 ; paste- board, Messina, 248-9

Gieta heights, as abode of dead, 115

Gilding horns of victim, Lesbos, 20

Gillou, in Greek folklore, 21

Giorgio, St., see St. Giorgio

Giovanni, St., see St. Giovanni

Gipsies : foundation custom, Rou- mania, 422

Girgenti, province of, see Castelter- mini

Gisla saga, 360

Glamorganshire, see Cardiff; Gower ; Llancarfan ; Port Eynon ; and St. Nicholas

Glawi, Morocco : midsummer belief, 34 ; New Year fire custom, 41

Glencoe : apparition of Devil, 61

Glengarry : archery, 92-3

Glevesing : child Merlin discovered at, 412

Gloucester : stones carried by Devil and wizard, 175

Gloucestershire, see Beachley ; Chel- tenham ; Forest of Dean ; Glou- cester ; Hewelsfield ; Kedbrook ; St. Briavel's ; a7td Wye valley

Goat: killed as substitute for criminal, Loango, 401 ; sacred, Loango, 397-8 ; sacrificed, S. Nigeria, 435 ; skin in sacred grove, Loango, 401 ; straw, marjoram, and alum burnt to protect, Morocco, 28

Goat's beard spiraea : in charm, Val de Morgins, 466-7

Goblins : Greeks, 21 ; Poland, 492

God's name drives off evil spirits, Jamaica, 74, or returns maid to salmon, Wales, 339

Gods, see Creator, beliefs about ; Deity, conceptions of; and under names of gods, such as Jupiter

Gold leaf on butcher's meat, Lesbos, 20

Golden B&ugk, The^ by J. G. Frazer, discussed, 288-332

Gomme, Mrs. A. B., exhibits by, 2

Gondicha : procession of Jaganath, 257

Goodrich-Freer, Miss A., Jerusalem

Folklore, 242 Gorale, Slavic tribe, 48 Gorgon myth, 350-2 Gorgona, in Greek folklore, 21 Gower, see Arthur's Stone Grail romances, 41 1, 427 Grain, see Corn Grape: in amulet, Naples, 151 Graves : peas planted on prevent

seeing ghost, Jamaica, 74 ; watered.

New Year, Morocco, 42 Gravestones: inscriptions on, Romans,

295

Graveyard, see Churchyard

Greek folklore : {see also Arcadia ; Argolis ; Attica ; Bojotia ; Crete ; Cyllene ; Cyprus ; Eleusis ; Elis ; Epirus ; Greek islands; Laconia ; Missolonghi ; Peloponnesus ; and under names of deities) ; artemisia esteemed, 364 ; charm to destroy waterspout, 190- 1 ; collection of, 16 ; riddle, 352 ; saints connected with ancient gods and heroes, 20-1 ; sources of, in Greek antiquity, 1 7-8, 20-1 ; survivals of ancient beliefs, 20-5; Schmidt's Volkslebertder Neu- griechen iitid das Hellenische Alter- thum, 18-20 ; votive off"erings, 20

Greek islands : (see also Astypolaia ; Cephalonia ; Chios ; Cos ; Crete ; Cyprus ; Lesbos ; Melos ; Naxos ; Tenos ; and Zakynthos) ; of ^Egean still isolated, 16

Green : Easter eggs, Huculs, 53

Green, F. G. , exhibits by, i

Greenland, see Eskimo

Greenock : in rhyme, Argyllshire, 452

Grey : hair, lucky to young, Jamaica, 68, 76

Grosmont : Jacky Kent the wizard,

175 Grottoes on St. James's Day, 180-2 Ground, see Earth Group Marriage, by W. W. Thomas,

99 Grouse : in lullabies, Argyllshire,

456-7 Gubbio : elevation of the Ceri, 251-7

(plates) Guisers, Perthshire, 21 r Glinther, R. T., The Cimaruta : its

Structure and Development, 9, 131,

132-61 (plates)

Haddon, A. C, review by, — Ribbe's