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Zwei Jahre unter den Kan7iibalen der Salomo-Inseln, 1 1 3-6 Hades : {^see also Hell) ; Aranda tribe (Aus. ), 431 ; Shortland islands,

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Hadham, Little, see Little Hadham

Hadrian, Emperor : as Jupiter, 314, or Zeus, 314 ; middle brass of, 278

Haha, Morocco, 28-9 ; midsummer custom, 36, 7

Hail : charm against, Germany, 45 ; from Jupiter, 266

Hair : combing at night unlucky, Jamaica, 69 ; drawing from head at new moon gives wish, Jamaica, 70; grey, lucky to young, Jamaica, 68, 76 ; of head rubbed with ashes of midsummer fires, Morocco, 30 ; as propitiatory sacrifice, Malabar and New Zealand, 467

Hair-pins : charm, China, 369 ; cock and Diana on, Fiume, 148, 153

Hamed ben Marzok, Moorish saint, 32

Hammersmith : grotto building, 181

Hampshire : folk-songs, 127 ; no local weights and measures, 125

Hand : in bodkins, Sorrento, 140 ; in cimaruta amulet, Naples, 135, 140, 156-61 (plates) ; fig, sign of, 140, 156; left, used to flog duppy, Jamaica, 71 ; omens from, Jamaica, 69) 71, 75; in rhyme, Argyllshire, 452

Hare : Hare's Leap, children's game, Argyllshire, 78

Harebell ; fairy cup, Monmouthshire, 177 ; used in illness, Monmouth- shire, 177

Harold, King, see King Harold

Harris island : divination, 80 ; games, 90, 441-2

Hartland, E. S. : communication from, 337-40 ; reviews by, — Durk- heim's V AmiHSociologique,i,i)'i-']'^ ; Dulaure's Des Divinitis Ghi^ra- trices, on du Ciilte du Phallus chez les Anciens el les Modernes, 476-8 ; Ehrenreich's Die My then unci Legenden der Siidamerikanischen Ufvolker und ihre Beziehungen zu denen Nordamerikas und der alien Welt, 483-6 ; Howitt's The Native Iribes of South-east Australia, lui-9 ; Thalbitzer's A Phonetical Study of the Eskimo Language ^c, 119; van Gennep's Tabou et Tott'misme a Madagascar, 226-33

Harvest customs and beliefs : Corn- wall, 2; Devon, 2; Florence, 184; Greek, 20 ; Hertfordshire, 2 ; Italy,

Hat : of office from leopard's skin, Congo, 391 ; omens from, Jamaica, 68, 71

Hawk : omen from, Jamaica, 73 ; plucks hawkweed for sight, 145 ; on world-ash, Scandinavia, 153

Hawkweed: gives hawk far sight, 145

Hawthorn : in May Day song. Pad- stow, 56

Head : strengthened by rain falling on, April 27, Morocco, 33

Headington : manor of, 124 ; mock mayor, 464-5

Headless ghosts : Monmouth, 175-6

Heart : in amulets, Naples, 135, 148-9, 157, 160- 1 (plates) ; omen from palpitation of, Jamaica, 75

Heather hen, see Grouse

Hebrides : (see also Barra ; Coll ; Fuda; Harris; Jura; Mull; North Uist; St. Kilda; Skye ; and\3\?,t) ; ballad composition, 239 ; games, 200-1, 203-4; stone whorls as adder stones, 336

Hecate, tri-formed, 279

Heimey, isle of: folktale, 488

Helianthus : to colour Easter eggs, Huculs, 54

Hell : of Masai, 236

Helston : arrows and Spaniards, 59

Hemicrania, Anglo-Saxon name for,

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Hen : (see also Chicken) ; omen from, Jamaica, 71

Henna : in cow medicine, Morocco, 33

Hephaistos represented as lame devil, modern Greeks, 21

Heraclea : coin, 314

Heracles : consul represented as, on coins &c., Rome, 305 ; legends, survival of, Cyprus, 24 ; -oath by, taken out of doors, Italy, 261

Herbs in folklore, see Plants in folk- lore

Herculaneum : bronze, 311

Hercules, see Heracles

Hermannsburg : Arunta beliefs,

429-31 Hertfordshire : (see also Barnet ; and

Little Hadham) ; folk-song, 127 Hesse : Hessische Blatter fiir Volks-

kunde reviewed, 491-2 ; publica-

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