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Index.

515

Ireland : {see also Cuchulainn sagas ; a«a^ Ulster) ; folk-songs, 127

Iron : {see also Axe ; Dagger ; Horse- shoe ; Knife ; Matchet ; Pin ; and Scissors) ; bracelets for marriage &c., Congo, 3S1-2 ; buried for divination, Loango, 3.8 1 ; siboko, Barolong, 356-7 ; votive oft'erings, S. Germany, 481-2

Ishan people : secret society, 437

Isis : asp crown sign of curative power, 150 ; lotus symbol of, 146 ; at Pompeii, 143, 152

Isle of Man : archery, 93 ; burial custom, 210

Islington : grotto building, 181

Istria, see Pola

Italy : {see also Aequians ; Alps ; Campagna ; Campania ; Etruria ; Gallia Transpadana ; Latium ; Ligu- rians ; Lucania ; Naples ; Oscans ; Picenum; Romans, ancient ; Rome; Salii ; Samnium ; Sicily ; Sorrento ; Tiber ; Tuscany ; Umbria ; and Venetia) : charm necklace, 131 ; folktales, 490 ; The Dancing- Tower Processions in Italy, by Mrs. A. Wheny, 131, 242-57 (plates), 461-2 ; south, pendant charms, 155

lull, descendants of ^^ineas, 286-7

lulus or young Jupiter, Romans, 286-7, 300, 308

Ivory : bracelets for m.arriage, Congo, 382 ; worn solely by royal family, Barotse, 382

Ivy : in folktale, Bulgaria, 491

Ixion, mistletoe god, 285

Jackets, omen from, Jamaica, 76

Jaganath, procession of, 257

Jaganath or Puri, see Puri

Jamaica : folklore of negroes, 68-77

Jana, see Diana

Janiculum, see Rome

January, see New Year's Day ; and St. Anthony's Day

Janus : as genius, 298 ; influence on Jupiter, 276-9 ; Janiform Jupiter, 276, 289 ; as king on Janiculum, 300 ; oaks sacred to, 281, 321 ; Pompey the Great identified with, 306 ; in Salian hymns, 292, 299- 300 ; Virbius related to, 293 ; as water god, Nemi, 289-91 ; waters from temple drive back Sabines, Rome, 290

Japan : {see also Kamakura) ; charms, 369 ; divination, 369 ; marriage customs, 235

Jaundice, cures for, see Medical folk- lore

Jbala tribes, Morocco : 27, 42 ; mid- summer customs, 42, fires, 28, 30, and bathing, 32, but not eating ceremonies, 37 ; New Year custom, 40, but no fire, 41 ; watering graves, New Year, 42 ; wild cat burnt to cure sick animal, 46

Jbel Habib : bonfires under garden trees, June, 28-9

Jennings, Miss, H. L. F., A Cam- bridgeshire Witch, 187-90

Jeremiah the prophet, in legend, 415

Jerusalem : J. Folklore, by Miss A. Goodrich-Freer, 242 ; sacred fire from, Florence, 183 ; Temple, legends of building of, 417, 419, 422-3

Jesus ben Sira, legend of, 415-6

Jettatura, see Evil eye

Jewitt, W. H., The Mock Mayor of Headington, 464-5

Jews : amongst Huculs, 49-50 ; votive offerings, 480

Jonah legends, 484

Journal of American Folklore, vol. xvii, reviewed, 368

Journal of the Folk-Son^ Society re- viewed, 126-8

Journey : lucky and unlucky starts, Fjort, 75 ; starting ceremony, Huculs, 50 ; starting, unlucky to return after, Jamaica, 76

Jove, see Jupiter

Jovinian, emperor, legend of, 415, 419

Jul: Allesjiclestiden; Hedensk, K7-isten Julefest, by H. F. Feilberg, re- viewed, 366-7

Julia gens : coins of, 315; descended from lulus, 287, 300, 308-9, 311

Julius Caesar : divine honours to, 308-10, 315 ; portents of death, 317

July : {see also St. James's Day ; and St. John's Feast) ; festival of Santa Rosalia, Palermo, 250- 1 ; 2nd, Visitation of the B.V., Boulogne, 259 ; 5th, fires on rivers, Morocco, 31 ; 5th, Poplifugia festival, Rome, 328-30 ; 7th, Romulus disappeared,

329 June : {see also Midsummer ; Mid- summer Day ; Midsummer Eve ; St. John's Day ; and St. John's