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Index.

Eve) ; dancing -tower processions, Italy, 257 ; festival of Santa Rosa- lia, Palermo, 250-1 ; 24th (O.S.), l-'ansara ceremonies, Morocco, 28-9

Juno : associated with Jupiter etymo- logically, 276, and with Janus, 277; J. Caprotina, 329, 332 ; empress Livia as, 312; festival of, July 7, 329 ; as genius, 297 ; jealous, 264 ; kalends sacred to, 263, 316 ; light- goddess, Italy, 263 ; J. Lucina, 307 ; oak as sacred crown, Rome, 280; as oak goddess, 281

Jupiter : {see also Zeus) ; J. Anxurus, 272 ; J. Arcanus, 280 ; associated with Dianus, Aquileia, 288, and Janus, 276-9, and with Juno ttymo- logically, 276 ; consuls &c. pictured as, Rome, 304-6 ; J- Capitolinus, 299, 304, 307, 309> 313 ; J- Gustos, 314; J. Elicius, 269, 302, 318, 321, 323; J- Fagutalis, 2S3; J. Feretrius, 273, 280, 321 ; festival of' July 5' 329; J- Flagius, 307; few abnormal forms, 275-6 ; J. Fulgur, 270 ; as genius, 296-9 ; ides sacred to, 263 ; J. Indiges, 271, 286 ; J. Julius, 309 ; kings and emperors represent, Italy, 285-332 ; J. Ladaris, 273, 281, 286, 313 ; J. Lucetius, 320 ; an oak god, 279-81, 284 ; origin of name, 260-I ; J. Pluvius, 266-8; J. Quirinus, 276, 281, 309, 320-1 ; J. Ruminus, 301 ; as sea-god, 272 ; as sky-god, 260- 332 ; J. Summanus, 272-3, 298 ; J. Terminalis, 302 ; J. Tigillus, 280; as weather-god, 263-72

Jura, island of : game, 344 ; rhymes,

343 Juturna : Latin goddess, 271-2, 277,

290, and spring, 271 ; mate of

Dianus, 290 Juventia gens, descended from Jupiter,

307

Kaang or 'Cagn, see 'Cagn Kaiabara tribe (Aus.) : organisation,

474 Kaitish tribe (Aus.), iii, 223,428, 469 Kakongo : {see also Futila ; Lukulu ; and Lumbembika) ; eel sacred, 395 ; fetish images, 385 ; fetish powers of leopard, 390- 1 ; food taboos, 405-6 ; revenant, 374 ; story of elephant, 401 ; story of foundation of, 396

Kalends : of all months sacred to Juno, 263, 316 ; day after, a black day, Rome, 332 Kalikazari, sprite, Greeks, 21 Kamakura : festival of Buddha, 257 Kamilaroi tribe (Aus.), 105, 222-3 Kasem, jNIoorish saint, 32 Kastulos, St., .f(;c St. Kastulos Kayi : fetish image facing, 380 Keiss Castle : charm-stones from,

335-6 Kennet valley : riddle, 98 Kent : {see also Adisham) ; folk-song,

127 Key : as amulet, Etruscans, 142,

Naples, 135, 142-3, \ l6-6i (plates);

attribute of Jana, 143 ; used in

charm, St. Briavel's, 169-70, 172 Khartoum : Islam at, 495-6 Khorasan : herb burnt as air-purifier,

138 King Adolo of Benin, 437 King Amulius of Alba Longa, 300 King Antiochus the Great, 304 King Antiochus III., defeat of, 305 King Arthur : Merlin legend, 370,

407-27 King Ascanius, son of ^-Eneas, 286-7 King Ead wig : charter of reign, 123 King Edgar : charter of reign, 123 King Harold : Monmouthshire tradi- tion, 164-5 King Latinus, vanishing of, 286, 325 King Mezentius of Caere, 286 King Nebuchadnezzar, in legend, 416-7 King Nimrod, in Moorish legend, 43 King Numa : not burgess, 328 ; on

coins, 302 ; consults Faunus, 283 ;

Egeria his goddess-wife, 283-4, 302;

instructed by Jupiter Elicius, 269,

302, 323 ; laws of, 321 King Numitor of Alba Longa, 300 King Oenomaus, palace of, 323 King Overami of Benin, 435, 437 King Perseus, defeat of, 305 King Phorbas, oak of, 323 King Picus, husband of Canens, 290,

321 King Procas, of Alba, 300 King Remus, on coins, 300 King Romulus : birth of, 295 ; on

coins, 300 ; joint reign of, 301 ;

law of, 273 ; originated Parilia,

316; as Quirinus, 321; vanishing

of, 286, 316-7, 324-5, 327, 332 King Romulus Silvius : as mock

Jupitei, 2S7-8, 318