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Index.

517

Kings : {see also undernames) ; Anglo- Saxon, election of, 124-5 '■> repre- sentatives of sky-god, Italy, 285- 332 ; slain when strength decays, 322-7

King Servius Tullius : birth of, 295, 331-2; planted Esquiline, 282-3; slave's son, 328

Kjng Silvius, son of .-Eneas or Ascanius, 2S7, 322

King Sitho, palace of, 323

King Solomon: in legends, 415, ^417-8, 424

King Tarquin : expulsion of, 330 ; a foreigner, 328

King Titus Tatius : joint reign of, 301 ; murdered, Lavinium, 325, .327

King Tullus Hostilius : slain by Jupiter EHcius, 269, 318 ; slays dictator of Alba, 325

King Vortigern : legend of, 41 1-5,

^424

Kintyre : counting-out rhyme, 208 ; dance, 208-9 > gambling, 218 ; games, 200, 347, 443 Kirtlington, manor of, 124 Kirton in Lindsey : maypole rite, 461 Kite : in May song, Padstow, 58 Knee : omen from, Jamaica, 75 Knife : black-handled, in charm to destroy waterspout, Greeks, 191 ; keeps off witch, Cambridgeshire, 187 ; penknife kills duppy, Jam- aica, 70 ; unlucky to hand, Jamaica,

77 Knotgrass : Anglo-Saxon name, 364 Koloman, St., see St. Koloman Kongo river, sec Congo river Korannas : clans, 355 ; cows, care

of, 355 Korea : amulet, 369 Koriti, good ghosts, Shortland islands,

1 1 5-6 Kurnai tribe (Aus. ), 105, 222-3, 471-2 Kutchi, Australian god, 103

Labarum, the, 319

Laconia ; {see also Sparta ; Virbius ;

and Virvinus) ; Janiform gods

known, 290 Lakes : Juturna, Latin goddess of,

271 Lamia in Greek folklore, 21 Lancashire : folk-song, 127 Land -measures, ancient English, 125 Landnamabok, the, 359, 361-2

Lang, A. : All -Fathers in Australia, 222-4 '■< Arunta Totemism and Marriage Law, 242 ; " I'll put my Foot in the Fire," 98 ; West African Beliefs, 109-113 ; review by, — Sargent and Kittredge's English and Scottish Popular Ballads, 238-240 L-'ansara day, Morocco, 28-40, 42-4 Larentalia festival, Romans, 295,

297 Lares, Romans, 294-7, 299 Lark : in May song, Padstow, 58 Larvae, Romans, 294-6 L-'asur day, Morocco, 40-1 Latinus, King, see King Latinus Latium : {see aho Alba Longa : Alban Mount ; Algidus, Mount ; Aricia ; Bovillae ; Juturna ; Lavinium ; Nemi, wood of ; Numicius ; Prae- neste ; Privernum ; Regillus lake ; Tibur ; and Tusculum) ; king em- bodied Janus or Jupiter, 299-300 Latuka, E. Africa, 234, 236 Laurus, St., see St. Laurus Lavinium : Titus Tatius murdered,

325

Laxdtela saga, 360

Leap year customs : Jamaica, 72

Lecture committee, 8

Leda : on altar, Rome, 272

Ledaig district : game, 85

Left : in charm to cure cow, Glencoe, 61 ; hand to flog duppies, Jamaica, 71, 74)11^ omens from parts of body, Fjort and Jamnica, 75

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

Lemki, Slavic tribe, 48

Lemur : prime minister of leopard, Congo, 388 ; tabooed, Madagascar, 229

Lemures, Romans, 294, 296

Lent : amongst Huculs, 50

Leo constellation : rue associated with, 139

Leonard, St., see St. Leonard

Leopard : connected with witchcraft, Loango, 391-5 ; in folktale, Loango, 403 ; hat of office from skin, Congo, 391 ; prince with lemur as vizier, Loango, 388, 391, 398 ; sent to kill people by wizard, Bavili, 373 : skin a charm against smallpox and for rain, Loango, 391 ; skin tabooed in sacred grove, Loango, 398 ; symbol of earth, Bavili, 402