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Index.

531

Strigla, the goblin, Greeks, 21

Studies in Anglo-Saxon Literature, by H. M. Chadwick, reviewed, 122-6

Sulnasker rock : first visit custom, 488

Sun : associated with oak mistletoe, Greece and Italy, 284-5, ^.nd rue, 139 ; Baletsatsi or men of the sun, S. Africa, 356 ; charms for sun- shine, 44-6, Rome, 316 ; cock and eagle emblems of, Lycia&c, 148; controlled by kings, Greece and Italy, 317 ; disc and wheel symbols of Italy, 272, 284 ; emperors as sun gods, Romans, 317 ; in folk- tales, Bulgaria, 490, Eleusis, 24, Eskimo, 119, S. America, 484; Janus or Dianus as sun god, 277, 290; Jupiter as, 272-3; lotus as symbol of, 146 ; omens from, Jamaica, 72, Rome, 317 ; temple to, Romans, 270 ; wheel or orb of Fortuna, Italy, 284 ; worship asso- ciated with phallicism, 477

Sundials, Trelleck, 1 64-5

Sunrise : water magic properties before New Year, Morocco, 41

Siis country ; (see also Aglu ; and Tazerwalt) ; Berber tribes, 27, 30; midsummer customs, 30, 32, 37

Sussex: folk-songs, 127

Sutherlandshire : game, 90

Swallow : omen from, Jamaica, 75

Swearing, see Imprecations ; and Oaths

Sweden : Yule, 367

Sweeping house at night unlucky, Jamaica, 69

Sweet maudlin as moonfiower, 146

Swinging rites, 461-2

Swings : name in Gaelic, 86 ; sayings while swinging, Hebrides, 86

Swiss Charm, A, by Miss L. E. Broad- wood, 465-7

Switzerland : (see also Berne ; a7id Valais) ; Schweizerisches Archiv fiir Volkskiinde reviewed, 491-3

Sword : in cimaruta amulet, Naples, 146

Taboos : 475 ; Congo, 380, 390-406 ;

Hottentots, 355 ; Madagascar,

227-31 Tabou et Toiimisifte h Madagascar:

£tude descriptive et thiorique, by

A. van Gennep, reviewed, 226-33

Tages, supernatural being, Etrus- cans, 296

Tahiti : folktale, 488

Talk o' th' Hill : maypole rite, 462

Tar : in charm against snakes, Mor- occo, 33

Tarquin, King, see King Tarquin

Tasmania: origin of aborigines, lOl

Tatara, abode of evil being, Aranda tribe (Aus.), 430

Tatra mountains, see Gorale

Tazerwalt : midsummer fires, 30, and bathing, 32

Teeth : in dreams, Jamaica, 76 ; omen from, Jamaica, 71

Telepathy, 481

Tembe form of habitation, E. Africa,

237

Tenos : folktale, 24

Tent : burnt. Midsummer, Morocco, 31 ; ceremony at pitching, Mor- occo, 39-40 ; sprinkled. New Year, Morocco, 41

Terentia gens, coins of, 302

Tetuan : Rif Berbers, 27

Theseus legend, survivals of, Pelo- ponnesus, 23-4

Thetis, modern version of tale of, Crete, 21-2

Thistle : as charm against evil eye, Morocco, 36

Thomas, N. W. : Group Marriage, 99 ; Note on Mrs. Wherry's The Dancing-Tower Processionsof Italy, 257"9 ; The Religious Ideas of the Arunta, 242, 428-33 ; reviews by, — Jotirnal of American Folklore, vol. xvii, 368 ; Hollis's The Masai, Their Language and Folk- Loi-e, 2T,ii,- 8 ; Stow's The Native A' aces of South Africa, 353-8 ; publications of con- tinental Folk-Lore Societies, 491-3; Dorsey's Traditions of the Skidi Paiunee, 116-8; Blyden's West Africa before Furope, and Other Addresses, 495-6

Thomas, T. H., A Fisher-Story and Other Notes from South Wales, 337-40

Thor, sacrifice to, Iceland, 359

Thorsness, Iceland : sacrifice to Thor,

359 Thrace, see Ileraclea Thrashing-floor : sprinl<led with magic

water, Morocco, 41 Three : dead rise on 3rd night,

Jamaica, 70 ; eyes of Cyclops,