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Index.

533

Tutelary gods : name kept secret,

Rome, 298-9 Twanyirika : spirit, Amnta tribe, 106,

222-3, 428 ; taught circumcision,

Aranda tribe, 430 Twins : children of sky, Ba-Ronga,

300 ; represent two-fold sky-god,

300 Two: dual kingship, Italy, 300- 1 ;

headed or faced Janus and Jupiter,

276, 278-9

Ubaldo, St., see?,i. Ubaldo

Uist: counting-out rhjTne, 208; dance, 208 ; games, 85, 87-8, 94, 96, 192, j 343, 348; lullabies, 452, 458; | rhymes, 343 ; saying while swing- | ing, 86

Ukraine : cosmogony, 51

Ulad Bu Aziz tribe, Morocco : mid- summer fires, 29

Ulster : {see also Antrim ; Cuchulainn sagas ; and Down) ; corn baby, 129-30, 185-6

Ulthaana, sky being, Australia, 428,

431 Umbrella: omens from, Jamaica, 71-2 Umbria, see Gubbio ; Iguvium ; and

Sabines Underground deities, see Chthonian

deities Underground people : Aranda tribe

(Aus. ), 430; Monmouthshire, 63-4 Underworld, see Hades United States of North America : {sec

also Louisiana ; Musquakie Indians ;

Oregon ; and Pawnee Indians) ;

folktales, 368 ; negro folklore, 368 Unleavened bread, see Bread Urabunna tribe : relation to Arunta

tribe, 432, 473 Urbisaglia : the triple Jupiter, 275 Urbura, giant, Aranda tribe, 430

Valais, Canton de, see Morgins, Val de Valentia, forbidden name of Rome, 298 Valerian : in midsummer divination,

Monmouthshire, 65 Vampires: Greeks, 21 Vediovis, deity, Italy, 273, 275, 280,

3" Vegetables in folklore, see Fruit and

vegetables in folklore Vegetation souls, see Corn spirits,

vegetation souls, and the like Venetia, see Albano ; Anguillara ;

Verona ; and Vicenza

Venus : {see also Aphrodite) ; Julius

Caesar claims descent from, 309 ;

myrtle associated with, 279 Verbena, see Vervain Verona: relief at, 319 Vervain : gives birds keen sight, 145 ;.

represented with snakes in herbals,

150; Virbius perhaps associated

with, Italy, 291 Vespasian, emperor : thunderbolt on

coins, 313 Vesta, temple of, 316 Vestal virgins, duties of, Rome, 326-7 Vestmannaeyjar, see Westman Isles Veterinary leechcraft, by E. Lovett,

F. Barry, and F. N. Webb, 334-7 Vettia gens : coin, 318 Vica Pota, goddess, Italy, 263 Vicenza : rua or dancing tower, 244-5

{plate), 258 Vice-Presidents, election of, 4 Vienna : Mitteilungen der Anthropolo-

gischen Gesellschaft in Wien re- viewed, 491-3 ; Roman cameo, 312,

and inscription, 270 Villiers, Miss E., Mock Burial, 225 Vine : origin of, Bceotia, 24-5 Violet : Easter eggs, Huculs, 54 Vipers, see Snakes

Virbius, Diana's favourite, 290-1, 293 Virbius river, 290 Virgin Mary, The : in festival of " La

Vara," Messina, 249 ; Hucul belief,

51 ; patroness of Messina, 248 Virvinus spring, 290 Viterbo : " macchina triomphale" or

cero, 245-7 Volcano : as abode of dead, Shortland

islands, 1 15 Volkskundliche Zeifschrifteschau fur

igoj, by A. Strack, reviewed,

491-2 Volksleben der Netigriechen und das

Hellenische Alterthnm, by B.

Schmidt, 18-20 Vomiting, charms against, Jamaica,

77 Vortigern, King, see King Vortigern Votive offerings : Greek, 20, 480 ;

Jew, 480; Romans, 319, 480;

Votive Weihegaben des Katkolischen

Volks in Siiddeiitschland, by R.

Andree, reviewed, 480-3 Vourkolakas. the vampire, Greeks, 21 Vulcan, temple of: Romulus cut to

pieces in, 324 Vulci : inscription on bowl, 283