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INDEX.

Abadhites, Moslem sect, 507

Aberdeenshire : game, 218-9

Aberdovey : legend, 50

Abii-Nowas, vizier of Harun-er- Rashid, in folktale, 191-2

Accounts cfFolk-Lore Society, 10- 1

Acorn : in British crown, 315 ; crown of acorns, Ireland, 168; ' means of living,' S. Slavonians, 57 ; in sword of state, Scotland, 315

Acts of Judas Thomas, 497

Additions to " The Games of Argyle- shire," by R. C. Maclagan, 93-106, 210-29

Adonis : Diarmuid compared to, 442 ; related to Aphrodite, 442

Adoption: Paraguay, 124

Aed Slane, sons of, 61, 64-5, 68

Aedh, son of Aedh na Nabusach, gifts from, 170

^gipan, in struggle of Zeus and Typhon, 28-9

^neas : directed by pigeons to golden bough, 447 ; finds sow on Alban Mount, 311

Aengus the champion, 70

^schylus on crystal-gazing, 232-3, 374

Aeta tribe, 120

Afreet, Egyptian : kept off by five- toed cock, 198

Africa : (see also Algeria ; Amazulu ; Bantu ; British Central Africa; Bush- men; Dahomey; Egypt; Ewe tribes; Kabylia ; Kamerun ; Koranas ; Libya; Masai; Mashonaland; Natal; Pokomo river ; Rhodesia ; Trans- vaal ; a«(z' Tunis) ; east, string trick, 357-8, 364 ; new house tenanted by evil spirit, 265 ; north, papers published for Oriental Congress, 505-7 ; sacrifice in new house, 268 ; scapegoats rare, 265 ; south, twins, beliefs about, 494 ; Travel Notes in South Africa, by E. S. ilartland, 385, 472-87 {plates) ; west, owl messenger of wizard, 264, twins, beliefs about, 494

Afrit, see Afreet

Agnation or father-right : Australia, 19-20, 236-8, 489 ; Manyika, 487 ; origin of, 19

Agnus Dei wax as amulet, Spain, 470

{plate) Agricultural folklore : {see also Corn ; Corn spirits, vegetation souls, and the like ; Harvest customs and beliefs ; Maize ; Millet ; Ploughing customs and beliefs ; and Sowing customs and beliefs) ; Njord, Frey, and Freyja agricultural deities, 389 Ahriman origin of crystal-gazing, 232 Aihll, King, see King AiliU Ailill Oil-chain, 34 Allien, son of Midhna, 429-30 Airi, demon huntsman, India, 136 Ajanta caves : jataka represented in,

499-500 Alba : Domhnall the sorceress, 138 Albain, king Dathi of, 164 Albania, see Pilitor ; afid Skodra Alban Mount : finding of sow by

^neas, 311 Alchemilla vulgaris, see Lady's Mantle Alcheringa of Australian tribes, 491,

493

Alexander, King, see King Alexander

Alfred, King, see King Alfred

Algeria : folktale, 506

Ali, husband of Fatimah, slayers of, 507

All-Father belief, see Deity, concep- tions of

Allhallow Even, see Hallow Eve

Alligator : tooth on bangle, Spain, 468

Almhain, battle of, 34

Almu (Leinster) : palace of Nuada the druid, 33

Alnaschar type of folktale, 502

Altjira iliinka, god of Arunta, 134-5

Amafunze tribe : dances, 473 ; loca- tion, 473

Amampumuza tribe : dances, 474 {plate) ; kraal, 479-84 ; offshoot of Inadi tribe, 473

Amathonga, see Shangaan tribe

Amazulu : kraals, 479-84 ; marriage customs, 472-9 {plates)

Amber amulets for aiding teething, Spain &c., 464-5

America, see Central America ; North America ; and South America

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