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Index.

Ammonites in folklore, 7

Amor7g the Indians of the Paraguayan

Chaco : A S lory of Missionary Work

in South Af)ierica, by W. B. Grubb,

reviewed, 122-4 Amulets and talismans, 2-3, 7, 257,

268, 319, 325, 454-71 {plates), 483

(plate) Anbechtach Glas, 34 Ancestors : animals as, Australia, 492 ;

churinga associated with, Australia,

490-1 ; reborn, Australia, 21 Andalusia: {see also C2iAiz ; Granada;

and Seville) ; amulet against evil

eye, 456 (plate) Andaman islands : Mincopies grouped

with Zambales Negritos, 120 Andrews, J. B. ; review by, — Recueil

de Memoires et de Textes publics en

r kontieur du XIV Congres des

Orientalistes, 505-7 Anglo-Saxons : root cognate to Nuada,

47

Angus, father of King Lughaid Menn,

170 Animals in folklore : (see also Badger ;

Basilisk; Bear; Birds in folklore;

Buffalo ; Cat ; Cattle ; Crustacea in

folklore ; Deer ; Dog ; Donkey ;

Dragon ; Duiker ; Elephant ; Fish

in folklore ; Fossils in folklore ;

Fox ; Gazelle ; Goat ; Hare ; Horse ;

Hyrena ; Insects in folklore ; Jerboa ;

Lion ; Mouse ; Mule ; Pig ; Rep- tiles in folklore ; Seal ; Sheep ;

Shellfish in folklore ; Stag; Walrus;

Wer-beasts ; Whale ; and Wolf) ;

as ancestors, Australia, 492 ; in

folktales, 504, India, 503 Animism : Clodd's Ani>?iisf?i : the

Seed of Religion, reviewed, 254-5;

preanimistic religion, 127-8 Anito, spirit, Philippines, 122 Anna, sister of King Arthur, 51, 55,59 Annual meeting, 4-5 : Report of

Council, 6-9, 230 Ant : earth from nests on floor of huts,

Amazulu, 480, Manyika, 485-6 Anthrax, cures for, Bantu, 249 Anthropos : Internationale Zcitschrift

fiir Volker-Sprachefikunde, re- viewed, 256 Antrim : (see also Emain Macha ; and

Lisnabilla) ; amulets and charms, 7 Aonghus of the Brugh, 437, 440-1 Aphrodite : related to Adonis, 442 ;

swine of, Hierapolis, 396

Apollo Grannus, 441

Apple : borne by oak of Mugna, Ire- land, 61 ; connected with Avallach, king of Otherworld, 308, Diana Nemorensis, 446, and Nuada, 58 ; crab-apple food of Manannan, 143 ; in folktales, Ireland, 148. 151-4, 156, 158, 160, 164, 169-70, 310, 333, 337, 431, 435, 444, and Scotland, 430-1 ; in nursery rhyme, England, 56 ; snap-apple night, Ireland, 58, 320 ; as symbol of sun, Celts, 159^ 164 ; as votive offering, Nemi, 445-6 ; in " wassail box," York- shire, 349

Applecross (Ross) : bulls sacrificed, Aug. 25, 333 ; connected with St Maree, 333

Apple-tree : blossoming at Christmas, 311 ; connected with Avallach, king of Otherworld, 308-9, and St. Columcille, 328 ; of Emain, 337 ; Emhain of the Apple-trees, Manan- nan's palace, 143-5, ^57' 3°8i 3^8 ^ as equivalent of oak, Europe, 57-S, I59> 310 j ill folktales, Ireland, 144-5, 149, 151, 154-6, 158, 169, 1 70- 1, 328, 431, 445; in nursery rhyme, England, 56 ; of Paradise, Cornwall, 56-7 ; sacred tree, Nemi,

445 April, see May Eve Apurcrossan, see Applecross Arabian Nights, tales from, 191-2, 502 Aragon, see Saragossa Archangel Raphael : figure as votive

offering, Spain, 472 Archery, see Arrows Ardbraccan : tree of Tortu, 65-6 Ardrishaig : game, 96-7 Argyllshire : (see also Ardrishaig ;

Campbeltown ; Cowal ; Kintyre ;

Lochgilphead; Lome; aWOban);

Additions to "The Games of

Argyleshire," by R. C. Maclagan,

93-106, 210-29; folktales, 316-7,

347,429-31 Aricia, see Nemi, wood of Arizona, see Moqui Indians ; a7td

Oraibi Arms, human : figures as votive

offerings, Spain, 471 Arran : game, 103 Arrows : flint arrowheads as charms,

Antrim, 7, Leitrim, 202 Artemis : sacred cattle, Phocis, 396 Arthur and Gorlagon, tale of, 316