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Index.

519

Cawdor Castle : hawthorn, 172-3 Celebes : lycanthropy, 262 Celtchair, champion of Ulster, 70 Celts: early institutions, 51 1; lin- guistic divisions, 27 ; sky-god, 27-

71, 141-73 Central America : calendar systems

&c., 13 Ceres, statuette of, Lydney Park, 40 Ceri of Gubbio, The, by H. M.

Bower, 9 Cesair, granddaughter of Noah, 154 Champ d'loux : wren freed annually,

270 Changelings : change prevented by charmed mistletoe, Perthshire, 319 Charms and spells : {see also Amulets and talismans) ;

against — backache, 278 ; barren- ness, Amazulu, 483 ; cattle ailments, Ireland, 7, 30 ; dis- eases, Amazulu, 483, Philip- pines, 122; epilepsy, Bantu, 250; freckles, Germany &c., 278-9 ; evil eye, Beauly, 7 ; fairies, Perthshire, 319 ; mumps, Bantu, 250; witchcraft, Perth- shire, 319 ; churingas as love charms, Aus- tralia, 491 ; to find swarm of bees, 278; toguardin battle, Perthshire, 319; to obtain rain, Grosselfingen, 272; weatherspells, Iceland, 424-5 Charnwood Poorest : [see also Bradgate Hall) ; oaks in sympathy with Lady Jane Grey, 323 Chase, J. Smeaton : exhibits by, i, 7,

72-3 (plate) Chatillon - sur - Seine : ' bachelette '

custom. Good Friday, 280 Chepara tribe : marital terms and

organisation, 179, 181, 185 Chepstow, see Lydney Park Cherokee Indians : annual festival of

purification, 262

Chestnut, wild : as amulet, Spain,

464 [plate) ; seeds used as amulets

so named, Spain, 467 (plate)

Chicha, UnitedStatesof Columbia, 481

Chicome coatl, maizp goddess,

Mexico, 127 Childbirth customs and beliefs, see

Birth customs and beliefs Childermas, see Innocents' Day Childhood of Fiction, The, by J. A.

MacCuUoch, reviewed, 503-5 China : (see also Yung-Ping-Fu) ;

charms, 7 ; hand impressions instead of seals, 113 ; hairdressing, 256 ; tree worship, 190 (plate) Chippewa Indians : string trick, 366 Chirionossos, South Amer. tribe, 135-6 Christmas Day : Cadenham &c. oaks budded. New Forest, 311; Glas- tonbury cornel or hawthorn budded,

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Christmas Eve : in Arthurian saga, 339 ; cat buried in cornfield &c., Bohemia, 277 ; wren hunted, Entraigues, 270

Christmastide : (see also Christmas Day ; and Christmas Eve) ; apple- trees blossoming at, 31 1; blood sprinkled at Yule feast, Scandinavia, 414 ; expulsion ceremonies, S. Germany &c., 262-3; Glastonbury walnut in leaf, 31 1

Chthonian deities, 31-2, 55, 59, 277, 397> 399-400, 409

Churels, demons, India, 136

Churingas : associated with ancestors, Arunta tribe, 238-41 ; bull-roarers, connected with reincarnation beliefs, Australia, 490

Ciaban, tale of, 338

Cilicia, see Corycus

Cimaruta, the, 7

Circumcision : not amongst Manyika, 486

Clann McLachlann : badge the rowan tree, 453

Clapham : string trick, 367-8

Clare, see Magh-adhar

Claudas de la Decerte, in Arthurian sagas, 231

Clenor : sacred ash, 64

Cliodna of the Fair Hair, 154-5

Clodd, E. : Crystal- Gazing, 373-4 ; his views on crystal-gazing dis- cussed, 231-3

Cloonnafunchin, meaning of, 62

Clyde river, in miracle of St Kenti- gern, 329

Cock : basilisk egg thrown over roof, 281 ; cockthrowing ceremonies, 274-5, 279, 282 ; figured on wed- ding cakes, Great Russia, 282 ; with five toes keeps off afrits, Cairo, 198 ; head thrown on roof, Jan. 13, Russia, 281 ; in marriage customs, 281-3 ; sacrificed, eve of Day of Atonement, Jews, 275-6, 281 ; valued, 285 ; white, given to virtuous bride, E. France, 283