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Index.

Echtach mac Edarlamh, father of

Nuada, 32 Edda, Snorri's, 405-6 Edenhall : luck cup, 173 Edern, son of Nudd, 35 Edessa : Dioscuri, 497 ; inscription,

495, 497 Edgewell oak, 322 Edinburgh : descent of St Kentigern,

330 Edinburghshire, see Dalhousie Castle ;

Dalkeith ; and Edinburgh Egg : Easter eggs, Huculs, 7 Egil's saga, 400-2, 407-8, 412-3,

421-3

Egla saga, 388, 411, 416-7

Egypt : {see also Assuan ; Cairo ; Helwan ; Luxor ; Nile ; Nubia ; Qasr es-Sayyad ; and Qubbet el Hawa) ; ancient religion, 14, 506-7 ; folktale, 506 ; soul-bird, 134 ; tree worship, 199

Einherjar, Odin's host, 409

Elephant : in jataka story, 499-500

Elf-doctors, see Wizards

Elginshire, see Urquhart

Eliwlod, son of Madog, 313

Ell : to measure cow to detect elf- shooting, N.W. Ireland, 203-4

Elm-tree : Howth Castle, 173

Elton, O : review by, — Chambers' The Mediaeval Stage, 379-84

Elves, see Fairies

Elysium, see Hades

Emain Macha : contest for champion- ship, 335 ; Royal House, 160, 168, 337 ; taboos on Cuchulain, 336

Emer, wife of Cuchulainn, 150, 338

Emhain of the Apple-trees, Man- annan's palace, 143-5, ^57' 3°^' 3^8

Emu : Arunta deity with feet of,

134-5 England : [see also iinder names of counties') ; crown, 315; string tricks,

352-73

Entada : seed as amulet, Spain, 467 {plate)

Entraigues : hunting of wren, Christ- mas Eve, 270

Eochaid, son of Lughaid Menn, 170

Eochaid Airem, King, see King Eochaid Airem

Eochaid Juil, 149

Eochu, gift of apple by, 151

Eogan Taidlech, the Splendid, 39-40

Eohy the druid, 70

Epilepsy, treatment of, Bantu, 250

Erin, see Ireland

Erinyes, The, back-footed, 131, 137-8

Errol : vital sympathy of man and

tree, 317-9 Escalibor, Gawain's sword, 343 Essequibo Indians : twins, beliefs

about, 494 Estcourt (Natal), see Amampumuza

tribe Esthonia : driving out the devil, 263 ;

kids &c. thrown on roof, 281 Etain, daughter of Eochaid, 167 Etain, wife of Eochaid, 67, 153, 167 Eterscel, King, see King Eterscel Ethelwulf, King, see King Ethelwulf Euahlayi tribe : Euahlayi Tribe, The : a Study of Aboriginal Life in Australia, by K. Langloh Parker, reviewed, 11 5-9, 291 ; naming of children, 245 ; reincarnation beliefs, 241-2 European Sky-God. The : The Celts, IV-VII, by A. B. Cook, i, 27-71, 141-73, 308-48, 427-53 Evil eye : amulets and charms against, Scotland, 7, Spain and Italy, 455- 64, 466-7, 470, {plates) ; strikes fish if fisher watched, Cairo, 198 Evil spirits, see Demons and evil

spirits Ewe tribes : songs and music, 256 Ewen the Great, 313 Exhibits at meetings, 1-3, 7-8, 257,

385

Exogamy: Australia, 21, no, 242-3, 291-2, 295 ; relatively primitive, 17, 22

Exorcism : of spirit in new hut, S. America, 266-8

Ex votes, see Votive offerings

Eyes : amulets for eye troubles, Italy, 465 ; amulets in form of, Italy and Spain, 462-3 {plate) ; cure for dis- eases of, Cairo, 198; figure as votive offering, Spain, 471

Eyrbyggja saga, 388, 396-7, 403-4, 411, 414, 419-20, 422

Fables, see Beast fables

Fairies: back-footed, India, 136; charmed mistletoe protects from, Perthshire, 319; The Cure of Elf- Shooting in the North-West of Ireland, by Rev. J. Meehan, 130, 200-10; dance under female oak, Monmouthshire, 54 ; flint arrows shot at milch-cows, Leitrim, 202 ;