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Index.

505 ; Robin Hood ballads, 383-4 ; Slovene, 252; Yorkshire, 350-1 Folktales ; {see also under various types, such as Devil outwitted type of folktales) ; Algeria, 506 ; Aus- tralia, 115, 117, 492-3 ; Brazil, 256; British Columbia, 133 ; Egypt, 191-6, 506; England, 338-40; Germany, 134, 253 ; Iceland, 385- 426; India, 501-3; Ireland, 32, 143-58, 169, 172, 316, 334-5, 342-3,

347, 428-30, 434-5, 436-43. 448-51 ;

Jataka, 13-4, 498-501 ; Kabylia, 506; Kashmir, 133; Koranas, 253; MacCulloch's Ihe Childhood of Fiction reviewed, 503-5; Magyar, 133 ; Maori, 133 ; Scotland, 163, 316-7, 347, 429-31 ; Wales, 48-50, 309,311-2,316 Fomore, Nuada's wars with, 28 Forbidden door type of folktale, 502 Forest of Dean: holly, 54, 341 ; oak- trees, 53-4 Fortuna, in temple of Nodons, Lydney

Park, 40 Fossils in folklore, 7 Fowls : {see also Cock ; attd Hen) ; cooked with cat for newly married. La Creuse, 283 ; sacrificed, death feast, Manyika, 487 Fox : in beast fable, Cairo, 196 France : {see also Berry ; Bretagne ; Cote d'Or ; Gauls ; Indre ; La Creuse ; Languedoc ; Limousin ; Loire Inferieure ; Nivernais ; Nord ; Normandy ; Poitou ; Provence ; Vaucluse ; and Vosges) ; amulet for horsemen, 469 ; cat's cradle, 92 ; east, white cock given to virtuous bride, 283 ; king of France in game, Argyllshire, loi ; kings com- municate in both kinds at corona- tion, 375 ; local nicknames, 22 ; swallow caged unlucky, but freed lucky, 271 Frazer, J. G. : his theory of totemism

discussed, 16-26 Freckles, charms against, 278-9 Fresen, in Irish folktale, 153, 155 Frey: agricultureand arms, god of, 389, 409 ; ancestor-king, 408 ; animals devoted to, 396 ; buried in mound, 409 ; oath by, Icelandic sagas, 392-3 ; sacrifices to, 389, 416, 418 Freyja : agricultural deity, 389 ; not named in Icelandic sagas, 395, 426 ; toasted. Yule feast, Scandinavia, 417

Friday : {see also Good Friday) ; morning unlucky to begin or end work, Cairo, 197

Frigg : goddess, 389 ; not named in Icelandic sagas, 395, 426 ; Saxo's attack on, 395

Friuch the swineherd, 166

Frog : as local nickname, 22

Fruit and vegetables in folklore : {see also Acorn ; Apple ; Corn ; Heath- fruit ; Lemon ; Nuts ; Orange ; Plum ; and Sloe) ; acron, Wales, 57 ; ' means of living ' denotes orchard fruits, Croatians, 57

Fruit-trees : {see also Apple-tree) ; cat buried under, Christmas Eve, Bohemia, 277 ; cultivation in Europe, 57

Fuda island : exhibit, 7

Fulbourn : cat's cradle, 82-3, 85

Funcheon river, meaning of, 62

Funshin, meaning of, 62

Funshinagh, meaning of, 62

Funshog, or Funshoge, meaning of> 62

Furze : standard of Fianna, 433

Future life, beliefs about, see Death and funeral customs and beliefs

Fylgja, nameless deities, Iceland, 398-400

Gables, carvings on, 268

Gaels : children of tree deity, 60

Gairloch : bulls sacrificed &c. , St

Maree's Day, 333 Gal-Greine, standard of Finn Mac-

Cumall, 433 Gall bladder of sacrifice worn, Ama-

zulu, 483 {plate) Gall of sacrifice drunk and sprinkled

on body, Amazulu, 483 Galloway : in Arthurian sagas, 348 Games : blind man's buff, 274-5 > England, 73-93, 507; Flanders, 83 ; Germany, 83, 92 ; golowain, 507 ; Greek, 274 ; Korea, 82-5, 93 ; Philippines, 121; Scotland, 93-106, 210-29 ; Wales, 275 Garuda the bird king, Jatakas, 500 Gaular : autumn and summer sacri- fices, 416-7 Gauls : cutting mistletoe, 33-4 Gawain, nephew of King Arthur,

338-48, 427 Gazelle : as local nickname, Pales- tine, 22 Gefjon, ocean goddess, 389-90