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Index.

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Germany : {see also Bavaria ; Branden- burg ; Lithuania ; Lusatia ; Mark ; and Westphalia) ; cat's cradle, 83, 92 ; devil outwitted type of folk- tales, 253 ; folklore publications, 14 ; lady's mantle as wound-herb, 208-9 ; marriage customs, 280-3 » north, charm against freckles, 278-9 ; roots cognate to Nuada, 47 ; south, klopfleinsnacht, 262

Gessa or taboos, see Taboos

Ghosts : in animal shape, Iceland, 412 ; ceremony of expulsion. Bar- won, 261, S. Australia, 264; dreaded, but not always malignant, Iceland, 41 1 ; in Icelandic sagas, 397) 405) 41 1-2; laying, Iceland, 411 ; reincarnated, Iceland, 41 1-2; spooks with birds' feet, England,

507 Gippsland, see Kurnai tribe Gipsies : amulets, Spain, 457, 466,

470-1 [plates) ; string trick, 362-3 Gisla saga, 389, 393-4,^410, 416, 423,

425

Gisli Sursson's saga, 393, 402

Glais, ancestor of Scottish kings, 34

Glamorgan, see Llandaff

Glasgow : arms, 329

Glastonbury : apple tree at, 309 ; coffin of King Arthur, 321 ; found- ing, legend of, 309 ; identified with Avallon, 308 ; legend of St Neot, 44 ; mistletoe common, 321 ; names of, 310-1 ; oaks at, 310-1 ; sacred trees at, 309- 1 1 ; Tor as Otherworld, 308

Gleann Dealgain : Finn's leap, May Day, 434

Gloucestershire : {see also Bristol ; Forest of Dean ; and Lydney Park); Nodons as river god, 50; Roman inscriptions, 38

Gnanji tribe : conception beliefs, 18-9 ; totemism, 18-9

Goat : kid in huntsman's festival, Romans, 446 ; kid thrown on roof, Esthonia, 281 ; legs of Pan &c., 133 ; in marriage customs, Bul- garia, 283 ; sacrificed, Aniazulu, 483-4, Germany, 276, Manyika, 487 ; sinews for sewing, Zulus, 484 ; shape-shifting into, Iceland, 422 ; skin in magic for mist, Iceland, 425, and wrapped round baby, Bantu, 250 ; white, given by bride to older sister, Vosges, 283

Gods, seeYi&viy, conceptions of ; and under names of gods, suck as Poseidon

Gold : apple, in folktales, 158, 160, 31O' 333 ; ill fine for insult to a king, Wales, 309-10; tree, in folk- tales, Ireland, 158; utensils, in folktales, Ireland, 158, 168, 335

Golden bough, The, 156-7, 348, 447

Goll, son of Dalbh, 150

Goll, son of Morna, 430

Golowain, game of, 507

Gomme, G. L. , Translations of Folk- lore Publications, 230

Good Friday : ' bachelette ' custom, Chatillon-sur-Seine, 280

Goose : in charm against freckles, N. Germany, 278-9 ; earth-dwarfs with feet of, Germany, 134 ; in magic, Iceland, 424 ; in marriage cus- toms, 281, 283

Gosling, see Goose

Gothic congener of Nuada, 47

Gower : prison of Manawyddan, 142

Gowrie : legend of Hays of Errol,

317-9 Grain, see Corn Grainne and Diarmuid, 436-44, 448,

Gramoflanz, King, see King Gramo- flanz

Granada: amulets, 456-7,460-1,463, 465-7, 471 {plates); gipsy colony, Albaicin Hill, 470 ; votive offer- ings, 472 {plate)

Granard in Cairbre, 64

Graves : fire lighted near, Australia, 261 ; slept upon, N.S. Wales, 261 ; trees springing from, Indian folk- tale, 503

Great Russia : marriage customs, 282

Greek folklore : {see also Attica ; Greek islands ; Megaris ; Mycenee ; Phocis ; Sicyonia ; and under na?nes of deities) ; games, 274 ; Harpies and Sirens, 1 34-7 ; kings per- sonated Zeus and associated with oak, 32, 52-3 ; missel-thrush, name of, 447 ; scapegoats, 265

Greek islands, see Cos ; Crete ; and Delos

Green : in Arthurian sagas, 338-41, 347 ; in Irish folktales, 338, 347,

431 Greenland : burial custom, 408 ; in

Icelandic saga, 391 Gretti's saga, 411