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Index.

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Hercules : Maui, parallel of, New Zealand, 133

Heremon, King, see King Heremon

Hermes, in struggle of Zeus and Typhon, 28-9

Hero cults, Iceland, 397, 405

Hierapolis : swine of Aphrodite, 396

Highlands : {see also under names of counties') : folktale, 163 ; wrestling, 214-6

Hildburgh, W. L. : exhibits, 257 ; Notes on Spanish Amulets, 454-72 {plates)

Hill Deverill ; omen from ash-trees, Manor Farm, 322

Hinchoge, meaning of, 62

Hind, see Deer

Hinds, Rev. J., Tree Worship in China, 190 {plate)

Hindu folklore, see India

Hodgson, Miss M. L., exhibits by, 7

Hod the god, 390

Hoeni, the god, 3S9

Hoensa-thori's saga, 389, 405, 413, 422, 426

Holgi, King, see King Holgi

Hog, see Pig

Holland : {see also Wambeck) ; amu- let, 462 ; cat thrown out of gates, Kirmess, 270

Holly : berry in story of Diarmuid and Grainne, 438 ; in story of Gawain, 341, 427 ; use in oath. Forest of Dean, 54, 341

Holm oak, sec Ilex

Hoopoe : valued, 285

Hopi Indians, see Moqui Indians

Hornet : as local nickname, Palestine, 22

Horns : as amulets, Spain, 455-64, 471-2 {plates)

Horse : badger skin in neck strap, Spain, 461 ; blood sprinkled on temple and people, Scandinavia, 420 ; crescent amulet, Spain and Italy, 457 ; devoted to Frey, 396 ; eating horseflesh test of paganism, Iceland, 419-20 ; figure as votive offering, Spain, 471 {plate) ; of Gawain, 343 ; green, m folktales, 338 ; magic, of Kraljevich Marko, 113, and of Manannan, 141-2 ; of Malaen, in proverb, Wales, 49; origin of first breed of, 15 ; Poseidon Hippios, 15; white, in tale of Oisin, 147-8

Horse-fighting : Iceland, 420

Horsemen, amulets for, Spain &c.,

469 {plate) Horses' heads on gables, 268 Houses : new, tenanted by evil spirit,

Africa &c., 265-7 Howe, burial in, see Death and

funeral customs and beliefs Howitt, A. W. , The Native Tribes of

South-East Australia, 107-110, 174-

89, 288-93, 294-307 Howth Castle: elm tree, 173 Hrafnkel FreysgoSi's saga, 392, 394,

396 Huculs : custom on seeing first snake,

278 ; exhibits, 7 Hugh, son of Duach Dubh, 69 Human bones, see Bones, human Hunchback, as amulet, Italy and

Spain, 464 {plate) Hungary : {see also Huculs ; and

Magyars) ; harvest custom, 276 Hunting : Airi the demon huntsman,

India, 136 ; huntsman's festival,

Romans, 446; Lapp god, 134-5, 140 Hunting of wren, see Wren Huntingdonshire, see St. Neot's Huntingfield : hall built round oaks,

172-3 Hyajna : in beast fable, Cairo, 196 Hy-Fiachrach, see Moy Hywel Dda, Laws of, 309-10

Ibar Cinn Tracta, in Cuchulainn Saga,

150 Ibor, brother of Emer, 338 ; guardian

of Lug, 338 Iceland : {see also Thorsness) ; Custom

and Belief in the Icelandic Sagas,

by Miss L. W. F"araday, 386-

426 ; root cognate to Nuada, 47 ;

sagas &c., 13 Idun the goddess, 390 Ilex : holly oak, 54 lUyria, see Pojk Imamba snake, see Snake Impendhle, see Amafunze tribe ; and

Inadi tribe Inadi tribe : {see also Amampumuza

tribe); dances, 474, 477 {plates);

marriage customs, 472-9 {plates) Inchkeith : apple-tree of St Serf, 328 Inchmaree : holy oak and well of St

Maree, 331-2 India : {see also Ajanta ; Anda- man islands ; Assam ; Delhi ;

Kashmir ; Khonds ; Lucknow ;

Mhars ; Rajputana ; and Sikhs) ;

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