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Index,

Lough Swilly : Grianan Aileach tumu- lus, 32 Louth (Leices.) : derivation of name,

Love charms, Australia, 491

Lovett, E. : exhibits by, 7 ; The Folk- lore of Dolls, I, 129

Lower Finow : birds caught, carried, and freed, Ascension Day, 271

Lower Tugela river : witch doctor's kit, 385

Luachar Deghadh : annual leap by Finn MacCumall, 433-4

Luchtaine the carpenter, 58

Luck cups, 172-3

Lucknow : string game, 88

Lucky and unlucky days and deeds : animals, 285 : Bantu, 249 ; Corn- wall, 281 ; Eg>-pt, 196-8 ; France, 271 ; Ireland, 203 ; Perthshire, 319

Lud as river god, Leicestershire, 50

Ludborough : derivation of name, 50

Ludford : derivation of name, 50

Ludgate, burial place of King Lud,

51 Lud, King, see King Lud ; and Lludd

Llawereint Ludney : derivation of name, 50 Lud river, Leicestershire, 50 Lug, slayer of Balar, 58, 165 Lug the sun god, 141, 158, 162-5,

312, 338, 343 ^ Lugaid Laigde, King, see King Lugaid

Laigde Lugaid, name of five brothers, 342 Lughadh Lis, see Tara Lughaid Menn, King, see King

I^ughaid Menn Lugnassad, Celtic festival, 44, 162 Luibnech : deer eaten by Irish king,

162 Lunacy, cures for, see Medical folklore Lunar crescents, see Moon Lunatics, as priests of St Maree,

333

Luncarty, battle of, 317-9

Lusatia, see Wends

Luxor ; shadufs and shaduf songs, 198-9

Luzon island : {see also Zambales) ; Reed's The Negritos of Zambales reviewed, 120-2

Lycanthropy, see Wer-beasts

Lycia : " Harpy tomb," 134-6, 140

Lydney Park : name of, 48 ; oak- trees, 53-4 ; Roman temple and villa, 38, 54

Mabinogion, The, 48-9, 309, 31 1-2 Macedonia : footprints of magic horse,

"3 . Mac Firbis, poem by, 34 Macharanga tribe, see Manyika tribe Maclagan, R. C, Additions to "The

Games of Argyleshire," 93-106,

210-29 ; exhibit by, 7 Mac Nowd family, descent of, 34 Madmen, see Lunatics Madness, cures for, see Medical folk- lore Madrid : amulets, 456, 458-62, 465-7,

469-70 {plates) Mael-Duin, the voyage of, 155-6,

158-9, 163, 169, 333, 431, 444 Maelrubha, see 8t Maree Magh-adhar : the bile of the O'Briens,

171-2 Magh Archomnim, in story of Connla,

147

Magh Mell, in Irish tales, 146, 149-50

Magi, The : on amulet, Spain, 469 {plate)

Magic : {see also Amulets and talis- mans ; Charms and spells ; and Shape-shifting); Iceland, 421, 423-6; magician natural enemy of priest, 377-8; Mauss' L' Origine des Pou- voirs Magiques da?ts les Sociites Aiistraliennes reviewed, 125-6; at root of all culture, 126-8 ; sorcerer's implements, Tibet, 3

Magri. Rev. E., exhibit by, 7

Mag-Tured, battles of, 28-9, 47

Magyars: folktale, 133

Mahire, see Magh-adhar

Maize : chicha from, United States of Columbia, 481 ; goddess Chicome coatl, Mexico, 127

Malachy, King, see King Malachy

Malay Peninsula : Sakai or black dwarfs, 120

Malta : Phoenician sacred pillar, 7

Malwood castle : oak budded on Christmas Day, 31 1

Manann, see Isle of Man

Manannan mac Lir, 58, 69, 141-50, 152, 159, 162, 168, 336, 431, 438

Manawyddan mab Llyr, analogue of Manannan, 142

Mango-tree : in folktale, India, 502-3

Manyika tribe : kraal, 485-7 {plate) ; organisation of, 485

Manx folklore, see Isle of Man

Maori legends, 133

March, see Baramhat.