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Index.

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Oeth and Anoeth, bone fortress of, 142 Ogres : eyes red and do not wink,

India, 499 ; in Jatakas, 499 ; no

shadow, India, 499 Oilioll Oluim, King, see King Oilioll

Oluim Oinomaos, King, see King Oenomaus Oirgiall : kings, 69 Oisin, tales of, 147-8, 163, 326, 343,

435-8, 440 OlafTryggvason'ssaga, 398-9,407,416 Oldham : " Thor cake," 2, 7 Omens : {see also Life-index) ; from

bubbles on coffee, Cairo, 198 ; from

state of well, Scotland, 331 ; of

marriage and courtship, Ireland, 58 'On, King, see King 'On O'Nuadan, in poem, 34 O'Neils, inauguration trees of, 172 Oracles : Dodona, 67 ; oracular

stones, Greece and Iceland, 414 ;

Praeneste, 67 Orange: in "wassail box," York- shire, 349 Oraibi, Moqui pueblo, 73 Orchid : children named from country

of, Euahlayi tribe, 245 Origine des Poiivoirs Magiques dans

les Soci^tis Australiennes, L\ par

M. Mauss, reviewed, 125-6 Origin of Priesthood, The, by G.

Landtman, reviewed, 377, 379 Origin of Worship, The : a Study iti

Pri^nitive Religion, by R. Karsten,

reviewed, 246-8 Orinoco river, see Piaroas Orkney islands : games, 104, 223-4 5

king Lot, 51 Oscar, grandson of Finn, 441 Ossianic sagas : {see also Finn ; and

Oisin); kingof the woods in, 427-53 Ostrich : S. Amer. tribe back-kneed

like, 136 Otherworld, see Hades Owein, son of Nudd, 35 Owl : figured on wedding cake,

Ukraine, 284 ; shape-shifting into,

Wales, 312 ; wizard's messenger,

W. Africa, 264 Ox: devoted to godc, 391, 396;

figure as votive offering, Spain, 472

{plate) ; in Floamanna saga, 391,

396 ; in folktale, Ireland, 450 ; in

marriage custom, Illyria, 283 ;

sacrificed, Amazulu, 483 ; in Viga-

Gliim's saga, 392-3 Oyster : as local nickname, 22

Padua : figure of St Anthony of, as amulet, Spain, 471 {plate)

Palestine : {see also Jews) ; local nicknames, 22

Palm Sunday : palm blessed then as amulet against lightning, Spain, 470

Pamphlets presented to Folk-Lore Society, see Books

Pan, goat's legs of, 133

Panay : negritos, 1 20

Papers read at meetings of Folk-Lore Society, I, 6-7, 129-30

Paragua island : negritos, 120

Paraguay : Gr\ihh' s Aniongthe Indians of the Paraguayan Chaco, reviewed, 122-4

Paralysis : amulet against, Spain, 467 (plate)

Parthalon, in Irish folktale, 154

Partridge : in marriage customs, 281

Parzival, 344-5, 427

Pawnee Indians : Hako ceremony, 12

Peacock : plumage in Parzival, 345

Pellinore, in Morte Darthur, 52

Perceval, Sir, see Parzival

Perseus, sandals of, 140

Persia : Dioscuri, 494 ; magic spear of king, in Irish saga, 70

Perthshire : {see also Culross ; Errol ; Gowrie ; Kinnoull; Luncarty ; and St Madoes) ; games, 99, 104, 220-2

Philippine islands : {see also Luzon ; Mindanao ; Negros ; Panay ; and Paragua) ; ethnological survey, 12, 120

Phineus, the feast of, 136-7

Phocis : sacred cattle of Artemis, 396

Phoenicians : amulet against evil eye, 458 ; Dioscuri, 494 ; sacred pillar, Malta, 7

Phorbas, 340

Photography : objected to, Amazulu, 482

Phrygia, see Hierapolis

Piaroas : exorcisingnewhut, 265-8, 270

Pictish kings, names of, 70, 143

Pietermaritzburg : kraal, 479-84 ; Zulu wedding, 472-9 {plates)

Pig : boar's head crest of clan Camp- bell, 452 ; boar's tusk as amulet, Spain, 457-8 ; figure as votive offering, Spain, 471 ; in Floamanna saga, 391, 396; in marriage cus- toms, Oberpfalz, 280 ; nose thrown over house, Cornwall, 281 ; shape-