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Index.

shifting into, Iceland, 422 ; sow in folktale, Wales, 312 ; sow in founding of Glastonbury, 309, 311, and Alba Longa, 3 1 1 ; sow, shape- shifting into, Iceland, 422 ; swine of Aphrodite, Hierapolis, 396

Pigeon : in annual ceremony, Grossel- fingen, 271-2; connected with gol- den bough, 447-8 ; as local nick- name, 22 ; in marriage custom, Podolia &c., 284; Maui in shape of, 133 ; valued, 285

Pigstie : slept in for dream revela- tions, Iceland, 415

Pilitor, Albania : origin of Kraljevich Marko, 113

Pillars, sacred : of Druids, 61 ; Malta, 7

Pilsen : female headdress, 251

Pixies, see Fairies

Place names, derivations of : England, 50, 65 ; Ireland 62, 67

Plants in folklore, see Broom ; Cress ; Entada; Flowers in folklore; Furze; Ivy ; Lady's Mantle ; Mistletoe ; Moss ; Mucuna ; Orchid ; Poli- gonum ; Rue ; Rush ; Selago ; and Vine

Ploughing customs and beliefs : pre- Milesian worship of, Erin, 165 ; Tuesday as right day, 46

Plum : acran, Cornwall, 57

Pocock, W. Innes : Cat's Cradle, 73-93 ; Some English String Tricks,

352-73

Podliassie : cock burnt at wedding, 282

Podolia : marriage custom, 284

Poetic preceded prose romances, 231

Poitou : marriage customs, 280, 284

Pojk : marriage custom, 283

Pokomo river : Hewat's Bantu Folk Lore reviewed, 248-51

Pokutia, see Huculs

Poland : {see also Lithuania) ; mar- riage custom for widower, 281

Poligonum : children named from, Euahlayi tribe, 245

Pollock, F. : reviews by, — Frazer's Lectures on the Early History of Kingship, 375-9 ; Landtman's The Origin of Priesthood, 375, 379

Pollux, see Dioscuri

Polyandry, see Marriage customs and beliefs

Polydeuces, see Dioscuri

Polynesia : {see also Society islands) ; kava, 481

Pontefract : " wassail box," 350 Pork : at wedding breakfast, Ober-

pfalz, 280 Portugal : amulets, 457-8 Poseidon Ilippios, 15 Praeneste : oracle, 67 Prague : ethnographical museum, 251 Pregnancy, see Birth customs and

beliefs ; and Conception President, election of, 4 Presidential Address, 4, 12-26 Prilep : ruled by Kraljevich Marko,

III Probus : oak as life-index, 323 Processions : Ascension Day, W.

Germany, 271 Prometheus as origin of crystal-gazing,

232-3, 374 Prophecies : of Thomas the Rhymer,

319

Provence : minstrelsy, 381

Proverbs : Egypt, 197 ; Scotland, 319 ; Welsh, 49

Pryderi, son of Pwyll, 143

Puberty rites : Baperi, 484 ; Para- guay, 123; tooth knocking out, 128

Publications of Folk- Lore Society, 8-9

Pulmonary diseases : burying place for dead from, Zulus, 484

Purse : in " wassail box," Yorkshire,

349-51 Pygmies, 120

Qasr es-Sayyad : offering to tamarisk,

199' Qubbet el-Hawa, Assuan, in droll, 195 Queen Guinevere, 340 Queen Languoreth of Cambria, 329 Queen Medb of Connaught, 160 Queensland : {see also Barwon ; Broad

Sound ; Cardwell ; and Diaman-

tina river) : tribal All-Father, 175 Quicken-tree : in tale of Diarmuid

and Grainne, 438-9, 448

Rag-trees : Egypt, 199

Rainbow, customs concerning, 279

Rain charms : France, 273 ; Grossel-

fingen, 272 ; rites, Moslem,

Morocco, 506 Rajputana : pedigrees of princes, 376 Ram, see Sheep Ramadan : sayings, 197 Ramsflue : saga of earth dwarfs, 134,

140 Ran, sea goddess, 396-7