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Index.

throwing from height, Belgium &c., 276; at Yule feast, Scandi- navia, 417 ;

in autumn, mid-winter, and summer, Scandinavia, 416-8 ; disablot, or sacrifice to Disir, Iceland, 400, and Norway, 416

human, — at burial, Iceland, 403 ; in new house, Africa, 268 ; Ice- land, 419 ; for long life, Scandi- navia, 419; of Meriah, Khonds, 277 ; only in special emergencies, Scandinavia, 418-9 ; striking vic- tim, 274 ;

as motive for folk sports, 383 Sagenkreis, Der, vom geprellten

Teufel, by A. Wunsche, reviewed,

253

St Anthony of Padua : figure as

amulet, Spain, 471 {plate) St Augustias of Granada : figure as

amulet, Spain, 471 {plate) St Barnabas' Day : Glastonbury wal- nut budded, 311 St Bartholomew's Day : Glastonbury

walnut in leaf, 31 1 St Brigit and oak-tree and sun,

325-6 St Brigit's Festival, 325-6 St Columcille, 327-9 St Dioscurus, 496 St Donatianus, 496 St Felicitas, 496 St George : medal as amulet, Spain,

469 {plate) St Kentigern, 328-30 St Lucy : emblems of, Spain, 463

{plate) ; shell named after, Italy,

465, Spain, 471 St Madoes, Govvrie, in legend of

Hays, 318 St Maelrubha, see St Maree St Malrubius or Malrube, see St

Maree St Maree, 331-3 St Maree's Day : sacrifices, Ross-shire,

333 St Moling and the Devil, 133 St Mourie or Moury, see St Maree St Mulray, see St Maree St Nearchas, 495-6 St Neot, Cornwall, 42-6, 55 St Neot's (Corn.) : cenotaph of saint,

42 ; legends of saint, 43, 45 St Neot's (Hunt.) : fair, July 31st, 44,

Dec. 6-8, 44 ; pronunciation of,

42 ; saint's body brought from Corn- wall, 42 ; saint's festival, July 31st,

43 St Nicholas' Day, 383 St Nicholas of Bari, 44 St Nicholas' Fair, St Neot's (Hunt.),

44

St Ninian's staff, 328

St Patrick : and Caeilte, 170 ; would- be assassin of, 34

St Paul's cathedral: in nursery rhyme, 56 ; sanctuary of god Lud, 50

St Perpetua, 496-7

St Phileas, 496

St Philoromus, 496

St Polyeuctes, 495-6

St Rogatianus, 496

St Ruffus : 333 ; feast, 333

Saints : Celtic, associated with sky god's tree, 324-33

St Serf, 328

St Servanus, 329

Sakai of Malay Peninsula, 120

Salmon : in arms of Glasgow, 329 ; on diadem, Lydney Park, 41 ; in Irish folktale, 152 ; of Llyn Llyw, in Welsh story, 39 ; ' mugna, ' Ire- land, 62 ; in miracle of St Kentigern, 329 ; in Nechta's well, Ireland, 39, 162 ; in temple mosaic, Gloucester- shire, 39

Samhain, feast of : death of Nuada, 30, 58 ; in folktale, Ireland, 429 ; Oct. 28th, eve of, 44 ; ritual of, Ireland, 30, 159, 162, 325

Sandals, winged, symbolism of, 140

Saragossa : amulets, 462, 469 {plates)

Saturnus as king of Latium, 409

Satyrs, goat's legs of, 133

SaxoGrammaticus, authority of, 387-8, 406, 409

Sayce, Prof. A. H., " More Cairene Folklore," 130, 191-200

Scandinavia, see Denmark ; Norway ; and Sweden

Scapegoat, The, in European Folk- lore, by N. W. Thomas, 257-87 : in Jataka story, 501

Scarborough : oak coffin of Brigantian chief, 321; A Yorkshire "Wassail Box," by Mrs. E. Wright, 349-51 {plate) Sceptre : Amazulu, 474 {plate) ; sym- bolism of, 165, 315 Scorpion : killed by lizard with feet, Cairo, 198 ; as local nickname, Palestine, 22-3