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Index.

cure of elf-shooting, N.W. Ireland, 206-7 '■> years, serpent god carried round Dahomey city, 268-9

Three Kings, patron saints of travel- lers, 469

Thrush : mistletoe must pass through maw of, 447

Thunder : connected with Irish king, 167-8 ; customs concerning, 279 ; hymn of St Columcille sung against, Ireland, 327 ; Thor a thunder god, 389 : Tiermes a thunder god, Lapps,

452-3 Thursday : before Fastnacht, cere- mony, Grosselfingen, 272 Tibet : exhibits from, 3, 7 Tiermes, Lapp deity, 452-3 Tipperary county, see Borrisokane Tlachtga : centre for fresh fire of Samhain, 30 ; well of, water drunk by Irish king, 162 Toasts : at Yule feast, Scandinavia,

417

Toledo : amulets, 456, 463, 465, 467-9 (plates)

Tooth, see Teeth

Torres Straits : string trick, 370-2

Tortu, the tree of, 63, 65-6, 68-9

Totemism : Australia, 16-26, 107- IIO, 1 18-9, 489; Lang's The Secret of the Totetn reviewed, 236-46 ; theories discussed, 16-26

Toucan : in exorcism, Piaroas, 266-7

Translations of Folklore Publications, by G. L. Gomme, 230

Transvaal, see Johannesburg ; Shan- gann tribe ; atid Zoutpansberg

Travelling, see Journey

Travel Notes in South Africa, by E. S. Hartland, 385, 473-87 (plates)

Treasure, buried : in burial mounds, Iceland, 412-4

Treasurer, election of, 5

Trees in folklore : (see also Apple- tree ; Ash-tree ; Elm-tree ; Fruit- trees ; Hawthorn-tree ; Hazel-tree ; Holly ; Ilex ; Mango-tree ; Moun- tain ash ; Oak-tree ; Quicken-tree ; Rag-trees ; Sophora japonica ; Tamarisk; Walnut-tree; Yew-tree; and Yggdrasill-tree) ; baetyls near sacred trees, Crete and Ireland, 61 ; Baldr a tree spirit, 389; Bile a divinised tree, Ireland, 60, 65, 67, 171-2, 315, 452; Manannan's sacred trees, 143-51 ; nucleus of palace, Emain Macha, 337 ; of St

Maree, Ross-shire, 331 ; treegrow-

ing in castle sacred to sky-god,

Ireland, 171 ; tree of virtues, in

folktale, Ireland, 449-50 ; Tree

Worship in China, by A. R.

Wright, igo (plate); worshipped,

China, 190, Egypt, 199, Ireland,

448, Syria, 199 Tritons on Roman diadem, Lydney

Park, 41 Trochus shell : as amulet, Italy,

Spain, &c., 465-6 (plates), 471 ;

name given to seed amulet, Spain,

467 Trondhjem : cat's cradle, 86 Trout : in folktale, Ireland, 435 Trumpets : Tibet, 3 Truro : oak as life-index, 323 Tuatha De Danann, 28, 30, 32, 46,

154, 162, 165, 170, 209, 324, 326,

438-9, 444 Tuathal the Acceptable, King, see

King Tuathal Tuesday : right day for ploughing,

sowing, and reaping, 46 Tugela : witch doctor's necklace, 483

^late) Tug of war : annual, France, 272-4,

279 ; newly married share in,

France, 273, 279, Germany, 283 Tuirenn : saga of children of, 70 ; sons

of, 169 Tullaghoge : inauguration place of

O'Neills, 172 Tulle : tug-of-war &c., annual cere- mony, 272-3 Tumuli : Grianan Aileach, 32 Tunis, in Cairene droll, 195 Turkey in Europe : (see also Albania ;

Bulgaria ; Macedonia ; aW Servia);

"The Shade of the Balkans," by

Miss M. E. Durham, 113 Twins : one slain, Essequibo Indians,

494, Shangaans, 484 ; Harris's

T/ie Cult of the Heavenly Twins

reviewed, 493-8 Two Queries, by A. Lang, 507 Typhoid fever : due to snake, Bantu,

249 ; treatment of, Bantu, 249 Typhon : struggle with Zeus, 28-9 Tyr, sky god, 389

Uap island : string trick, 366 Ugaine, sons of, 65-6, 68 Uisnech, the tree of, 63-5, 68 Uist : games, 93-4, 102, 2II, 222; strength feat, 219