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Index.

Herefordshire : {see also Hereford) ; ballad, 16-8 ; mourning custom, 320 ; willow tabued, 18 Herero : organisation, 121 Hermes, 281

Hertfordshire, see Barnet Hesse : (see also Storndorf) ; Hes- sische Blatter fiir Volkskunde re- viewed, 110-3 Hestia, rites of, 281-2 Hi^ina : charms, 149, 151 ; divina- tion, 154-5 ; Great Feast, 132, 134, 142, 144, 148, 154, 156, 159, 166 ; harvest custom, 159 ; target- shooting, 160 Hidden treasure, see Treasure Highlands : tears hurt dead, 264 Hills : hill-wakes, 36 ; spirit hills,

E. Africa, 257 Hindhead : Devil at, 309 Hinton Ampner : church not ori- ented, 307 Hiring at mop : Glos., 237 Historical traditions discussed, 106 History of Anthropology, by A. C.

Haddon, noticed, 530 Hoe : in folk-tale, Hausas, 344-5 Holed stones : as amulets, Devon, 3 Holidays, see Festivals Holland, see West Friesland Holly: "pixies' love letters," Devon, 3 ; whip-stocks from, Herts., 236 Holy Trinity, dedications to, 39 Holy Virgin, see Virgin Mary Holy water : cures farm animals, France, 245 ; as protective, Clare, 58 Holy-water stoup : child's head

tested against, Bretagne, 514 Holy wells, see Wells Horns, animal : in charms, Moroc- co, 151 ; of deities, Asia Minor, 201 ; in Fair custom, Hants, 300-1 ; in hunting custom, N. Nigeria, 301 Horns, human, in folk-tales, 187,

189-91, 193-4 Horns, musical : Hants, 299, 302-3 Horse : ears at Great Feast, Morocco, 133 ; in folk-tales, Armenia, 477, Hausas, 461-4, Ireland, 185 ; horse-headed fig- ures, Rhodes and Troy, 199, and goddess, Greece, 200 ; Posei- don, horse-god, 200 ; protective charm for, Clare, 59 ; ridden by

fairies, Clare, 449 ; in ritual, Greece, 199 ; sacred, Semites, 200 ; skull, buried, Clare, 54-5, in hoodening, Kent, 302, in wooset-hunting, Hants, 302 ; spectral, Clare, 449 ; white, in charm, Clare, 57 ; worship of, Greece, 200

Horse brasses, 3, 130

Horse-shoe : nails, see Nails ; in wishing charm, Clare, 54

Horwell : cockatrice, 306 ; duck's eggs not eaten, 306

Hottentots : Theal's The Yellow and Dark-Skinned People of Africa South of the Zambesi re- viewed, 117-23

House : {see aJso Doorway ; Thres- hold) ; gift to friend in new house, Clare, 203 ; at Great Feast, Morocco, 134 ; survivals, British Isles, 272 ; not swept, New Year, China etc., 264

House-leek : prevents fire, Clare, 59, 456 ; thunder flower, Ger- many, 275

Hull, Miss E. : review by, — Gou- gaud's Les Chretientes Celtiques, 3S0-2

Hungary, see Slovaks

Hungerford : cancer cure, 305-6

Hunting customs and beliefs : Bushongo, 390 ; Clare, 206-7 > Hants, 295 ; India, 74, 230, 524- 5 ; fetish, Bushongo, 42 (plate) ; killing avoided in pregnancy, India, 75-6; Malays, 241; N. Nigeria, 301 ; poachers' song, Hesse, 113; Yoruba, 262

Hursley : love test. Midsummer Eve, 325 ; May Day song, 297 ; mummers, 328 ; newt causes ab- scesses, 306 ; St Clement's Day custom, 328

Hurstbourne Tarrant : May festivi- ties, 297, 326

Husband-beating, rite for, Glos. , 237

Huts for spirits, E. Africa, 255

Hyaena : in folk-tales, Africa, 61-5, 224, 259-60 ; in masquerade, Morocco, 175

Hymetho, heroine, Greece, 493

Ibeti : haunted woods, 258 Ibreez, deity at, 201 Ibrickan : fishing custom, 453-4 ; stations, 335