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52 TABULATION OF FOLKTALES.

reanimated by Isis. Pmichatantra, book v. Fable 14 (also in Tuti Nama) Pentameronc, 47th. Perednr Saga (comp. legends of Buddha's Alms Disb, see Nutt, Archceological Review, June, 1889.) Powell and Magnusson, Legends of Iceland, p. 159. Pryn and Socin, SyrisrJie Mdrchen, No. 18. Usidlof^, South Siberian FolJitale.%1 7 o; ii. 237-238, 532-533; iii.344. Ralston, Russian FolUales, pp. 17, 57, 85, 147, 204, 230-236, 286, 311, 317, 352, 363. Rasmann, DentscJie Heldensage (2nd ed.), ii. 134 (Gudrun brings to life the hosts slain by Hogni). Riviere, Contes Popnlaires Kahyles, p. 199. Sagas from the Far East, No. v. p. 75; and No. ix. p. 110. Schiefuei*, Heldensagen der Minnossischen Tataren (St. Petersburg 1879), p. 60. South African Folklore Journal, I. iv. 74. Stokes, Indian Fairy Tales, " Loving Laili," p. 83 ; No. xxiii. 164 ; " The Demon and the King's Son," p. 173, and p. 141. Temple, Legends of the Punjah, pp. 47, 80, 81, 85, 124 ; and see pp. 394, 401, 472, 474, 492. Theal, Kaffir Folklore, pp. 153-154. Thorpe, r.r.*S., pp. 75, 167. Toldoth Jesu. Twenty-five Tales of a Demon,l^o. 2. Comp. Typhon cut up by Osiris, restored to life by Horus. TJarda, note to cap, viii. Yernaleken, p. 269, " The Three White Doves." Vetala Panchavinsati (=25 Tales of a Demon), " The' Four Brothers." Wide-Aivake Stories, " The King and his Seven Sons," and pp. 282 ff., 290, 65, 109, 224 ff., 141, 58, 177, 269, 55-56, 147. Zeitschrift der Peutschen 3Iorgenla ndisc/ien Gescllschaft, 1860, Bd. xiv. s. 280-287, and see Tabula- tor's Remarks on "Faithful John," Grimm, No. 6.

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