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Index.

Grey : Glastonbury named the ' Grey

Trees,' 310 Grianan Aileach tumulus, Inishowen,

32 Grian the sun goddess, 449-51 Gringalet, Gawain's horse, 343 Griselda type of folktale, 500 Gristhorpe : oak coffin of Brigantian

chief, 321 Grosselfingen : ceremony, Thursday

before Fastnacht, 272 Gubbio : The Ceri of Gubbio, by

H. M. Bower, 9 Guiana : {see also Essequibo Indians) ;

figure on gables, 268 Guinevere, Queen, ,?<'£ Queen Guinevere Gunnlaugs Saga, 391 Gwalchmei, son of King Lot, 49-50 Gwydion the enchanter, 31 1-2 Gwydir river, see Kamilaroi Gwynn, son of Nudd, 35, 48, 336 Gwythyr, son of Greidawl, 48, 336 Gypsies, see Gipsies

Hades : Glastonbury Tor as, 308 ; island home of Manannan as, 142 ; Maui's descent into, 133

Hako, The, Pawnee ceremony, 12

Hakon, King, see King Hakon

Halfdan the Black's Saga, 418-9

Hallfred's saga, 393, 398

Hallow Eve: in Argyllshire, 21 1-2; in charm against glamour &c., Perthshire, 319; sun charms, Ire- land, 58, 320

Halogaland : king Holgi, 405-6

Hamingja, see Fylgja

Hampshire, see New Forest

Hand : as amulet, Spain &c., 458-60 {plates) ; figures as votive offerings, Spain, 47 1 ; silver hand of Nuada, 29

Hand Impressions instead of Seals, by W. G. Aston, 113-4

Hare : of Naas, eaten bylrishking, 162

Harpies, The, 134-7

HarSar saga, 389, 405, 407, 413-4, 421-2, 425

Hartland, E. S. : Travel Notes in South Africa, 385, 472-87 {plates) ; reviews by, — Parker's T/ie Euah- layi Tribe: a Study of Aboriginal Life in Atistralia, 1 1 5-9; Wunsche's Der Sagenkreis vom geprellten Tezi- fel, 253 ; Grubb's Among the Indians of the Paragtiayan Chaco, 122-4; Mauss' L'Origine des Pou- voirs Magijues dans les Sociit^s

Australiennes, 125-6; vanGennep's Alythes et Ligendes d' Australie : Etudes d'Ethnographie et de Socio- logies 488-93

Harun-er-Rashid, in folktale, 191-2

Harvest customs and beliefs : sacrifices, Oberpfalz &c., 276 ; Tuesday right day for reaping, 46

Haunted caves : Leicester, 55

Hawk : {see also Falcon) ; Gwalchmei the h. of May, 50 ; in legend of Hays, Gowrie, 318; totem, Aus- tralia, no

Hawthorn-tree: Cawdor Castle, 172-3; Glastonbury, 311 ; switches from in folktale, Argyllshire, 429

Hays of Errol, legend of, 317-9

Hazel nut : in Irish folktales, 152-3

Hazel-tree : Finn's shield made from, 58-9,69; in Irish folktales, 152-3, 162 ; head of Balar hung upon, 58-9, 165 ; in miracle of St Kenti- gern, 330 ; pre-Milesian worship of, Erin, 165 ; stick from in tests of Fianna, 431

Head : between legs, in magic, Ice- land, 424 ; figure as votive offering, Spain, 471

Headache : amulets for, Spain, 465, 467, 477 {plates)

Heart : in amulets, Spain, 460 {plate), 464, Italy and Portugal, 464 ; of slain animals as food for diviner, Iceland, 414 ; of wolf makes eater fierce, Upsala, 417

Heath-fruit : of Bri-Leith eaten by Irish king, 162

Hebrews, see Jews

Hebrides : {see also Barra island ; Fuda ; lona ; Islay ; Lewis ; Skye ; a7id Uist) ; game, 100 ; marriage of Brigit, Candlemas Eve, 326

Hederaark : part of king Halfdan's body buried, 419

Heimdall the god, 389

Heimskringla, The, 387-8, 400, 402, 410, 414-8, 420

Heigarviga saga, 389, 408

Helwan : human crocodiles, 198

Hen : crowing, killed and thrown over roof, 281 ; feathers in diviner's cushion, Iceland, 414

Henley (Natal) : Zulu wedding, 472-9 {plates)

Hephaistos back-footed, 131 -2, 135

Herbs in folklore, see Plants in folk- lore