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Index.

Airi the demon huntsman, 136 ; Churels, demons, 136 ; demons back-footed, 131, 135-6 ; Dioscuri, 494; early institutions, 511; Dra- cott's Simla Village Tales, or Folk- Talesfrofn the Himalayas, reviewed, 501-3 ; string games, 88 Indogermanic race. The, 14 Indre (Dept) : courtship custom, 282 Inis Fail, in Irish folktale, 157 Inishowen Penin. : Grianan Aileach

tumulus, 32 Inislocha, the Lake Island, 154 Initiatory ceremonies : Australia, 125,

491 Innocents' Day : whipping of boys,

383

Inns : named after Magi, Spain, 469

In-qumbabane, snake that causes typhoid fever, Bantu, 249

Insects in folklore, see Ant ; Bee ; Butterfly ; Hornet ; Scorpion ; a^id Wasp

Inshinagh, meaning of, 62

Intoxicating drink : legend of dis- covery, Jatakas, 498-9

Inverness-shire, see Beauly

lona : the Holy Isle, 328

Ireland : [see also Connaught ; Cu- chulainn sagas ; Finn ; Fir Bile ; Fir Bolg ; Fomore ; Leinster ; Munster ; Ulster; andundernames ^" Kings) ; airne or sloe, 57 ; back- footed beings, 131 ; Betrothing Custom, by W. Crooke, 114; The Cure of Elf-shooting in the North- West of Ireland, by Rev. J. Meehan, 130, 200-10; 'ditch,' meaning of, 204 ; feasts of Beltane and Samhain, 30, 45 ; folk-songs, 161, 316; folktales, 143-58, 316, 428-9, 448-51 ; kings inaugurated under sacred tree, 451 ; king's life bound up with sacred tree, 17 1-2, 315-6 ; kings must have no blemish, 29 ; Nuada king of Tuatha De Danann, 28-35 '■> ^^^ associated with sky god, 53, and equivalent of apple-tree, 57 ; place names, 62 ; St Brigit's cross, 325 ; south, be- trothing custom, 114

Irel Faith, see King Irel

Iroquois : sacrifice of white dog, 265

Irot, King, see King Irot.

Irpa, goddess, Iceland, 406-7

Islay : game, 94

Isle of Man : arms, origin of, 142 ;

fruit eaten by Irish king, 162 ; the god Manannan, 141-3 Istria : {see also Slovenians) ; ' means of living' denotes orchard fruit, Croatians, 57 Italica : amulets, 469 {plate) Italy : {see also Campagna ; Cam- pania ; Latium ; Naples ; Padua j Romans, ancient ; Sicily ; and Umbria) ; aborigines descended from oak, 60 ; amulets compared with those of Spain, 455, 458, 461- 5, 468 ; kings personated Jupiter and associated with oak, 32, 52-3 j missel-thrush, name of, 447 Itonje, sister of Gawain, 344-5 Ivy: lines "wassail box, "Yorkshire, 350 Ixopo, see Amafunze tribe

Jachin and Boaz as Dioscuri, 495 Jamaica : Jamaican Song and Story,

by W. Jekyll, 8 January : {see also New Year's Day) ;

13th, cock's head thrown on roof,

Russia, 281 ; 17th, heaven opened,

Copts, 197 Japan : cat's cradle, 93 ; charms, 2-3,

7 ; hand impressions instead of

seals, 114 Jatakas, The, 13-4, 498-501 Jdtaka, The, or Stories of the Buddha's

Former Births, vol. V, by H. T.

Francis, reviewed, 498-501 Jealousy, amulets against, Spain, 457

{plate) Jekyll, W. , Jamaican Song and Story, 8 Jerboa : mumps transferred to, Bantu,

250 Jet, as protective material, Spain,

459-60 {plate), 460-1, 464 Jevons, F. B. : review by, — Lang's

The Secret of the Totem, 236-46 ;

notes by Mr. Lang on review, 291-3 Jews : expulsion ceremony, Easter,

Barcelona, 263 ; name of ancient

villages, 22 ; sacrifice on eve of

Day of Atonement, 275-6, 281 ;

scapegoat, 258-60 Ji^in : goat or ram sacrificed, Kirmess,

276 Johannesburg : dances, 478 Jomsvikinga-drapa, 406 Jomsvikinga saga, 406 Journey : amulets for, Spain &c.,

469 {plate) Judas Thomas, Acts of, 497-8 Julian gens, name of, 59