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Index.

King Nuada Finnfail of Ireland, 33 King Nuada FuUon of Leinster, 33 King Nuada Necht of Ireland, 33,

427 King Nuada of Ireland, 29, 32 King Nuada the Sage of Leinster, 33 King Oenomaus of Pisa, 340 King of the Wood, The, on Celtic

Soil, by A. B. Cook, i, 27-71 King OilioU Oluim of Munster, 153 King 'On of Scandinavia, 419 King Rederech, 329-30. King Rudrach of Inislocha, 154 Kings : crops depend on, Scan- dinavia, 418-9 ; embody chief deity, Greece &c., 32-3, 35, 37, 165 ; fine for insult to, Laws of Hywel Dda, 309-10 ; inaugurated under sacred tree, Ireland, 451 ; Frazer's LecHi7'es on the Early History of the Kingship reviewed, 375-9 ; Frazer's Origin of Kingship, 15 ; related to birds, Ireland, 166-7, and trees, Ireland, 171-2, 315-6 ; taboos on, Ireland, 161-2 ; to be without blemish, Ireland, 29 King's county, see Durrow King Sithon of Odomanti, 340 King's Oak, New Forest, 311 King Solomon : seal as amulet,

Spain, 460 King Solomon's temple : Dioscuri,

495 Kingston Lisle : ' Blowing Stone,'

320 King Tuathal of Ireland, 64 Kinnoull, in legend of Hays, 318 Kintyre : {see also Strath Duie) ;

games, 98, 213-4, 220, 227 ;

strength feats, 219-20 Kirkmaiden : wren caught and freed,

New Year's Day, 271 Kirmess : cat thrown from gates,

Holland, 270 ; goat or ram sacri- ficed, Bohemia, 276 Kite : in beast fable, Cairo, 196 Klopfleinsnacht, S. Germany, 262 Knaresborough : roof tree of Manor

House, 173 Knees : Back-footed Beings, by A. T.

Crawford Cree, 131-40 Knobneuzen tribe, see Shangaan tribe Koranas : myth of origin, 253 Korea : string game, 82-5, 93 Kormak's Saga, 389, 408, 422-3, 426 Koussa Kaffirs : salute anchor, 255 Kraals, Zulu, 479-84

Kraljevich Marko, Servian hero, 113 Kristni saga, 415, 419 Kuinmurbura tribe : marital terms

and organisation, 180 Kukis : revenge mishap upon tree,

25s

Kurile islands : animal rolled from roof, 280

Kurnai : marital terms and organisa- tion, 180, 182-7, 297-8, 300-1, 304

Kurnandaburi tribe : marriage cus- toms, 294-5

Kutcha, supreme being, Kamtcha- dales, 248

Labraid the Swift, in Cuchulainn saga, 149

La Creuse : meal for newly married, 283

Lady's Mantle : in cure for elf-shoot- ing, N.W. Ireland, 207 ; wound- herb, Germans &c., 208-9

Laegaire Buadach, 168, 334-5

Laegaire Liban, tale of, 150, 163

Laegh, charioteer of Cuchulainn, 149

Laguenne : tug-of-war &c., annual ceremony, 272-4

Lake Eyre : group marriage and female descent, 176, 301

Lamb, see Sheep

Lammas fair, St Neot's (Hunt.), 44

Lamps : butter, Tibet, 3

Lanarkshire, see Glasgow

Lancashire, see Oldham

Landnamabok, 390-1, 394,401, 403-5,

413. 417

Lang, A. : Mr. Clodd on Crystal- Gazing, 231-3 ; his theory of totem- ism discussed, 16-26 ; Notes in Reply to Mr. Howitt and Mr. Jevons, 288-93 j Two Queries, 507

Languedoc : as local nickname, 23

Languoreth, Queen, see Queen Lan- guoreth

Lanhadron Park : oak with speckled leaves, 323-4

Lapps : god of hunting and fishing, 134-5, 140; Tiermes, god of thunder,

452-3

Latium : (see also Alban Mount ; Aricia ; and Praeneste) ; Faunus and Saturnus as early kings, 409

Laxdoela saga, 388, 393-4, 402-3, 405, 412-3, 422, 426

Lectures on the Early History of the Kingship, by J. G. Frazer, re- viewed, 375-9