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GENERAL INDEX.

Abruzzi, alleged human sacrifice in, 374

Achaean divinities, primitive, 261

Aches and pains, cure for, 388

Achilleid, the, 354

Achilles, his sleep in the White Island, 197

Ackernian, (J. Y.), "'Ancient Limits of Wychwood Forest " quoted, 310

Aconitum napellus, for inflammation, 388

Actaeon, 86

Addy, (S. O.), Four Yorkshire Folk- tales, 393

Adonis, death of, 349, a chthonic fleity, 351

Admete, priestess of Hera, 338

yEakides, images of the, 337

Aed Slane, birth of, 366

/Eetes, father of Medea, 303

^gean folktales, 276

^gina, Athenian idols at, 336, idols lent by, to Thebans, 337

Aegis, the, in relation to rain, 263

-^lian, on the Celts fighting the waves, 339

Aerolites, {see Drac, Ghostly Lights, Will o' the Wisp, etc.), 254, 255

Aes Sidhe, the, 40

/Esop, source of, \}n& Jataka, 258

Africa, (^see also Fetish, Fiote, Soul), Axe-money, 263, charms, 131, familiar spirits, 146, idea of God, 141, 142, mother-right in, 164, Dahomeyan evocatio deorurn, 335, god hidden from view, 345, wor- ship of sacred cotton-tree, 353

Agastya, the jar-born, 352

Aglauros, fate of, 344

Agricultural element in fairy creed, 29, 33-35ยป of Ireland, 43, Greek parallels, 46, sacrifice, Celtic, 44, 47, 367, 368, in primitive European cults, 371, folklore, see Denieter und Baubo

Agriculture in relation to Greek reli- gious cults, 262, 263

Agurtai, the, 337

Akropolis, the, of Athens, 344

Alf and Alfhikl, parallel tale to

Orendel, 297, 300, 301, 303 All Souls Day, 280 Aloeus, his sons imprison Ares, 349,

350. 351 . .

Altar, primitive forms of, 325, 326

Amairgin, 366

Amazon legend, the, 277

Ambigs of Bijapur, their death cus- toms, 347

America, myths of the Red Race, 57, 59, death-portent, 207, conceal- ment of household gods, 346, contents of the ' medicine ' bag, 346

Amulets, {see Charms), Italian, 5-8, Professor Belluni's collection, 378

Anastasio, Saint, medals of, against infection, 8

Ancient Custom at Sea, by Miss E. A. M. Richards, 281

Ancient Tenures, by T. Blount, quoted on Lamb Ales, 315, on morris dances, 317

Andrews, (J. B. ) Neapolitan Witch- craft, I

Angel Gabriel, 292

Angels, good, as lights, 242

Animal folklore, see birds, fish, Totemism, and animals under names. The ass 15-16, cows shot by fairies, 15, the deer, 382, 383, dogs, 214, 219, 222, 224, 229, 280, hares, and hare-lip, 15, 17, 375, horse, 71, 253, 264, 281, jackal, 161, snakes or serpents, 274, 275, 284, 285, 332, wish- hounds on Dartmoor, 196, forms of ghosts, 377, sacrifice substituted for human, 262

Animal-form, human beings in, 276,

377

Animals connected with Greek divini- ties, 262, 264, 265, in modern Greek folklore, 275

Animism of African faiths, 140, 141

Annals, the Irish and the Tuatha de Danann, 367

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