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Index.

Annual meeting, and annual rejiort of Council, 19, 20

Anteuil, the bull of, 364

Anthropology, requirements of its students, 163

Anthropomorphic conception of a divinity, its development, 325

Antlers and head of deer, claim to, by hunters, 311, 316

Aphrodite, 155, 264, 349, origin and names, 264, 265, in modern Greek folklore, 276, chained statue of, 341

Apis, ritual connected with, 344

Apollo, 155, images carried about at Sikyon, 337, chained at Tyre, 343, the Delian, 344, Smintheus, the mouse associated with, 264

Apollonia, rites in Sikyon, 337

Apollodorus, on the imprisonment of Ares, 349

Apsarases, the, 328

Aptha or thrush, cures for, 180, 186

Arabian folklore, Arabian Nights quoted, 221, 267, 341, 347

Arc, Jeanne d', 35, 373

Arcadians, see Arkas

Archaeologia, cited, 310

Argyllshire, folklore of, 203-256, 297

Ares, statue of, carried in processions 337, fettered, 341, legend of his imprisonment, 349, possibly a chthonic deity, 351, 354, possible analogy with Indian god-capture and other rites, 353, and with Osiris, 354

Argonauts, the, diffusion of the tale, 267

Argos and the Argives, their image of Hera, 338

Aricia, sacred tree of, 1 1

Ariel, a Breton parallel to, 348

Ark, the, of the Israelites, 341, its tabu, 344

Arkas, ancestor of the Arcadians, 155

Artemis, {see also Athena and Diana) and the Brauronia, 155, nature of her cult, 263, image carried about at Sikyon, 337, arms of her image at Ephesus, 341

Artificial arms etc., of various idol- gods, 341.

Arthur, King, and English fairy literature, 37, 53, locale of tales, 365, and Huon of Bordeaux. J7, 38, 41, supernatural birth, 4$ ,50, charmed sleep in Avalon, 197, and Kulhwch, 303

Aryan, Conquest of N.W. India, its character, 268, cults, opposed to serpent worship, 284, 285. death and burial customs, 350, 368, 369, matriarchal stage, 368, 369, 372, origin of fairy creeds and of modern European folklore, 369, matriarchal stage, 369, 371, 372, sex- words,

371 Asarh, an Indian month, 334 Asbjornsen, P. C, devil-binding tale,

347 . Asclepios Agnitas, associated with

trees, 264 Ascot - under - Wychwood, morris- dancers of, 317 Ashes of the dead preserved in jars or

urns, 350 Asia Minor divination, 85, birth- customs, 379 Ass, in the Lion's skin, the, a

parallel tale, 161 Ass employed in curing mumps, 15 Assyriology, authorities on, 356, 359 Asthal Leigh, morris-dancers of, 317 Astrology, loi

Atarantians, abusiug the sun-god, 339 Atharva-Veda, its rubrics, 357 Athena, or Athene, {see also Artemis and Diana) 155, legends and names of, 261, 344, connection with agri- culture, 262, as Nike Apteros, 342 Athenseus, on the stolen images of

Hera, 338 Athenian idols, at Aegina, legend of,

336, Nike Apteros, 341, 342 Athens, Kylonian suppliants at, 343 Atkinson, (J. C), Supernatural

Change of Site, 279 Atlantis, submerged island of, 291 Attic imprecations, 361 Aurangzeb as iconoclast, 336 Aurvendill and similar names in re- lation to Orendel, 290, 293, 294, 301 Australian Legendary Tales: Folk- lore of the Noongaburrahs as told to the Piccaninnies, collected by Mrs. K. Langloh Parker, with Introduc- tion by Andrew Lang, reviewed, 56 Avalon. 37, 197 Axe, the, of Tenedos, 263 Axe-money in West Africa, 263 Axillary tumours, cure for, 389 Aztec cage for gods of conquered nations, 345