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their Romnn analogies, 75) ^'^ Irish funeral custom, 76, The No7-th- wesiern Provinces of India, their History, Ethnology and Adminis- tration, reviewed, 267, The Po/'iilar Religion and Folklore of A^orthern India, reviewed, 269, The Binding of a God : a Study of the Basis of Idolatry, 325

Cross, pre-christian, 58, used in medicinal folklore, 387, in witch- craft, 2

Cross-roads, in relation to witch craft, 3, 7, suicides buried at, 199, 264, in relation to evil spirits, 330

Croup, charm against, 390

Crucifixion of Christ, a possible origin for, 276, 374

Cuchulinn's supernatural birth, 49, 50, three "gifts, wooing, 29S, 300, possible solar origin, 301, relation to other tales, 302, his re-birth, 365, locale of tale, 366

Cuckoo, in connection with Christ, 3S0

" Cuckoo, the," Oxfordshire morris- dancers' song, 318

" Cuckoo's Nest, the," Oxfordshire morris-dancers' song, 318

Cults of the Greek States by L. R. Farnell, reviewed, 260, quoted, 326

Cumberland, the Arthur-tale, 365

Cures, see Medicinal Folklore, and Some Country Remedies and their Uses.

Curses, gipsy, 377, Greek, written backwards, 361

Curtin, J., cited, 39, 298

Cuts, cure for, 389

Cybele, her priests in relation to agri- culture, 167

Cyclops, in modern Greek folklore, 276

Cynewulf cited, 290

Cyprus, the Keramos prison at, 350

Dagda, the, 43

Dagon, his fall, 341

Dahome, evocatio deorufn in, 335,

gods and worship, 345, 352, 353 Dal Cais, the, 365 Dames, M. Longworth, Balochi Tales,

A legend of Nadir Shah, 77, Dosten

and Shiren, 79 Danae, modern Greek survival of tale,

276 Dances of Mandan Indians, 70. dances

in Ceylon, 8, Dionysiac, 48, Fairy, 33> 37> 48, 50, Ilorn-dance in Staffordshire, 70, dances of Italian witches, 3, 8, morris-dancing in Oxfordshire etc., 309, 312, 314,

3i5> 37-324 Danu, Irish goddess, her race, 40,

367

Dasent, Sir George, translator of tale from Asbjornsen, 347

David, King, his sword given to Orendel, 292

Dawn fatal to flying witches, 3

Days, good and bad, for agriculture, 43, for combing the hair, 380, for divination, 85, for marriage, 92, for witchcraft, 2, 3, 8

Dead, Aryan worship of, 368, riding on clouds, 239

Dead bodies, {see also Bones), portions of as charms, 4, 89

Death more just than God, 275

Death and Funeral Customs, {see Corpse-Candles, Ghostly Lights etc.) African, 1 32- 137, 143, Aryan, 350, 368, 369, Greek, 350, Chinese, 201, 334) 335) Fiote, 132-137, Gaelic, 206, Indian, 331, 334, 347, Irish, 76, 180, 206, Italian, 2, Mexican, 345, South American, 350, in New Ireland, 334, Scotch, 206, in con- nection with suicides, 199, 264

Death and Burial of the Fiote, by R. E. Dennett, 132-137

Death and resurrection, mimic, 264

Death-masks, Indian 347, Mexican,

345 Death-portents, {see Corpse Candles,

Ghost Lights, etc.) 203-217, 235,

240-256, 377, 383, 386 Debenham, (Mary H.), Charm for the

Evil Eye, 92 ' Decay of the flesh ' in children,

Ohio cure for, 185 Defixiones, see Imprecations Deer, the, antlers and head valued,

311, 316, skin lucky, 31 1, an

animal of evil omen, 382 Deer-hunting, in Oxfordshire at

Whitsuntide, 310-312, 316 Dei terreni, Irish, sec Tuatha dc

Danann. Delos, 344 Deineter 7tnd Banbo : Versuch cincr

Theoric der Entstehung unsrcs

Ackerl)aiis,vor\ Ed. Ilahn, reviewed,

167