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Index.

Ducklington, the Whit-hunt at, 310-

312, morris-dances of, 317 Dulan, or doolie, a ghost-lit^ht, 206 Duncan, Leland L. , cited on the

fairies, 39, The Hob Thrust, 69 Dunkin, J., cited on the origin of

tlie name Lam/) Ale, 313 Durga-puja, Indian festival, 353 Durmart le Gallois, folk-tale, 296,

classified, 299, 301, 306 Dyak custom of capturing the ' soul

of the rice,' 332 Ea, Babylonian god, 358 Eagle, connected with Zeus, 264 Earendel, Anglo-Saxon name for

Christ, 290, in relation to Orendel

etc. 291, 301 East Cleveland Roman road, 280 Easter Day ball-playing, 73, 175 Easter Island, concealment of images

at, 346 Ecstasy, 48 Edda, the, 301 Eeriboia, stepmother of the Aloeidae,

350.

Eggeling, J., cited on altar-shapes in India, 326

Egyptian culture, its slight influence on Hebraic, 170, folklore, 86, of marriage, 177, idols carried about, 337, jar-idols and sacred jar, 353, tabu at temple of Serapis, 344, threats to the gods, 339, influence on Happy Other-world idea, 369

Elephants, 292

Elevation and Procession of the Ceri at Gubbio (Bower) cited, 346, 374

Elidurus, an Indian parallel to, 200

English literature in relation to fairy folklore, 29-53, prominence of fairy world in, explained, 50-53

Enyalius or Ares, fettered image of in Sparta, 341

Ephesus, siege of, walls linked to tem]ile by rope, 343

Ephialtes, son of Aloeus, and Ares,

349, 353 Epilepsy, cure for, 389 Erectheus, sight of, drives beholders

mad, 344 Erysipelas, (wild fire), cures for, 3S7,

389, 390 Eschatolog)', 366, 368, 369 Eskimo folklore, death-portents, 207 Essex, folklore of, 177 Esthonia, folklore of, 238 E-Turra, Merodach's lordship, 358

Ethnology in Folklore, (Gomme) cited, 316

Euphemistic names for dreaded Greek powers, 275, and others 285

Evenlode river, 310

Evil Eye, the (or fascination), in Ireland, 16, charms to avert, Italian, 8, Scotch, 92, Indian, 329

Evil induced by speaking of it, 71

Evil spirits or Demons, [sec also Fetish, Ghosts atid Siva), repelled, 328, 329, Siva the lord of, 330, exorcism or imprisonment of, in India, 331, 352, in Mexico, 333, in Babylonia, 358.

Evolution, 64

Exorcism, see Evil spirits.

Eyes of idol marked with lampblack to resist fascination, 329, with ink, to infuse life, 335, omen of the falling out of, 341

' Faire a Chladh,' 209

Fairies, [or Aes Sidhe), of the Caipig- hill Knolls, 380, of the big Knoll of Arnol, 3S1, called 'good people' 2S5, Jeanne d'Arc's disbelief in, 35, of the Straw Hillocks, 386

Fairy coat of darkness, 298, creed, 32, Aryan origin of, 45, dwellings, under water, 200, food and drink dangerous to mortals, 380, gold, Greek proverb, 379. knolls, or hills, 3S0, 381, 386, folklore, antiquity of idea, 32, Breton, 38, English, causes of its predominance, 50-53, foreign influences on 38, 39, in Shakespearian literature, 33, 45, 53, Irish"(5t.'£ Tuatha de Danann) 39-42, agricultural character of, 47, modern 42, shooting cows, 15, origin, 367, 36S, Welsh, 38

Fairy Mythology, The, of English Literature ; its Origin and Nature, (Presidential Address) by A. Nutt,

Falling of an image, its portent, 341, of the eyes of an image, 341

Falling stars, portents of, 203, 204, 235; 238

Familiar spirits, 146

Far-travelled Tale, (Lang) 302

Farmer, The, and his Man, Yorkshire tale, by S. O. Addy, 395

Farnell, R. L., quoteel on the develop- ment of Idols from Monoliths, 326

Fascination, a prophylactic against, 329