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Index.

hism ; Ceylon ; Crooke, William ; Dravidian ; Gods under navies ; Hinduism ; Jars ; Jataka ; Katha Sarit Sagara ; Mantras ; Matsya Purana ; Pantchatantra ; Ritual ; Vedas, etc.), Aryan invasion of, 26S, Balochi Tales, 77, 79, Bud- dhaghosha, 259, Bhutas, 198, Bombay, modern ritual of god- making in, 329, Caste, 161, Death and funeral customs, 331, 334, 347, Devil-worship in, 200, Dis- ease personified in, 200, Exor- cism, 331, 332, 353, Folktale from Kumaon, 181, Goblins in, 200, Idol ritual of, early, 326, 327, modern, 329, 331, 333, Idol processions in, 337, Marriage cus- toms, 269, North -Western P ro- vinces, History, Ethnology, Ad- ministration, 267, Popular Reli- gion and Folklore of Northern, 269 ; Sacred stones, 345, 284, sacred trees and plants, 330, 332, 345, 348, 352, Sacrifice, human, traces of, 334, sacrifice, modern, 352, Scythian invasion, 268, 285, Snake-stones, 284, Sraddha rite, 335, Sun-god, 328

Indtaische SmisaS von der Nord- pacifischen Kuste Amerikas, von Prof. Franz Boas, reviewed, 59

Indridi, presumed author of Hjalm- ter's Rimur, 303

Indwelling of deity in idols, 326, Indian method of securing, 327, ritual for, 327, 329, 331, Mexican, 333, Norse, t,t,t„ Chinese, 335, Dahomeyan means of desecrating, 335. m.'thods of rendering per- manent, 338, 346.348, 355, methods of extending influence, 343, 344

Infant stone-hurler, 280

Ingolfs columns, 178

Inheritance, laws of in West Africa, 164

Initiation of witches, 2

Ink, used as a spirit-compeller, 335

Introduction to the History of Re- ligion, by F. B. Jevons, reviewed, 63, referred to, 338

Invention of the Cross, legend in Orendel, 290

Iphigenia, sight of her image dealing madness, 344

Iran, see Persia

Ireland ; {^see Agricultural element ;

Annals ; Celtic ; Dinnshenchas, etc.) Brian, Head King, of, 365, Burial superstitions of Co. Cork, 180, Cats, Irish view of, 387, Christianity, its effects, 42, 52, 367, Connal Cernach, 366, Con- nail Gulban, 299, 301, Conchobor, 366, Cromm Cruaich, idol, 44, Crom Dubh, 368, Cuchulinn, 49, 50, 29S, 300, 301, 302, 365, Dagda, the, 43, Dal Cais, clan, 365, Danu, the goddess, 40, 367, Death and Funeral customs and folklore, 76, 180, 206, Druids in Ireland, 298, 366, Fairy folklore of, 15, 29, com- pared with Welsh, 38, with English, 39-53, with German, 45, and Greek, 36, 46, 367, 368, Fish-lore, 14, 16, 17, Happy Otherworld belief, 368, 369, Heroic cycles, 367, Maelduin's Voyage, 267, Mag Slecht, sacrificial rites of, 44, 367, Medicinal folk- lore, 15, 16, 179, 386, 390, Mon- gan, 49, 50, 365, Neevougi, idol, 355, Nuad of the Silver Hand, 341, Re-birth idea, 49, 365, 366, 368, Second-sight, 13, Shape-shifting, of fairies, etc., 47, 49, 50, Tuatha de Danann, 29, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 46, 366, 367, Weather, 14, Witches, 16, 17

Iron, inimical to witches, 8, 18

Ise, the fisherman, in Orendel, 292, 297, in German poem of St. Oswald, 294

Isis, images of carried about, 337, Mysteries of, 340, a survival of her worship, 86

Isle of Man, death and marriage portents of, 207, 20S, ghosts, 239

Israelites, the ark of, 341, its tabu,

344

Italy, folklore of, changes in the length of the year. 354, criminals worshipped in Sicily, 199, Nea- politan witchcraft, i, 97, scold- ing of the bambino, 339, straw goblin in, 87, Holy Week ob- servance in the Abruzzi, 374, Saint Ubaldo, 346, great migration to about 2000 B.C., 369

Ivy, berries cure for aches and pains, 388, leaves, hot, for scalds, 3S8

Jack-in-the-Green, 308

Jackal, the, as King, 161

Jacob, II. F. , Largus in Suffolk, 75