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Index.

Korwas, the, of N.W. India, mar- riage among, 269

Krishna, his bones in the image of Jaggannath, 334, his idol carrie 1 about, 337, once a year, 355

Kulhwch and Ohven, tale classified 299, parallel to Orendel etc., 307, considered as a solar tale, 301, in relation to other tales, 302, 304, outline of story, 303, details, 305, 306, 307

Kumaun, Kali imprisoned at. 346

Kumbattal, Tamil pot-goddess, 352

Kumbhamata, Sanskrit name for a pot-goddess, 353

Kumbha-yoni, or Kumbha-janma, the jar-born, 352

Kurumbas, the, of Madras, conceal- ment of their idol, 345

Kylonian refugees and their cord altar-contact, 343

Lacedaemonians, see Spartans

Lairg, Plichting-stane, 399

Lamb, in Whitsuntide festivals, 313, eaten, 315, ghostly, 219

Lamb Ale, festival observances, in Oxfordshire, 307, 313-315, a South Indian parallel, 316

Lamia, the, in modern Greek folk- lore, 275

Lammas Day, 313

Lampblack, as prophylactic against fascination, 329

Lancashire folklore ; Christ and the stone-soup, 379, Christ and the cuckoo, 380, cure for weak stomach, 388

Lancelot's hive for Guinevere, a late theme in the tale, 300

Lang, (Andrew), Introduction to Azistralian Legendary Tales (by Mrs. K. Langloh Parker), re- viewed, 56, I\Iiracles of Madame Saint Katherine of Fierhois, re- viewed, 372

' Largus ' or largesse in Suffolk, by

H. F. Jacob, 75 Larminie, W., variant of Sir Amadas.

296 Lear group of tales, wide influence

of, 365

Legendes et Cttriosites des Metiers, par Paul Sebillot, reviewed, 158

Leland, (C. G. ), Marks on ancient Monuments, 86 ; The Straw Gob- lin, 87.

Levant, folklore of, 199, 264 Lewin, Capt., on a Buddhistic cord-

.rite, 343 Libations, 329 Lid-covered gods, 346 Life, in relation to sacrifice, early

conception, 47 Life-token in modern Greek folklore,

275 Light and heat in connection with

life, 204, and death 208 Lightning, a talisman against, 91,

god of, imprisoned in New Guinea

349

Lilith's daughters, 109

Lime (unslaked), and sweet oil for erysipelas, 389

Limerick, 296

Lincolnshire folklore ; the Hobthirst, 68, 69, the hood-game, 72, or ' cabsow ' game, 73, Scawby fly- pies, 365, omens of death, 377

Lingam of Mahadeva Ravaneswara, English and Greek parallels, 338

Liquorice root, as cure for weak stomach, 388

Lismore, cure for hydrophobia, 387

Lithuanian primitive culture, 369

Londonderry, cure from, 389

Lord, Lady and Maid of May-day festival (Oxfordshire), 308, of Lamb Ale, 313, 314, 315

Lots, rods used as, 360

Lotus, Brahma sprung from the, 328

Lough Swilly, deserted by the her- rings, 16

Love-charms, Italian, 4-7

Love theme in fairy lore, 33, 37, 41,

49

Lucian, on the wandering idol of Demetrios, 336

Luck, in Cakes, 310, 315, in deer, 311, 316, and lamb of Oxfordshire sea- sonal festivals, 316

Lucky and unlucky days and deeds, 2, 3. 8, 92, 380, 381

Lybeaus Desconus, or Guinglain tale, 299

M., W. P., 'Tommy on the Tub's

Grave,' 176 Maass E., quoted, 367 Mabinogion, quoted on Kulliwch.

303 MacDougall J., cited on Druidic mist, 297, 298