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fl. St. Petersburg . . . 213

fl.St. Stephens .... 199



Index of Places.



437





PAGES




PAGES


St. Vincent, Cape .


8, 13, 15. 16,


Twickenham .


. 392




20, 29


a. Tynemouth


• 199. 312, 325


a. Stafford .


. . 184






a. Staffordshire .


. 184, 329






Stainmoor


. 328, 331


a. Ural Mountains


. 181, 212


a. Stamford


137, 184, 353


Uriconium


311,331-2,375


Stansa, Stans Ore .


• 230


Uxisama (Ushant)


. 25


Stirlingshire .


. 307






Stoneheng-e


32, 130, 142


Vannes .


. 25-6, 231


Strathclyde


• 94-5. 169


Venta Belgarum


. 227, 292, 332


Stratton (Foss-way)


• 327


Venta Icenorum


. 227


a. Stretford


. 198


Venta Silurum


. 138, 227, 309


Stretton .


• 327


Vent-land (Gwent)


. 227


a. Suabia .


• 163, 193


Verulam (St. Albans) 108, 302-3,


a. Suffoltc


. . 184




345
59-41,45, 51, 59,


a. Surrey . . 104, i


83-4, 199,371


Vistula, R. 10, 14, ;


rt. Sussex 63, 104, 122,
1S3-5, 187-8,


130, 142, 179,
198, 366, 397


a. Vivier


157. 235. 357
. 190


Sutherland


. 144






Swaffham


. . 35S






Sweden . 65, 88


139, 166, 210


a. Wadhurst


187-8


a. Switzerland


. 121, 286


a. Walthamstow


. . . 184






Wanborough .


377. 395-6


Tadcaster





a. Wancour


. 190


Tamara (Oreston) ,


. 230


a. Wandsworth .


. 189


Tanais, R.


14. 39


Wantsume, R.


. . 36


Tanaus, R. (Taus) .


306-7


Wareham


. 226


Tara . 170-1, 259


263, 265, 267


Warlingham .


. 391


a. Taunton- Deane


185, 189-90


a. Warlus .


. 190


Tavistock


• 33


a. Warwickshire .


184, 226, 326


Teivy, R.


4


Watchet .


. 144


Teneriffe


20, 22


a. Weardale


• 199


Thames, R. 14,31,36,45,62,222,


West Fjord .


. . 67


274,277, 292, 294,


321-331,333.


Westminster .


• 171. 395




374, 376


a. Westmoreland


. 199, 379


Thanet . . 34-S


330, 362, 388


Weston (Norfolk)


. 106


Thorney


• 395


a. Westphalia


. 51, 192, 197


Thule . 6, 29, 39,


41,44,47,49.


Westra .


. 168


64-6, 7


I, 76-81, 83-5


Wexford .


. 154, 22S


Tilshead


. 142


Weymouth


• 143


Tothill .


• 253,255


Whitby .


3, 143-4, 398


Totnes ,


• 325. 327


Wight, Isle of 35-e


.320,355.372-3


Tranabie


. 16S


a. Wikes


. . 184


Treguier


. . 176


a. Wimbledon


• 189, 377


Treves . 322,334,


339. 340. 3SS


Windermere .


. 315.328,331


Trieste .


11.59


Winwidfield .


. 380


a. Turkestan


. 177, 212


Wippedsfleet .


. 361

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PAGES


PAGES


a. Wivenhoe ,


. . . 184


York (Eboracum) 311,318,320-3,


a. Woodford


. 184


326-8, 331, 335, 337-8, 350,


a. Worplesdon .


. 199


368, 396


a. Wrabness


. . . 1S4


Yorkshire 3, 103, 129, 141-4, 163,


Wrexham


. . . 285


210, 236-7, 292, 299, 321


a. Wurtemburg .


• 192-3. 197-8


Ypwine's Fleet . . . 360



General Index.



439



GENERAL INDEX.



PAGES

/EWe, of Deira . . . .381
/Elle, of Sussex . . . 367, 375

/Escings 361

/Ethelfrith 381

^styi . , . 43-47, 383

Aerfen 247

Aetius 345

Agnatic system . . . 156, 170
Agricola, campaigns 218, 233-4, 306-7
policy in Britain 217-8, 239, 301

239. 307
. 80



plans as to Ireland

Albinovanus, poem of

Albiones, of Spain

Aldulf

Alexander the Great 4,

Alexander Severus, Emp,



. 19

. 395

10,32,78, 85

. 267



Alfred, King
Allectus, reign of
Allobroges .
All Souls' Day .
Amber, ornaments



223, 326, 355, 373

. 319-322

■ 250

207, 210

63, III, 143, 276



Amber-shore . 10, 35, 41-47, 58-62
Amber-trade with Adriatic 5,10,11,

59
. 62-3

. 44

. 47.59.61

348, 350-1, 372

. . 89

. 206-214

207, 210

• 367

63. 277. 346, 381

• 45. 351-7. 381

.291.353-8

379-82



with Britain

with Carnuntum

with Courland .

Ambrosius Aurelius
Amometus .
Ancestor-worship

feast of the dead

Andred's-Lea .
Aneurin, the Bard
Angles (Anglii)
Angles and Saxons
Anglian Kingdoms



Anglo-Saxon Chronicle
Animals, sacred



367. 371-8.
381-2

255. 285-9, 364. 383



PAGES

Anna, King .... 380
Antonine Itinerary . 324, 331-4

Antoninus Pius, Emp. 237, 313, 316
Apollo, worship of 5, 86, 251, 256, 336
Aquitanians . . 23, 149, 150
Arduinna ..... 257
Artabri . . . 8, 9, 16-7, 19
Arthur, King 243, 269, 277, 347-8,

351-2,373
Arvald, King . . . -373
Aryan customs 89, 148, 156-7, 161, 206
Asclepiodotus . . . 321-2

Asega-buch .... 358

Assart-land . . . 188, 199

Astre 186

Athens, custom of inheritance . 204

Atrebates 292

Attacosi, romance of . . .89
Attacotti . , . 237, 338-g

Augustine, mission of 378, 39.5, 39'
Augustus, Emp. . . . 291

Aurochs (Zubr) . . .51, 55-57
Auster-land .... 186

Badb (Irish) . . . .277
Badger . . . 145, 219, 241
Balder, worship of . .371, 377
Baltic 14, 40, 86, 124, 155, 157, 212,
Bambothus, R. . . . > ^3
Bards 2, 63, 86, 134, 151-2, 244-9,
277. 346,375-6, 381
Barrows, Long . 124-131, 137-142,
166-7, 362-4. 377. 393

Round 122, 139-145. 151. 163, 236

Continental . 124-6, 129, 167

Irish, Scotch, Welsh 126-7, 129,

131, 167, 263

Fairy Toote . . .124

Gavr Innis . . . 167



440



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PAGES

Barrows, HIlda's-Lowe 127, 359, 393

Hob o' th' Hurst . . 125

Hwittuc's-Lowe . .127

Kits Coty House 127, 142, 363

Maes Howe . • .129

Wayland's Smithy 126-7, 393

Basques .... i49. 15°
Batavi .... 295, 309

Baths, Roman . . 220, 270, 329
Bear .... 3- 288, 297

Beaver . . • • 3- 4' 224
Bede (cited) 197, 220-3, 312-3, 345,
353-5. 362, 366, 368, 371.
378, 381-2, 387-8, 391-398
Bee-culture . • 2, 222, 387

Beer, use of • . • • 3°
Belgse 102, 105, 112, 115, 158, 232,

292, 299
Bellnus (Beli) 252, 254, 267, 277-8, 325

Behsama 158

Beltain-feast . . 261-2, 267

Beowulf 344, 352, 359-60, 365, 382-4
Berroc, Wood of . . .223

Beuvray enamel .... 293
Boadicea {see Boudicca).
Boar, wild 3, 117, 130, 218, 224, 2S7
Boar-crest .... 43, 383
Bolanus, Vett. campaign of 306, 311-2
Boomerang, use of . . .114
Bondage .... 386-7

Bond-land. . . . 187-8

Boor-land 365

Boreads, legends of . . . 5> 86
Borough -English, meaning of 180-1

origin of custom 179-80, 194-7,

213-16

in Cornwall and Devon . 183

in Kent . . . 1S3, 185-6

in Somerset . . . 189

in Sussex . . 183-5, 187-8

round London . . .189

in other counties 1S3-4, 189, 199

prerogative of abolishing 201-2

extension to females . . 190

Borvo, worship of . . . 252
Boudicca . 274, 286, 296, 300-304

Bovinda (Boyne) . . . 256



PAGES

Box-woods .... 223

Bracton 203

Brande-erbe . . • .211
Branwen .... 278,280-1
Brehon Law . . . .268

Bretwalda 375

Brigantes 228, 232-240, 305, 318-320
Brigantia (goddess) . . • Z'^1
Brigit (fire-goddess) . 162, 276, 317
Britain, agriculture in ii5-7> 235-6

conquest by English 226, 342-373

dark tribes in 133-138, I47-I55,

158-162, 174

descriptions of 2, 3, 28-32, 85,

224-5. 235

division into provinces 323-4

dress and ornaments . . 63,

110-113, 240-1
Finnish tribes in 140-8, 162-167,

173

Gaulish settlements in 92-3, 97,

101-117, 158, 226-7

junior-right in . . 183-190

lake-dwellings in . . 132-3

languages of 94-101,156,158-9,

162, 226-7

legends as to . . 81, 83, 86

neolithic age in . .124, 130

paganism in . 238, 242-289

Roman conquest of . 290-307

Roman legions in 294,308-311

Roman roads in . 324-333

Roman walls in . 312-317, 339

scythed chariots . 114-5,240

tattooing, custom of . 164, 235

trade 12, 18, 35-6, 45, 230-1, 293

Britanni, continental . . . 103
Brittany, migrations to 229, 346, 350

cromlechs in . 124, 129, 167

junior-right in . . . 183

language of . . 94-5, 162

paganism . . 126, 210, 256

Pytheas, visit of 14, 17, 23-25,

270

tin-trade in . . 8, II, 37

Brittia, legends of . . 81-3, 358
Bronze Age 99, 117, 121, 139-146, 162-8



General Index.



441



PAGES

Bronze Age, weapons 112-5, 12 1-2, 144

lake-dwellings . . . 132

tin-trade . . . .11

Brownies (Boggarts) . , 209-10
Bructeri ..... 49
Brythonic tribes 96-101, 108, 226,
233. 246, 306
Bustard .... 130, 224



Caesar, J. invasion of Britain 26, 37,

102-7, 1 14-5, 226, 231-235, 258,

291-2, 295

his description of Veneti 26, 37,

230-2

of Hercynian Forest . 5i» 56

of Gaulish religion 250-5, 258-61,

266
Caledonia 134, 154, 164, 224, 306, 322

• 139

• 309
255.317



Callais, ornaments

Camelot

Camulus, worship of .

Cangi 159

Cannel-coal .... 144
Cantii .... 103-4

Caracalla, Emp. , .319, 324

Caractacus . . 238-9, 281, 294

Carausius, the chieftain . . 322
Carausius, Emp. . . 316, 319

Carthaginian Voyages 13, 15, 19-23
Cartismandua . . .237-9, 3^5
Carvilius, King .... 104
Cassate of land . . . 365, 367
Cassii .... 107-8

Cassivellaunus . . . .107
Castlesteads . . . • 3^3
Castor-ware .... 329
Catamanus, King . . . 322
Cateia, nature of . . .114
Catigern .... 362-3

Cattle, Celtic . . 56, 117, 130
Cattle, wild . . . 3, 4, 117

Catuvellauni . . . 107-8

Cave-dwellings . 2, 123, 131-2, 224
Ceawlin .... 374, 376-7
Celtiberia .... 94, 149
Celtica . . . . 17, 39, 46



Celtic Islands
Celtic nations



PAGES
17. 23-5



48, 96-7, lOO-I, 122,
148, 170

Celtic Promontory . . .23
Celts in Britain . . 102-19, 226-34

manners and customs 108-19,

145. 163-5, 171-2, 193. 207
Cenion, tin-mart . . . 230

Ceolwulf ..... 378
Cerdic . . . 371-3, 378

Cerealis Petilius, campaign of 305-6



Chariots (Covini)

Chatti

Chauci, customs of

Chrocus, King .



1 14-5, 240

52, 295

47-50

• 323



Cimbri 39, 47-9, 57-8, 64, 92, 246



Cingetorix ....
Circus, games in
Cissa .....
Claudius, Emp., his invasion 294, 302,

308

his triumph

suppressed Druidism

Clochans, Irish .



104

296-8

367



295-7
266



Cnebba
Cogidubnus
Coinage, British



. 131

• 377

. 300

3, 106, 230, 255,

293
no, 113

. 351



94.



Gaulish

Colgrim

Commius, House of . . 292-4

Condidan (Kynddylan) . . 375
Condrustis Pagus . . .310
Coneely, seal-legend . . . 289
Conmsegl, King .... 375
Conn the Hundred-fighter 135, 161
Constantine the Great, Emp. 32 1-4, 335
Constantine, the Usurper, Emp, 341
Constantius, Emp. . . 320-2, 335
Constantius II., Emp. . . 333

Copper implements . . I2I, 144
Copyhold . . 179, 184, 187-190
Coracle (Curragh) 34, 152, 232-3, 341
Coral ornaments . . . 293

Coranians ..... 246
Cordelia, legend of . . . 280
Coritavi . . . 232, 234-6



442



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PAGES




PAGES


Cornabii (Cornavii) . 2


26, 228, 233


Doctor-gate


. 328


Cornish language


. 94-5


Dower, customary


. 189, 190


Coronation-rites


.171-2


Druidesses


24, 267


Cotman-land


. 18S


Druids, British i


24, 230, 243, 247,


Cots-ale


. 390




258-264


Couvade, custom of .


. 150


Gaulish 249-25


I. 253, 259-261,


Cradle-holding


. 184




265-7


Crickets, superstitions as tc


) . 209


Irish and Scottish 151 -2, 258-260,


Crom-cruach


271-2




264-268


Cromlechs (see Barrows)




Drusus, expedition ol


. 295


Cvichulainn


241, 288-9


Dubnorix .


. 109


Culand, the Smith


. 289


Dukes of South-Saxons . . 367


Cunobeline


• 295


Durotriges .


. 229


Cursing-customs . 158,


175-6, 271


Dutigirn


. . . 381


Cutha


■ 374.376


Dwellings of Stone-Age 123,131-3


Cuthred . . , .


• 377


Dyes, use of


III-2, 221


Cuthwine . . , .


• 375






Cuthwulf . . . .


374, 376-7






Cwichelm . . . .


• 377


Earth, worship of


23, 43, 356


Cynegils . . . .


377-8


Earth-nut .


. . . 165


Cynewulf, poems of 352, 36


9. 382, 384


East Anglia


. 107, 357, 378-9


Cynric . . . .


96, 373-4


Edgar


• 395






Edwin the Fair 371,


375, 379-81, 396






Eel-fishery .


. 220, 366


Dagda (Irish) .


114,275-6


Egbert


• 375


Damnonii . . 139, 2


28-230, 232


Egrice


. 380


(Irish)


152, 228


Eider, R. .


. 357


(Scotch)


. 228


Electrides .


41, 60


in West Britain ,


228-232


Eleutherius, Pope


. . • 338


in Brittany .


. 229


Elixoia, legend of


. 86


Dancing-customs


149, 391


Elk .


. 51, 54-6, 162


David I. (Scotl.)


• 171


Embankments .


. 106-7, 218, 224


De Coulanges, on inheritan


ce 204-6


Enamelling, art of


. 293


Diana . . . .


331, 336


Eostra, goddess .


. 391


Diancecht . . , .


• 279


Epiphany-fires .


. 391


Dimetian Code .


. 182


Epona, worship of


• 317


Diocletian, Emp. 267, 32


0-3. 334-5


Ercenwine .


. . . 378


Dis-gavelling, right of


201-2


Eric the Ash


359-61


Dis Pater ....


. 114


Ermin Street


• 325-332


Divitiacus (Druid)


• 250


Etirun, a British god


. 256


Divitiacus (King)


. 102


Esus (Silvanus) .


. 254


Dobuni ....


• 232


Ethelbald .


• 377


Dogs, British


130, 294


Ethelbert . 368, 375


, 377-380, 394-5


Doles of land . . 167


. 191.389


Ethelwulf .


• 360, 373


Dolichenus (Jupiter) .


• 336


Etruscans .


114, 149, i6i


Dolicho-cephaly


• 137


Euric, King


• . 383


Don, family of .


278-9


Euthymenes, voj'age


f . . 13



General Lidex.



443





PAGES




PAGES


Evenus, (Evan III)


. . . 84


Gauls in Britain 92


-3, 97, IOI-II9,


Exeter Book


353. 369. 382, 384




158, 226-7






their customs


109-19, 234, 293






Attrebates .


. 292


Fairs .


.175,262-3


Belgse . 22


7, 232, 292, 299


Fairies . 135


152, 243, 272, 2S1


Cantii


103-4


Familiar spirits .


209-10, 214-216


Catuvellauni


107-8


Family-club


. 88


Iceni . . 106


-7, 227, 300-304


Farinmaegl, King


• 375


Parisii


. 292


Farthing-land .


. 18S


Regni


299-300, 367


Fenni, customs of


. 123


Trinobantes


. 105


Finn, King of Fries


land . 359, 360


Gelondan .


• . 387


Finn Mac Cumhal


. . . 248


Gavelkind .


185-9, 201-2


Finnish tribes .


122, 140, 146-8,


Genealogies, English


359-60, 371,




155, 162, 212-5




378-9


Fir-Bolgs .


. 135-6, 151-4


Swedish


• 352


Fir-Domhnan .


152-3, 228


Welsh


268-9, 288-9


Fir-Gailiun


152-3


Genuni


. 237


Fire-worship


. 157, 209, 211-4


Germany, descriptions


of 38-45, 58-61


Flint-mines


. 130


ethnology .


155, 163-4, 295


Fortunate Isles .


. . . 89


floods


. 48-9


Fosse -Way


325-327. 331. 393


forests of .


51-57


Francalmoigne .


. 211


legends 39, 47-49, 78-83, 85, 90


Franks . 126, 320


-I. 338-9.357.378


inheritance in


338-41, 343-73


Fraomar, King .


. 323


invasions from


191-3, 196-7,


Freia (Fricge) .


. 391




205-6


Freyr (Frea)


• 360, 377, 390


manners and customs 50, 92,


Frisians


47. 192. 315. 356-8




118-9, 131-2


Frontinus, Julius


. 305


paganism .


125, 171, 326,


Funeral-ale


208-9


336,356.359. 364-366, 371.377-






379. 380, 382-


3. 385. 390-398






Pytheas, visit of .


• 39.45-47


Gadeni


236-7


regiments from


295. 302, 310,


Gaelic tribes


2, 96-9, 154, 227


314.


320-1, 323, 339


Galatian language


. 94-5


village-customs in


• 387-389


Galgacus .


307


Germara, legend of .


3


Gargantua .


. 125, 250, 257


Gerontius ,


• 342


Gaul, Druidism in


249-254, 259-267


Geta, Emp,


• 319


language of


. 94, 97-8, 100,


Gevissi


• 369. 37S




104, 106, 227-8


Gildas . 222-3, 2


71.313. 349-51


Pytheas, visit to . . 25-6,72 |


Gillings-rock


. 88


religion of


158, 243, 249-258,


Glanville


. 200




272. 275,317


Glass-ornaments 62,


111-2, 143, 235


tin-trade in


II


Glendower, Owen


• 244


trade with Britain . 12,18, |


Gnomon, use of .


. 27




35-6. 45, 230, 293


Gnostics


• 337


troops from


• 314.319


Goidelic tribes . 96-


100, 154, 226-7



444



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PAGES

Gothones (Goths) 39, 42, 58-9, 61, 235
Graham's- Dyke. . . 316-7

Gratian, Emp. .... 340
Greek legends . . 5, 10, 77, 358
Greek romances . . 4. 5i 74-89, 358
Greek trade 6-8, I1-14, 17-19,32-6
Gregory, Pope . . . -344
Grimsdyke (Grimesditch) . . 107
Gruagach-stone .... 209
Gwyn (Gvvydion) 243, 246-8, 278-280
Gyrvian kingdoms . . . 379

Hadrian, Emp. . . 308, 312, 335
Hair-dressing . .112, 164,320
Hallamshire, customs . . 391

Hare . . . 219,286-7,391-2
Head-hunters . . . 108-9

Hearth-superstitions . . 206-212
Hecanas, Kingdom of . . 376

Heil, a Saxon idol . . . 395
Heinzelmann, legend of . .210
Heirlooms . 182-3, i90-i» 196, 198
Helena, Empress . . 321, 322
Hengist and Horsa 127, 344, 353,

59-365. 371
88, 357
. 51-6
367, 388
7. 359. 393
. 127
205, 211
80
181



Heruli

Hercynian Forest
Hide of land
Hilda, the war-goddess
Hiller, legend of
Hindoo Law
Hippopodes
Hoel the Good .
Hof-giiter .
Honorius, Emp. .
Hrede, Anglian goddess
Hugh the Mighty
Human sacrifice .
Hwiccas, Kingdoms of
Hy-jNIany .
Hy-Nyall .



193
342
391
244-6, 269
254-5, 261-6

376-7

135-6

. 170



Hyperboreans, legends of . 5, S7-9



PAGES

371, 380-2

325-327. 330-1, 393

• 143

• 94. 257

. 166

19, 20

94. 249. 256



Ida .

Ikenild Street

Incense-cups

Inscriptions, British

of Bronze Age

Carthaginian

Gaulish

Irish andWelsh 96, 99-101, 160- 1

Ogam . . 99, 100, 322

Roman . 308, 310, 315-7, 336

Runic . . . 362-3

lolo, the Bard . . . 244-5

Ireland, described 65, 78, 221-224, 240

customs 109, 1 18-9, 157-8, 165,

169-173, 181, 195, 240, 260-265

dark races 135-6,147-149, 158-160

fair races . . 96-100, 173

invasions from . . 338, 343

kings . . 263, 267, 307

lake-dwellings . . . 132-3

legends . 78,134-5,151-154,

161, 171-2, 240-1, 288

migrations to 93-6, 100- 1, 133-5,

152-4, 171

paganism 153, 207, 209, 256,

261-8, 270-82

tribes, Hy-Many . 135-6

Hy-Nyall . . . .170

Milesians . . 135-6,151-5

Picts (Cruitnigh) 154-5, 170, 268

Scots of Ulster . . 155, 339

Ui-Duinn .... 287

Irmin. ..... 326

Iron, use of 114, 122, 144, 164, 167, 220
Ith, the hero .... 135

Ivory, use of . . .145, 2_^o



Iberians
Iceni .



II, 17, 21, 23, 134,

148-150, 154, 258

. 106, 227, 300-4



Jade ....

Jammerholz

January-fires

Jet ....

Julia Domna, Emp. .

Junior-right, extent of

• in Brittany

England

Wales and Shetland



. 139

. 89

• 250
143-4

• 293
179-216

. 183

183-190

181-2



General Index.



445



PAGES

Junior-right, in France . 183, 190-1

Friesland and Flanders 191 -2

Germany . . . 192-3

Hungary . . 181, 212-14

China, India, Asia . 181, 213-4

among Ugrian tribes . . 181

in Russia . . . 193,213

Jungsten-recht . . . 179, 180

Jupiter, worship of 75, 247, 251, 254,

257. 320, 336

Justinian, Emp. .... 6

Jutes 355, 373

Juveignerie . . . .180



Kent, ancient accounts of 26-31, 37, 72

Gaulish kingdoms in . 102-4

local laws of . 185-189,200-2

Kerridwen, worship of 24-26,247-8
Kimmeridge shale . . . 144
Kobolds, legend of . . .210
Kynddylan (Condidan) . 346, 376



Lake-dwellings .

Landevennec, Abbey of

Land-marks

Lear, Llyr

Lemovians

Leprachaun

Lignite ornaments

Lindsey, kings of

Lindisfaras

Lipari Isles (Stromboli)

Lir, family of

Livonians, customs of

Lludd

Llywarch, the Bard .

Lollius Urbicus .

Lombards .

Lot-land .

Lot-meadows

Lucius, King

Luga, the fire-god

Lugi ....

Lugotorix .

Luridan, legends of .



2, 132-3, 286

• 350
. 167

278-282
. 42
. 209

• 144

• 379

• 379
72. 125

278-9
45. 212-3

• 279
175-6, 381

• 316

• 357
91-2, 388-9

167, 389
338

279
287
104
210



Lutin, offerings to
Lutons, legend of
Lygians



214

128

42



Macha (Irish) .... 277
Madelstad, custom . . 190- 1

Mael-Brigd . . . .162

Magic . 151-2,215,248-9,253,259,

264, 269
Maine, Sir H. S., on Brehon Laws 268
on primogeniture 195, 205-207,





211


on village communities


• 389


Magyars .


.212-3


Mainete, custom of .


. 191


Manannan (Manawyddan)


278-282


Mandrake ....


215-6


Manu, laws of .


. 205


Marcian, Emp. .


. 348


Marcus Aurelius, Emp.


• 310


Marl, use of . . .


. 116


Mars, worship of 251, 255,


317.328,




336


Mataris, use of .


• 113


Math (Mathonvvy)


• 279


Matres, worship of


257. 272


Maximian, Emp.


. 320


Maximus, Emp.


340-1


May-games


250, 261


Medb, Queen


. 272


Melkarth (Melicertes)


10, 14-5


Mello, Bishop .


• 338


Menapii .


160, 320


Meonwaras


• 355


Merchetum


• 387


Mercury-worship 251-2, 256,


317.377


Merlin ....


■ 244


Mertae ....


. 287


Metals and mining, calamine


II


copper . 10, II, 121,


144, 220


gold 9, 10, 122, 143-4, 164


,260,293


iron ....


122, 164


lead . 9, 10, 121-2,


220, 293


silver . 10, 122, 144, 220,


293. 304


tin 5-26,31-7,121,152-3,221


Metempsychosis 247, 248,


249, 266



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Metheglin .

Midnight Sun .

Midsummer Fires

Milesian tribes .

Minerva, worship of

Minne-drinking .

Mistletoe .

Mithras

Moedre Necht .

Mogh-Neid

Mogh-Nuadhat .

Monoxylic coffins

Moon-worship .

Morgan la P'aye

Morigu

Morimorusa

Moths, superstition as to

Moytura, battle of

Mutter-recht



35-6,
251-2



PAGES

30. 32

67, 68

■ 250

151-5
2, 270
208-9

• 253

■ 337

■ 394
. 162
, 162

163

7. 336
272

• 277
9.43. 57-8, 71

209

279
150



149



J76-



Names, in Aryan languages
Natanleod .
Neckar (Nissey)
Nectarides .
Neid (Irish)
Nemetona (Gaulish)
Nemon (Irish) .
Nennius



161

• 372
• 210, 393

• 339
162, 256, 277

. . 256

. 256, 277

322, 351-2, 361-2



Neolithic Age 100, 124, 128-33, ^37-9,

154-5. 174
Nerigo ..... 66
Nero, Emp. ... 60, 305
Nights, reckoning by . . . 251
Nodens (Nuadha, Nudd)



Nothelm, King .
Nud, the Damnonian
Nudd, family of
Nunna, King
Nutons, legend of



O'Brasil .
Oseones
Oceanus
Odal-law .
Odin-ponds



136, 162,

278-280

366-7

. 161

278-9

• 367
. 12S



272-3
. 80
45. 80
. 204



OfTa, legends of .

Offa, King .

Ogam writing

Ogma (Ogmius)

Ogyrfen

Ordovices .

Osburga

Osiris, worship of

Osismii (Ostidamnii)

Oslac .

Oslac, Duke

Osmund

Ossian

Ostiones . . 39

Ostorius Scapula

Oswald

Oswy

Otadeni

O there, voyage of

Owain



Palaeolithic age .

Parisii

Paulinus Suetonius

Pearl-fishery

Penda

Peutingerian Table

Phoenicians



233



PAGES
356-7

. 379
99, 100, 322
. 276
. 247
4, 306, 323
. 373
. 337

• 25

• 373

• 367

• 367

• 319
46-7. 51, 57. 62

159' 299. 300
. 375. 380

• 375
.236-7, 278

. 355
278, 288, 381



2, 3, 121-123

. 158, 292

258, 302, 305

220-1

• 377. 380

330-3

7-11, 14-5, 19



Picts . . 94, i54-5> 161, 164-166,
168-71, 226, 237, 246, 343, 353



of Scotland

of Ireland

Picts-houses

Picts' Wall

Pig-nuts

Pixies

Plautius, Aulus

Ploughland

Pomerania .

Pooka

Port, the chieftain

Portunes, legend of

Potteries . 129, I43-I45

Prasutagus

Preciput



155' 237. 338-9

154-5' 170, 268

131

312

165

209

29S-9

. 388

41, 88, 391

. 209

. 382

209, 210

308, 328-9

106, 301

191, iqS



Primogeniture, origin of custom 205-6



General Index.



447



PAGES

Primogeniture, domestic religion

205-216

duties of eldest . 205,211-12

sanctity of hearth . 206-212

offerings to the dead 206, 209-10

in England. . 188,197-203

— — in Germany . 193, 196-7, 205

— — in Normandy and Picardy 203-4



in Scandinavia

among females

Principals .
Publius Crassus .
Purple dye .
Pygmies, legends of .
Pytheas, expedition of

voyage to Cadiz .

to North Spain .

to Celtic Islands

to Kent

to Scotland



. 193. 204

188, 193, 199

. 191, 198

. 18

. 221

. 81

7. 12-14

.14-16

. 16-24

25-6, 270

26-31, 37, 72

32, 71



to the Rhine and Elbe 38-9, 45-6
to the Ostians . 46-8,51,59



to the Cimbri

to the Baltic

to the Amber Coast

to Thule

his return .

influence of his travels

account of his works .



Quains

Quaternary age .
" Quatuor Chimini "
Quern, use of
Quevaise, custom
Quief-mez, custom

Radulf
Redbald .
Redwald .
Red-deer . 53,

Redon, Abbey of
Regni

Reindeer .
Richard of Deeping
Riggate



• 57
. 58-60
. 61

67-71

. 71-2

74-84, 91

. 12-14,



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