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Sir James George Frazer (1854–1941).  The Golden Bough.  1922.

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Jay, blue, as scapegoat, 545
Jeoud, sacrificed by his father, 293
Jerome on the worship of Adonis, 346
—— of Prague, 118
Jerusalem, the Temple at, 225; mourning for Tammuz at, 326; religious music at, 334
Jewish hunters, 228
Jewitt, John R., 698
Jews, attitude of, to the pig, 472; their ablutions, 473; use of scapegoats, 569, 572
Jinn, 145, 540
Jinnee of the sea, virgins married to a, 146
Judah, idolatrous kings of, 79
Judas, effigies of, burnt, 615, 616
Jukos, the, of Nigeria, 270
Julian, the Emperor, 109, 336, 346
Juniper berries, houses fumigated with, 560
Juno, 150, 151, 164, 165; Moneta, 150
Jupiter, Roman kings in the character of, 148, 152; as god of the oak, the rain, and the thunder, 160; and Juno, doubles of Janus (Dianus) and Diana, 164; and Dionysus, 388
—— Capitoline, 148, 150; Elicius, 149; Latian, 150; Liber, temple of, 225
Jutland, superstitions about a parasitic rowan in, 702
Juturna, a water nymph, 165
Kabyle story of the external soul, 674
Kachins of Burma, 219
Kadiak, island off Alaska, 208
Kai, tribe in New Guinea, 498, 581, 694
Kakian association in Ceram, 696
Kalamba, a Congo chief, 198
Kali, Indian goddess, 94
Kalmucks, the, 534; story of the external soul among the, 675
Kamilaroi, the, 498
Kamtchatkans, the, 78, 520, 529
Kangaroo, eaten to make eater swift-footed, 496
Kansas Indians, 496
Kapus or Reddis in Madras Presidency, 73
Kara-Kirghiz, the, 120
Karens of Burma, 183, 185, 230, 415
Karma-tree, ceremony over a, 342
Karo-Bataks of Sumatra, 40, 185, 233
Karok Indians of California, 528
Karpathos, island of, 545
Katajalina, an Australian spirit, 693
Kavirondo, tribes of, purification of manslayers among the, 215
Kayans of Borneo, 82, 117, 211, 221, 414, 496
Kei Islands, the, magical telepathy in, 24, 26; treatment of the navel-string in, 40; expulsion of demons in, 548; birth custom in, 679
Kekchi Indians of Guatemala, 138
Keramin tribe of New South Wales, 76
Keremet, a god of the Wotyaks, 144
Kettles used to mimic thunder, 77
Key of the field, 430
Keys, bunch of, as a charm, 226
Khalíj, old canal at Cairo, 370
Khan, ceremony at visiting a Tartar, 198; the Great, 228
Khön-ma, Tibetan goddess, 492
Khonds, the, 256, 434, 557
Khor-Adar Dinka, the, 270
Kibanga, king of, 270
Kickapoo Indians, 214
Kid, surname of Dionysus, 390
Kidneys tabooed to Malagasy soldiers, 22
Killer, of the Elephant, official who throttles sick kings, 271; of the Rye-woman, 428
Killing the spirit of the wind, 82; the divine king, 264283; the tree-spirit, 296323; the divine animal, 499518; a god, 533, 538, 587592
Kimbunda, the, of West Africa, 498
King, the killing of the divine, 264283; his life sympathetically bound up with the prosperity of the country, 267, 268, 592; sacrifice of his son, 289293; responsible for weather and crops, 292. See also Kings
King and Queen, at Athens, 9; at Whitsuntide, 132, 299; of May, 132, 299, 320
King, the Grass, 130, 299; the Leaf, 130; the Roman, as Jupiter, 148
King of the Bean, 586; of the Calf, 458; of Fire, 108, 176, 266; of Rain, 70; of Rain and Storm, 107; of Sacred Rites at Rome, 9, 106, 152, 157; of Water, 108, 176, 266; of the Wood at Nemi, 1, 3, 8, 106, 140, 147, 163, 164, 167, 269, 296, 300, 301, 586, 593, 703, 710; of the Years at Lhassa, 573, 574
King Hop in Siam, 284, 285
King’s evil, 90, 204
—— Race at Whitsuntide, 129
Kings, priestly, 9, 169, 203; Teutonic, 9; magicians as, 8391; touch for scrofula, 90; divinity of, 91; as gods in India, 100; temples built in honour of, 104; sacrifices to, 104; of nature, 106109; of rain, 108; of fire and water, 108; Roman, 147149, 151, 152; supernatural powers attributed to, 149, 168; paternity of, 154; their lives regulated by strict rules, 168, 194; taboos observed by, 171; beaten before coronation, 176; portraits of, not on coins, 193; guarded against the magic of strangers, 198; not to be seen eating and drinking, 198; forbidden to leave their palaces, 200; tabooed, 202; foods tabooed to, 238; names of, tabooed, 257259; killed when strength fails, 265; attacks on, permitted, 267, 275; worshipped after death, 268; killed at the end of a fixed term, 274; dying by deputy, 278; temporary, 283289; torn in pieces, traditions of, 378; trace of the custom of slaying them annually, 440
Kingship, evolution of the sacred, 105; descent of the, in the female line, 152, 154, 155; burdens and restrictions attaching to the early, 168, 175; tenure of the, 279281
Kingsley, Miss, on soul-traps, 188
Kinship of men with crocodiles, 519
Kiowa Indians, 253
Kirghiz, the, 156, 249, 602
Kirn, last corn cut, 406, 407
Kiwai, natives of, 379
Klamath Indians of Oregon, 255
Knife as charm against spirits, 226 not to be left edge upwards, 227

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