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

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Talmud, the, on menstruous women, 604
Talos, legend of, 280
Tamarind tree, sacred, 118
Tammuz, or Adonis, 325; the lover of Ishtar, 325; laments for, 326; mourned for at Jerusalem, 327; as a corn-spirit, 338; his bones ground in a mill, 338, 442; perhaps represented by the mock king of Sacaea, 442443
Tana (Tanna), one of the New Hebrides, contagious magic of clothes in, 43; magic practised on refuse of food in, 201
Tapio, woodland god in Finland, 141
Tar barrel, burning, swung round pole at Midsummer, 625
Tara, capital of ancient Ireland, 173, 273
Tari Pennu, earth goddess, 434
Taro plants beaten to make them grow, 581
Tarquin the Elder, 152
—— the Proud, 150
Tartar Khan, ceremony at visiting a, 198
—— stories of the external soul, 675, 676
Tartars, the Buddhist, 102
Tasmania, 252
Tatius, king of Rome, 152, 158
Tattoo marks of priests of Attis, 352
Tattooing in the Punjaub, 180
Tauric Diana, her image brought by Orestes to Italy, 2; only to be appeased with human blood, 6
Taygetus, Mount, sacrifices to the sun on, 79
Taylor, Rev. J. C., 570
Teeth, contagious magic of, 3839; of rats and mice in magic, 39; of ancestor in magical ceremony, 78; of sacred kings preserved as amulets, 109; loss of supposed effect of breaking a taboo, 206; as a rain-charm, 234; extracted, kept against the resurrection, 236
Tegner, Swedish poet, 664
Tein-eigin, need-fire, in Scotland, 617, 618
Telepathy, magical, 22, 24, 25
Telugus, their way of stopping rain, 64
Temple at Jerusalem, built without iron, 225
Temples built in honour of living kings of Babylon, and of Egypt, 104
Tenedos, isle of, 291, 392
Tepehuanes of Mexico, 193
Teton Indians, 524
Teutonic kings as priests, 9; stories of the external soul, 672; thunder-god, 160
Tezcatlipoco, Mexican god, 587
Thargelia, Greek festival of the, 579, 582
Thebes, the Boeotian, grave of Dionysus at, 389
Thebes, in Egypt, 142, 174; Valley of the Kings at, 377; annual sacrifice of ram to Ammon at, 477, 500
Theddora tribe of South-east Australia, 498
Theocracies in America, 170
Theogamy, divine marriage, 140
Theology distinguished from religion, 50
Theseus and Hippolytus, 4
Thesmophoria, ancient Greek festival, 353, 371, 389, 469, 470
Thevet, F. A., 88
Thieves’ candles, 30, 31, 56
Thlinkeet or Tlingit Indians, 234, 528, 600
Thompson Indians of British Columbia, 27, 45, 487, 708
Thonga, Bantu tribe of South Africa, 708
Thor, the Norse thunder-god, 160
Thorn bushes to keep off ghosts, 207
Thorns, wreaths of, hung up as a sign to warn off strangers, 558
Thoth, Egyptian god of wisdom, 362, 364
Thrace, worship of Dionysus in, 386; the Bacchanals of, 390; human scapegoat in, 579
Thracian gods ruddy and blue-eyed, 260
Thread, use of, in magic, 181, 242, 545
Thresher of the last corn, 400, 405406, 448, 456, 458, 460
Thresher-cow, in the Canton of Zurich, 458
Threshing, customs at, 400, 405, 418, 428429, 431, 448, 449, 451, 453, 456, 458, 460
Threshing-dog, 448
Thrumalum, mythical being in Australia, 693
Thunar or Donar, German thunder-god, 160
Thunder, imitation of, 63; kings expected to make, 149; expiation for hearing, 174; Midsummer fires a protection against, 627, 629
Thunder-beings, 524; -besom, 662, 709; -bird, the mythical, 599; -god, 161
Thunderbolt, Zeus surnamed the, 159
Thuremlin, a mythical being, 692
Thüringen, homoeopathic magic at sowing flax in, 28; May King in, 129; Whitsuntide mummers in, 298, 300; carrying out Death in, 308; customs at threshing in, 405, 458; the Harvest-cock in, 451; “the Boar in the corn” in, 460; Midsummer fires in, 656
Tiber, puppets thrown into the, 493
Tibet, the Grand Lamas of, 102; incarnate human gods in, 103; vicarious use of images in, 492; human scapegoats in, 572
Tibetan new year, 572
Tides, homoeopathic magic of the, 34, 35
Tigers, respected in Sumatra, 519
Timmes, the, of Sierra Leone, 176
Timor, island of, telepathy in, 26; fetish or taboo rajah in, 177; war customs in, 212; transference of fatigue to leaves in, 540
Timorlaut Islands, 526, 564
Tinneh or Déné Indians, 208; of North-west America, 486
Titans kill Dionysus, 388
Tiyans of Malabar, 602
Tlingit or Thlinkeet Indians, 234, 528, 600
Tlokoala, a secret society of the Nootka Indians, 699
Toads in relation to rain, 73
Tobacco, used as an emetic, 484485
Tobacco smoke, priest inspired by, 95
Toboongkoo, the, of Central Celebes, 116
Todas, a tribe of Southern India, 100, 175, 534
Togoland, expulsion of devils in, 555
Tolalaki, the, of Central Celebes, 498
Tolampoos, the, of Central Celebes, 244
Tomori, the, of Central Celebes, 116, 416
Tonapoo, the, of Central Celebes, 117
Tonga, chief’s touch thought to heal scrofula in, 90; veneration paid to divine chiefs in, 177; kings of, 203, 231; tabooed persons not allowed to handle food in, 206; ceremony performed after contact with a sacred chief in, 473

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