Index (3)

From A Smaller Social History of Ancient Ireland 1906

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INDEX

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N.B.—The numbers in parentheses after names of places denote the squares of the map where the names are to be found.

GAELIC LANGUAGE, 181, 197, 198.
Gaels, 35, 105.
Galloglass, a heavy-armed foot-soldier, 27, 68.
Galway (32), 482.
Game for hunting, 511.
Gamanraide of Connaught, 42.
Gap of danger, 46.
Garland of Howth, 242.
Garlic, 366.
Garnets, 401.
Garters, 394.
Gaul, 34, 36, 95, 295.
Gaulish druids, 95, 101, 102.
—— gods, 104.
—— language, 198.
—— workshops, ancient, 450.
Gauls, 105, 119, 125, 177, 306, 345, 404, 484, 485.
Gavelkind, 83, 86.
Gavra, Battle of, 45.
Geese, 357.
Geis, a prohibition, a thing forbidden, 131.
Genealogies, 212, 232.
Geniti-glinni, sprites of the valley, 114.
Geometry studied by Irish, 194, 195.
Geraldines, the, 69.
Germans, 177.
Germany, 149.
Gertrude, daughter of Pepin, 252.
Giants' graves: see Cromlech.
Giant's Sconce near Coleraine, 42.
Gibeah, slingers of, 49.
Gilla, modern giolla, a boy, a gillie or attendant, 67.
Giraldus Cambrensis, 57, 58, 80, 125, 242, 252.
Girdles, 370, 391, 394.
Glaisin, woad for dyeing, 92.
Glandore in Cork (59), 111.
Glannagalt in Kerry, 97.
Glasnevin near Dublin, 175, 181.
Glass, 294, 295.
Glastonbury, 145, 195.
Gleemen, 516, 517.
Glossaries, 201.
Glosses, 198, 211.
—— described, 199.
Gloves, 394, 395.
Goad, 427, 490.
Goaling or hurling, 513.
Goats, 355.
Gobban Saer, the architect, 436.
—— St., 175.
Goblins, 104 and following pp.; 113.
God, names for, 104.
Gods, pagan, 95, 101, 104.
Goibniu, the Dedannan smith-god, 325, 435, 440.
Goidels or Gaels, 35.
Goidelic or Gaelic language, 197.
Gold, 9, 244, 399, 476, 477, 501.
—— in Ireland and England compared, 400, 420.
—— mines, 245.
—— and silver as mediums of exchange, 476, 477, 478.
—— balls for hair, 418, 419.
—— objects in Nat. Museum, List of, 420
Golden Vale, the, 337.
Goldsmiths, 437, 449.
Goliath, 463.
Goll mac Morna, 43.
Good People, i.e. fairies, 107.
Gordon, Bernard, the physician, 270.
Gorgets, 404 to 410.
Goshawks, 4.
Gospels, 217, 240, 242, 243.
Gossipred, 287.
Gougane Barra in Cork (55), 153, 154.
Gouge (a carpenter's), 448, 449.
Gout in the hands, 272.
Government by kings, chap. ii.
Grainne, d. of Cormac mac Art, 327.
Grain-rubber, 461.
Grammars, Ancient Irish, 201.
Grammatica Celtica of Zeuss, 200, 201.
Granard (22), 119.
Graves and graveyards, 534 to end.
Gravy, 356.
Grazing, 431, 432.
Grazing animals, classification of, 431.
Greaves (for legs), 59.
Greek and Roman writers on Ireland, 494.
Greek language in monastic schools, 175, 180,181.
Greeks, 23, 54, 64, 97, 238, 260, 264, 265, 276, 283, 308, 345, 347, 377, 425, 450, 500, 502.
Green as a national colour, 384.
Greenan, a summer-house, 293, 300.
Greenan Lachtna, palace, 338.
Greenan-Ely, 331: see Ailech.
Grey Abbey in Down, 160.
Greyhounds, 505.
Grian of the Bright Cheeks, 111.
Griffith, Sir Richard, 434.
Grinding corn, chap. xxi.
Grindstone, 449.
Groom, the chief's or king's, 29.
Ground colour in dyeing, 466.
Groups of society, 80.
Gryffith ap Conan, k. of Wales, 252.
Guaire the Hospitable, 304.
Guest-house of monastery, 142.
Guests, 373.
—— order of, at table, 343, 344.

HAGGARD, 6, 311, 427.
Hair and hair dressing, 377 to 380; 418.
Hallowe'en or All Hallows night, 112.
Halter (for animals), 427.
Hammer, 441, 447.
Handel's Harmonious Blacksmith, 260.
Handicrafts taught, 184: see Crafts.
Hands, clapping of, in divination, 99.
—— well-shaped, 376.
Handstone as a weapon, 49.
Hanging as a punishment, 90.
Hare, the, 4, 508.
Harlots, 517.
Harmony in Irish music, 260.
Harp, 251, 254, 255, 256, 257, 501.
Harpers, Irish, 251 to 257.
—— travelling through Scotland, 263.
Hash or pottage, 355.
Hat or cap, 395.
Hatchet or axe, 445, 446.
Haughton, the Rev. Samuel, 226.
Hawks, 4.
Hazel and hazel-nuts, 100, 102, 367.
Head laid on bosom as a salutation, 518.
Head-gear, 395.
Headstones, 547, 548, 549.
Healy, the Most Rev. Dr., 137.
Heaven, the pagan, 124, 509.
Hebrews, 527.
Hebrides, the, 69, 512.
Hell-gate of Ireland, 112.
Helmet, 59.
Hennessy, W. M., 342.
Henry II., 357.
—— VIII., 139.
Heptarchy, the, 30.
Herald, 63.
Herb-doctors, 280.
Herb-garden, 6, 365.
Herbs in medicine, 263, 277, 280.
—— popular knowledge of, 280.
Herding and herdsmen, 432.
Heremon, first Milesian king, 120.
Hermits, Irish, 136, 152, 153.
Herons, 357.
Hiberi, Hiberni, i.e. the Irish, 348.
Hides and skins, 382, 383.
—— used for beds, 303
—— as tablecloths, 347.
—— exported, 495.
—— used for curraghs, 491, 492.
High crosses, 249, 416, 485, 486.
Hired soldiers, 47.
Historian, see Shanachie.
Histories of Ireland, 231.
History of music, 251.
Hobbies and hobellers, 487.
Holed-stones, 423, 424.
Holyhead, 35.
Holy Island, in Lough Derg, 8.
—— wells, see Wells.
Homer, 54, 64.
Homestead, 298, 299.
Homicide, 89, 90.
Honey, 350, 351, 362.
—— treated of, 363.
Honours and rewards for learning, 190.
Hood (for head), 387, 389, 395.
Hoops and hooped vessels, 314.
Hornblowing as a trade-signal, 464, 465.
Horncastle's Irish Music, 262.
Horns, 257, 501.
—— for drinking, 315.
Horse and foot, 67.
Horse-riding, 4, 487 to 490; 501, 510.
Horse-rod for guiding, 489, 490.
Horses, 29, 487.
—— and stables, keeper of, 29.
Horse-shoeing, 490.
Horsewhip, 490.
Hospitalia (Irish) on the Continent, 375.
Hospitality, 5, 372 373.
Hospitals, 279.
Hostages, 22, 325.
Hostels, public, 4, 187.
—— described, 372.
Hot-air bath, 277.
Hounds, 504, 505, 506.
House, the, chap xvi.
—— builders of, 5.
—— of manuscripts, 205.
—— steward, 28
Household of kings, 25.
Howth (36), 329.
Human sacrifice, 102, 119.
Hunting, 3, 377, 504, 505, 506, 507, 508, 510, and following pages.
Hurling or goaling, 513.
Hurts or whortleberries, 368.
Husband and wife, 283 to 286.
Hy Many, 18.
Hymns, 222.

I-BRAZIL, the enchanted island, 124.
Iceland, 149.
Ictian Sea, the English Channel, 33.
Idol, idols, 95, 118.
Ierne and Iernis, Ireland, 491.
Illumination of MSS., 238 to 244; 454.
Immortality of the soul, 102, 125.
Inauguration of kings, 19, 324.
Incantations, 97, 129, 265.
Inchagoill, in Lough Corrib, 547.
India and Indians, 88, 527.
Industrial education, 184, 287.
Industries: see Trades and Industries.Ingcel the marauder, 99.
Inishcaltra (38), 8.
Inishmurray off Sligo coast (15), 144, 153, 279.
Ink and ink-horn, 203.
Innisfallen island and college, 229.
Insanity, 96, 97.
Inscriptions, 546, 547, 548, 549.
—— tombs with, 547.
Interest on loans, 519.
Interior arrangements of house, 300 to 305.
Intermarriages between Irish and British, 35.
Intoxication, 348.
Inver Colpa, 13.
Iona (island), 143, 144, 145, 146, 183, 219.
Irish language and literature, chap. viii.
—— modern students of, 202.
Irish music, chap. xiii.
—— collections of, 262.
—— musicians as teachers, 252.
Iron, 434.
Isaiah the prophet, 241.
Isle of Man, 36, 108: see Manx.
Isthmian games of Greece, 499, 502, 503.
Italy and Italians, 149, 163, 244, 295.

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