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The Kappa Legend. a Comparative Ethnological Study on the Japanese Water-Spirit Kappa and Its Habit of Trying to Lure Horses Into the Water - Ishida, Yoshida

The Kappa Legend. a Comparative Ethnological Study on the Japanese Water-Spirit Kappa and Its Habit of Trying to Lure Horses Into the Water - Ishida, Yoshida

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Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture
The "Kappa" Legend. A Comparative Ethnological Study on the Japanese Water-Spirit "Kappa"and Its Habit of Trying to Lure Horses into the WaterAuthor(s): Ishida Eiichirô and 吉田健一Source:
Folklore Studies,
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THE
KAPPA
LEGEND
AComparativeEthnologicalStudyon theJapaneseWater-SpiritKappaand ItsHabit ofTryingtoLureHorses intotheWater
BY
IshidaEiichiroCONTENTS
FOREWORDCHAPTERI HorsesandWater-gods
TheJapaneseIslands(1)-Kappaluringhorsesintothe water(1)-Pasturesbythewater-side(1)-Finehorses siredbydragons(1)-Finehorsesappearoutofthewater(2)-Chinaanditsborders(3)-Dragon-horses(3)-Dragonsturnintohorses,andhorsesintodragons(4)-Dragonsandcelestial horses(7)-Pasturingmaresbythewatersideso thattheymaybearfinesteeds(7)-Divinehorsesinthe water(11)-Water-godson horseback(13)-Horsesand floods(14)-WhiteHorse Cave(15)-Undergroundwater(15)-Water-horsesofCentralAsia(16)-TingPu-lingof Annam(18)-River-godsseekto drawhorsesintothewater(19)-Sacrificeofhorses towater-gods(20)-Importationof Chinesebooks(21)-WesternandnorthwesternpartsofChina(22)-Sea-stallion(23)-TheThousandNightsandOneNight(23)-Wildmalesanddomesticatedfemales(24)-TheCaucasus etc.(26)-Rashi,thewingedhorse(26)-Anahita(27)-APermianidol(27)-Islamicculture andsea-stallions(27)-Prowsintheformofhorses'heads(28)-ThegodVaruna(28)-TheFinnicpeoples(28)-Nikki,thewater-spirit(29)-TheGermanicpeoples(29)-Hoofspointingbackward(30)-Odinand theNakki(31)-Scotland(32)-Kelpies (32)-TheBoobrieetc.(32)-Ironasacharm(33)-Charmsagainstwater-spirits(34)-Ireland(35)-Manannan'swhitehorse(35)-FinesteedsofCichulainn(35)-St.Michaelandothers(35)-ThegoddessEpona(36)-France(36)-Themagicalpropertiesof water(36)-Spain(37)-"Horsesoftheflood"(37)-Russia(37)-ThemareRusalka(37)-Bohemia(38)-Misshapenformsand thenetherworld(38)-Barks oftreeshavemagicpowers(38)-Lausitz(39)-Headlessblack horses(39)-Hungary(40)-SouthernSlavs(40)-Thechariot ofthesun(40)-TheGreeksandtheMediterranean(40)-Poseidon,thehorse-god(40)-AreionandPegasus(40)-Poseidononhorseback(41)-Sacrificeofhorses(41)-TheearthandPoseidon(42)-Poseidonthebull-man(42)-Godoftheblossomingbough(42)-Greatsea-bull(43)-MissHarrison'stheory(43)-The Minotaur,theCretanbull(43)-Minos,thepriestandking-god(44)-Egypt,CreteandGreece
 
THEKAPPA LEGEND(44)-Atlantis(44)-Bullhuntingandbull-fights (45)-Sacredpillarsandsacri-ficialbulls(45)-Mycenaeancultureand theworshipofPoseidon(45)-Thesunand Poseidon(45)-Poseidon,theforeigngod(46)-Thecomingofhorses toCrete(46)-Libyanorigin(46)-Southwardmovementof the horse(47)-Therearingandworshipof oxen(49)
CHAPTERII OxenandWater-gods
EduardHahn(50)-Themysteryof the moon(51)-Themoonand women(51)-Thecow andthe horn(52)-Religiousoriginof domesticanimals(52)-Thewheelandtheplough(52)-Nomadicsphereofculture(53)-Theox and thehorse(54)-Thefemaleprinciple,themoon,theoxandagriculture (55)-Figurinesof theprimitiveAll-mother(56)-Thespiral,theserpentandthemoon(56)-TheMotherEarth(57)-Lunarmythology (57)-Fertilityandox-worship(57)-Themoonandwater(59)-Therain-cow(60)-Themoonandthewateroflife(61)-Thehorseand the moon(62)-Horsesofthe sun(62)-Worshipof thesky(63)-Thereplacingoftheox with thehorse(63)-Poseidonasearth-godandgodofagriculture(64)-Thecorn-spiritand the horse(64)-Waterandtheox(66)-Courtshipof awater-god(66)-Sacrificeofvirgins (67)-Oxenand horsesofferedtowater-gods(68)-Horse-headedagricultural gods (68)-NorthandSouth(72)-TheSlavs(73)-Thewater-man(73)-TheTurks(73)-TheFinno-Ugricpeoples(74)-Water-festivals,oxenand horses(74)-Masterof thewater(75)-Oxenkept bywater-spirits(75)-Oxenoftheearth-spiritandtheoxenofwells(76)-TheGermanicpeoples (77)-Thewater-bull(77)-TheCelts(77)-TheSemites(78)-"Oxen'swell"(78)-Thebullwhich bearsthe"sea"(78)-Petsians(79)-Whitehorsesandriver-gods (79)-Sacrificeof cows(79)-Distributionof thewater-horselegendand theIranianpeoples(80)-Sacredurineofoxen(80)-India(81)-Pre-Aryanculture(81)-Sacrificesto theflooddemon(82)-Buffalodemon(82)-Varunainthe Asvamedha(83)-ThehorseandthemysteriesofMrtyu-Prajapati-Asvamedha(84)-Aditi(84)-TheEarth-Motherandoxen(85)-Godsof thunderandrain,andoxen andhorses(85)-Indra-Adadtypeofthunder-god(86)-Moon,thunderand rain(86)-Thethunder-godmountedonthe bull(87)-Thethunder-godasthegodoffertility(87)-Susa-no-o-no-mikoto(89)-Thunder-godsinthe formofserpents(89)-Chinaand herborderregions(90)-Thunderandthedragon (90)-Wickeddragonsdestroyed bythunder(90)-Thechiao-dragonintheformofoxen(91)-Originof the domesticationof oxenand horses(91)-Theox-headedShen-nung(93)-Water-horsesandwater-oxenintheShan-hai-ching(93)-"Oxintheserviceoftheriver-prince"(94)-Anironoxquellsa riverinflood(95)-Tree-spiritinthe formofa blueox(96)-Single-hornedoxenof thesacredtree(97)-Blueoxeninthewater(98)-Mongolianwater-oxen(98)-Oxenandwindandrain(99)-Goldenoxandgoldenchain(100)-GoldenoxinAnnam(102)-HsiiChen-chiinimprisonsanevilchiao-dragon(103)-Ironpillarsandironchains(103)-Chiao-dragonsfeariron(104)-Fightswithoxeninthewater(104)-LiPingandtheriver-god (104)-Bull-fightandfertilityrites(106)-Clayoxenandta-ch'un(107)-Oxen,thesheandthe tsu(107)-Oxenand themegalithicculture(108)-Carpturnedintoiron(108)-Stonesintheearth(109)-Carp,chiao-dragons,andserpents
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