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Prevuius group

Group No. 195


Letter

P. Society

Group No.

P100 – P199

Group name

Other social orders

Description

P110. Royal ministers. Missouri French: Carrière.
 
P111. Banished minister found indispensable and recalled. *Chauvin VI 38 No. 207 n. 5; India: Thompson-Balys.
 
P116. Minister acts as stepping-stone in midst of flame-filled trench so that king can step across from one side to the other. India: Thompson-Balys.
 
P120. Church dignitaries. Irish myth: Cross.
 
P150. Rich men. Irish myth: Cross; Missouri French: Carrière.
 
P151. Man so rich that people prefer the dung from his mules over king‘s gold and silver. Jewish: Neuman.
 
P160. Beggars. Irish myth: Cross; Missouri French: Carrière; Jewish: Neuman.
 
P161. Beggars’ many children. *Wesselski Bebel II 131 No. 97, 136 No. 107.
 
P162. Lepers. Irish myth: Cross; Jewish: Neuman.
 
P162.1. Naked leper. Irish myth: Cross.
 
P163. Beggar rewarded by king for poem (song). India: *Thompson-Balys.
 
P170. Slaves. Irish myth: Cross.
 
P170.0.1. Female slaves. (Cf. P173.1.) Irish myth: Cross.
 
P170.0.1.1. Female slaves as medium of exchange (unit of value). Irish myth: Cross.
 
P171. Branding person makes him one’s slave for life. Wesselski Hodscha Nasreddin II 198 No. 391.
 
P171.1. Slave‘s ear bored. Jewish: *Neuman.
 
P171.2. Bond woman with rope girding her loins. Jewish: Neuman.
 
P172. Requirement that slaves given as tribute should not know Irish. Irish myth: Cross.
 
P173. Captive king’s sons made slaves. Irish myth: Cross; Jewish: Neuman.
 
P173.1. Captive king‘s daughter as slave. Icelandic: Boberg.
 
P173.2. Killed enemy’s son as slave. Icelandic: Boberg.
 
P173.3. Captives from battle sold as slaves. Icelandic: *Boberg.
 
P173.4. Futile attempt to get rid of man by selling him to merchants as slave. Icelandic: Boberg.
 
P174. Children of slave and free person become slaves. Hawaii: Beckwith Myth 300.
 
P175. Slave killed. Icelandic: *Boberg.
 
P175.1. Slave hanged. Icelandic: *Boberg.
 
P176. Murder by slaves. Icelandic: Boberg.
 
P177. Origin of thralls. Icelandic: Boberg.
 
P178. Slaves freed. Icelandic: *Boberg.
 
P178.1. Knocking out a slave‘s tooth entitles him to freedom. Jewish: Neuman.
 
P178.2. Slaves released after definite term. Jewish: Neuman (seven years).
 
P190. Other social orders – miscellaneous. Irish myth: Cross.
 
P191. Social status of foreigners. Irish myth: Cross.
 
P192. Madmen (fools, professional fools). Irish myth: Cross.
 
P192.1. Professional fool. Irish myth: Cross.
 
P192.2. Fool as clever judge. Irish myth: Cross.
 
P192.3. Fool can walk on water. Irish myth: Cross.
 
P192.4. Fool can live under water. Irish myth: Cross.
 
P192.5. Fool makes friends with birds and beasts. Irish myth: Cross.
 
P192.6. Customary to shave heads of demented so that they may be recognized as such. Irish myth: Cross.
 
P192.7. Fool recognized by lump on his forehead. Irish myth: Cross.

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