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Group No. 68


D. Magic

Group No.

D800 – D899

Group name

Ownership of magic objects


D800. D800. Magic object. *Toldo Studien zur vgl. Littgsch. VIII 60ff.; *Siuts 89ff.; *Penzer I 25ff., V 3 n 1, IX 142; *Tibbals “Elements of Magic in the Romance of William of Palerne” MPh I (1903) 355 ff.; *Easter A Study of Magic Elements in the Romans d‘Aventure (Dissertation, Baltimore 1906).
D801. D801. Ownership of magic object. Irish myth: Cross.
D801.1. D801.1. Magic objects possessed by witch, sorcerer or evil dwarf. (Cf. F451.7, G234, D1711.) German: Grimm Nos. 53, 56, 60, 191.
D803. D803. Magic objects created by deity.
D803.1. D803.1. Magic objects created by God on sixth day. (Cf. A0). Jewish: Neuman.
D804. D804. Ineffable name written on object renders it magic. (Cf. C431.) Jewish: Neuman.
D805. D805. Magic object to be used only in extreme need. Italian: Basile introduction.
D806. D806. Magic object effective only when exact instructions for its use are followed.
D806.1. D806.1. Magic object effective when struck on ground once only. Second blow renders useless. Africa (Bulu): Krug JAFL XXV 113 No. 9.
D806.2. D806.2. Magic charm (formula) used injudiciously brings death to owner’s wife, children, himself. India: Thompson-Balys.
D810 – D859.
D810. D810. Magic object a gift. *BP I 361; *Aarne JSFO XXVII 1 – 96. – Irish myth: Cross; Icelandic: *Boberg; India: *Thompson-Balys.
D811. D811. Magic object received from God (a god). *Toldo IX 451ff. – Irish myth: *Cross; Icelandic: Örvar-Odds saga 138 – 41, Boberg; Finnish: Kalevala rune 36; Breton: Sébillot Incidents s.v. “baguette”; Greek: Fox 40, *Grote I 88.
D811.1. D811.1. Magic object received from goddess. Hartland Perseus III 109; India: *Thompson-Balys.
D811.2. D811.2. Magic object falls down from the heaven. India: Thompson-Balys.
D811.2.1. D811.2.1. Magic needle and thread fall from heaven as result of prayer. (Cf. D1766.1.) India: Thompson-Balys.
D812. D812. Magic object received from supernatural being. Japanese: Ikeda.
D812.1. D812.1. Magic object received from saint. BP I 361. – Irish myth: *Cross; Icelandic: *Boberg; French Canadian: Barbeau JAFL XXIX 15f.; India: *Thompson-Balys; Chinese: Eberhard FFC CXX 25, 50.
D812.2. D812.2. Magic object received from demigod. Africa (Ekoi): Talbot 18.
D812.3. D812.3. Magic object received from devil. *Aarne MSFO XXV 39. – Irish myth: Cross; Breton: Sébillot Incidents s.v. “baguette”; Hindu: Penzer IX 45 n. 1.
D812.4. D812.4. Magic object received from ghost. *Aarne MSFO XXV 39; *Chauvin V 78 No. 22 n. 1. – Icelandic: *Boberg; Chinese: Eberhard FFC CXX 25; Africa (Ekoi): Talbot 47, 211.
D812.4.1. D812.4.1. Magic object received from the dead in lower world. Africa (Cameroons): Mansfeld 229f. No. 16, (Ekoi): Talbot 46.
D812.4.2. D812.4.2. Magic object acquired as reward for burial of the dead. French Canadian: Sister Marie Ursule.
D812.5. D812.5. Magic object received from genie. *Type 561; *BP II 547. – India: *Thompson-Balys; Chinese: Eberhard FFC CXX 109.
N813. Helpful genie.
D812.5.1. D812.5.1. Magic object received from temple demons. Chinese: Graham.
D812.6. D812.6. Magic object received from witch or wizard. Type 576*****, 576***.
G284. Witch as helper.
D812.7. D812.7. Magic object received from dragon king. Japanese: Anesaki 315.
D812.8. D812.8. Magic object received from lady in dream. (Cf. D825.) – Hdwb. d. Märchens s.v. “Baum”; BP II 544. – Irish myth: Cross; Greek: Fox 40; India: Thompson-Balys.
D825. D825. Magic object received from maiden.
D812.8.1. D812.8.1. Magic object received from giantess in dream. Norse: *Boberg.
D812.8.2. D812.8.2. Magic object received from man in dream. India: *Thompson-Balys.
D812.9. D812.9. Magic object received from wild man. Italian: Basile I No. 1.
D812.10. D812.10. Magic object received from angel. Irish myth: Cross; Jewish: Neuman; India: Thompson-Balys.
D812.10.0.1. D812.10.0.1. Angel reveals location of magic object. Irish myth: Cross.
D812.11. D812.11. Magic object received from giant. Icelandic: *Boberg; Irish myth: *Cross.
D812.12. D812.12. Magic object received from dwarf. Icelandic: *Boberg; German: Grimm Nos. 28, 64, 91, 97, 165.
D812.12.1. D812.12.1. Magic sword received from dwarf in dream. Icelandic: *Boberg.
D812.13. D812.13. Magic objects gifts of magician. India: Thompson-Balys.
D812.14. D812.14. Magic object received from ascetic. India: Thompson-Balys; Buddhist myth: Malalasekera I 849, II 210, 656.
D812.15. D812.15. Magic object received from maiden-spirit. India: *Thompson-Balys.
D813. D813. Magic object received from fairy. *Type 510. – Irish myth: *Cross; Icelandic: Boberg; Breton: Sébillot Incidents s.v. “baguette”; Missouri French: Carrière.
D813.1. D813.1. Magic object received from river-nymph. Hartland Perseus III 109.
D813.1.1. D813.1.1. Magic sword received from Lady of Lake. (Cf. D878.1.) – Irish myth: *Cross; English: Wells 50 (Le Morte Arthur); Indo-Chinese: Scott Indo-Chinese 303.
D813.1.2. D813.1.2. Magic cauldron received from lake spirit. (Cf. D1171.2.) – Welsh: MacCulloch Celtic 100.
D813.2. D813.2. Magic object received from grateful fairy. Hero has cured sick fairy by making her laugh. English: Baughman; Italian Novella: Rotunda.
D813.3. D813.3. Magic object received from maiden in otherworld island. Irish myth: Cross.
D814. D814. Magic objects received from sun, moon, and stars, etc. Köhler-Bolte I 188.
D814.1. D814.1. Magic object received from wind. German: Grimm No. 88.
D815. D815. Magic object received from relative.
D815.1. D815.1. Magic object received from mother. (Cf. D842.) – *Type 510; Icelandic: MacCulloch Eddic 301, Boberg; Africa (Kaffir): Theal 145.
D815.2. D815.2. Magic object received from father. Hartland Perseus III 199. – Irish myth: Cross; Icelandic: MacCulloch Eddic 308 (Tyrfing), *Boberg.
D815.3. D815.3. Magic object received from godmother. Breton: Sébillot Incidents s.v. “baguette”; Missouri French: Carrière.
D815.4. D815.4. Magic object received from sister. Hartland Perseus III 199; Icelandic: Boberg.
D815.5. D815.5. Magic object received from father-in-law. Hartland Perseus III 199.
D815.6. D815.6. Magic object received from daughter. Icelandic: Boberg.
D815.7. D815.7. Magic object received from foster-parents. Icelandic: Boberg.
D815.7.1. D815.7.1. Magic object received from girl‘s foster-mother. Icelandic: *Boberg.
D815.8. D815.8. Magic object received from wife. German: Grimm No. 92.
D816. D816. Magic object inherited. MacCulloch Childhood 376; Icelandic: *Boberg.
D817. D817. Magic object received from grateful person. *Type 560; *Aarne MSFO XXV 40; BP II 39. – Icelandic: *Boberg; Missouri French: Carrière; N. A. Indian (Malecite, Penobscot): Thompson CColl II 411ff. (European borrowings).
D817.1. D817.1. Magic object received from man in return for rescue of child. *Types 560, 611; Aarne MSFO XXV 38 – 56 passim; India: *Thompson-Balys.
D817.1.1. D817.1.1. Magic object received from dwarf in return for rescue of child or kindness to child. Icelandic: *Boberg.
D817.1.2. D817.1.2. Magic object received from grateful father of redeemed snake. India: Thompson-Balys.
D817.2. D817.2. Magic object received in return for being shaved. India: Thompson-Balys.
D818. D818. Magic object received from astrologer. Irish myth: Cross.
D818.1. D818.1. Magic object received from magician. India: Thompson-Balys.
D821. D821. Magic object received from old woman. Hartland Perseus III 199. – Italian Novella: Rotunda; Missouri French: Carrière; Cape Verde Islands: Parsons MAFLS XV (1) 123.
D822. D822. Magic object received from old man. Hartland Perseus III 199. – Icelandic: *Boberg; U.S.: Baughman.
D823. D823. Magic object received from huntsman.
D823.1. D823.1. Magic object received from green-clad huntsman. Type 304.
D825. D825. Magic object received from maiden. Hartland Perseus III 199. – Icelandic: *Boberg; Irish myth: Cross.
D825.1. D825.1. Magic object received from cat-woman; i.e. woman transformed intermittently to cat. – French: Cosquin No. 11; N. A. Indian: Thompson CColl II 400f.
D826. D826. Magic object received from monster.
D826.1. D826.1. Magic object vomited by conquered monster. India: Thompson-Balys.
D827. D827. Magic object received through particular intermediaries. Only one person can help secure it. – *Chauvin V 59 No. 19 n. 1.
D828. D828. Magic object received from child. Type 425.
D829. D829. Acquisition of magic object – miscellaneous.
D829.1. D829.1. Magic object received by apprentice from master. German: Grimm Nos 36, 111, 129.
D830. D830. Magic object acquired by trickery. *Chauvin VII 38 No. 212B; Icelandic: MacCulloch Eddic 268; Buddhist myth: Malalasekera I 289.
D830.1. D830.1. Attempt to learn about magic object by spying. Chinese: Graham.
D831. D831. Magic object acquired by trick exchange. By means of second magic object hero recovers first. (Often mixed with D832). – *Types 302, 400, 507, 569; BP I 464; Penzer I 25ff. – India: *Thompson-Balys; Indonesian: DeVries Volksverhalen Nos. 3, 104.
D832. D832. Magic objects acquired by acting as umpire for fighting heirs. When hero gets hold of objects he refuses to return it. – *Types 400, 518; *BP II 331ff.; Cosquin Indiens 371ff.; Saintyves Perrault 287ff.; Hdwb. d. Märchens I 97. – Icelandic: Boberg; India: *Thompson-Balys; Indonesian: DeVries Volksverhalen No. 104; Chinese: Chavannes 500 Contes III 259 No. 470; Africa: Frobenius Atlantis II 113, 175, III 336, IV 110.
D833. D833. Magic object acquired by tricking giant. Giant is persuaded to give the objects to the hero. (Cf. D831, where the person tricked is often a giant.) – Type 328.
D834. D834. Magic object acquired by tricking devil. Man gets shelter in storm; devil gets wet. Devil gives man magic object in return for information as to how he kept dry. – Köhler-Bolte I 416.
D835. D835. Magic object acquired through trickery: child forced to cry till object is given. Icelandic: Egils saga ok Asm., ch. XIV 10, Boberg.
D836. D836. Magic object acquired by exchanging letters. (Cf. K511). India: Thompson-Balys.
D837. D837. Magic object acquired through foolish bargain. Type 590. – N. A. Indian (Micmac) (European borrowing): Thompson CColl II 412.
D838. D838. Magic object acquired by stealing. Types 576******, 581*; Irish myth: *Cross; Icelandic: *Boberg; Missouri French: Carrière; India: Thompson-Balys.
D838.1. D838.1. Stolen objects powerful in magic. *Fb “stjæle” III 576a, “tigge” III 793b.; India: Thompson-Balys.
D838.2. D838.2. Magic object taken from ogre‘s house. Hartland Perseus III 201; Icelandic: *Boberg; Japanese: Ikeda; India: *Thompson-Balys.
D838.3. D838.3. Magic object stolen in Thor’s temple. Icelandic: Sturlaugs saga 617 – 31, Boberg.
D838.4. D838.4. Magic object taken in the serpents‘ country. Icelandic: FSS 69 – 79, Boberg.
D838.5. D838.5. Magic object taken from barrow. (Cf. E461.1, F352.) – Icelandic: *Boberg.
D838.6. D838.6. Magic object stolen from giant. (Cf.F531.6.7.3.) – Icelandic: *Boberg.
D838.7. D838.7. Magic armor stolen from dwarf by giant. Icelandic: Boberg.
D838.8. D838.8. Magic helmet taken directly from bystander. Icelandic: Boberg.
D838.9. D838.9. Boy overhears witches’ conversation about magic objects, which he gets possession of. Lithuanian: Balys Index No. *613A.
D838.10. D838.10. Prince procures magic object from bathing fairy when he steals her clothes. India: Thompson-Balys.
D838.11. D838.11. Man poisons couple, owners of magic gong, and gains possession of it. India: Thompson-Balys.
D838.12. D838.12. Magic object taken from dead enemy. German: Grimm No. 166.
D838.13. D838.13. Magic object stolen at night. Korean: Zong in-Sob 28 No. 12.
D839. D839. Magic object acquired by trickery – miscellaneous.
D839.1. D839.1. Magic root acquired by tricking mother bird into searching for it in order to disentangle her young. India: Thompson-Balys.
D839.2. D839.2. Fairy dun acquired by tricking owner. Irish myth: Cross.
D840. D840. Magic object found. Types 561, 590; Hartland Perseus III 201; India: Thompson-Balys.
D841. D841. Magic object accidentally found. German: Grimm No. 122; Chinese-Persian: *Coyajee JPASB XXIV 197.
D842. D842. Magic object found on grave.
D842.1. D842.1. Magic object found on mother‘s grave. (Cf. D815.1.) – Type 510; Saintyves Perrault 41; Cox 477.
D842.2. D842.2. Magic object found on father‘s grave. Type 314.
D842.3. D842.3. Magic object found on grave of slain helpful animal. Cox 477; Saintyves Perrault 37; Hdwb. d. Märchens s.v. “Baum”. – Japanese: Ikeda.
D845. D845. Magic object found in underground room. Type 562. – India: Thompson-Balys.
D845.1. D845.1. Magic object found in giant’s cave. Icelandic: Boberg.
D846. D846. Magic object found in magic castle. *BP III 113 n. 4.
D846.1. D846.1. Golden cot found in magic castle. India: Thompson-Balys.
D847. D847. Magic object found in chimney. Breton: Sébillot Incidents s.v. “cheminée”.
D848. D848. Magic object dug from ground. Hartland Perseus III 201f. – Korean: Zong in-Sob 43.
D849. D849. Magic object found – miscellaneous.
D849.1. D849.1. Magic object found in fort. Chinese: Werner 312.
D849.2. D849.2. Magic object pointed out by bird. *Norlind: Skattsägner 19ff., 29ff.
D849.3. D849.3. Magic object found on an island. Aarne MSFO XXV 120; Icelandic: *Boberg.
D849.4. D849.4. Magic object found in a wood. *Aarne MSFO XXV 120.
D849.4.1. D849.4.1. Magic object found in garden. German: Grimm No. 121.
D849.5. D849.5. Magic object found in fish. Italian Novella: Rotunda.
D849.5.1. D849.5.1. Magic object found in heart of whale. Irish myth: Cross.
D849.6. D849.6. Magic object found under dead girl’s tongue. Italian Novella: Rotunda.
D849.7. D849.7. Magic object pointed out by divine voice. Italian Novella: Rotunda.
D849.8. D849.8. Magic object found on ground. French Canadian: Sister Marie Ursule.
D850. D850. Magic object otherwise obtained.
D851. D851. Magic object acquired by exchange. (No trick). – Hartland Perseus III 200; Irish myth: Cross; N. A. Indian (Ponca, Ojibwa, European borrowings): Thompson CColl II 329f.
D851.1. D851.1. Magic object purchased. India: Thompson-Balys.
D852. D852. Magic object acquired by wishing. *Type 675.
D853. D853. Magic object forged by smith to order. *Hartland Perseus III 200. – Icelandic: MacCulloch Eddic 268.
D853.1. D853.1. Magic horse (wooden) made by carpenter. India: Thompson-Balys.
D855. D855. Magic object acquired as reward. Icelandic: Boberg.
D855.1. D855.1. Magic object acquired as reward for vigil. *BP III 111. – Chinese: Graham.
D855.2. D855.2. Magic object acquired as reward for religious austerities. Chinese: Werner 277.
D855.3. D855.3. Magic object acquired as reward for quest into grave. Icelandic: Boberg.
D855.4. D855.4. Magic object as reward for faith. Jewish: Neuman.
D855.5. D855.5. Magic object as reward for good deeds. Chinese: Eberhard FFC CXX 107 No. 62.
D856. D856. Magic object acquired by gaining love of owner. Type 580.
D857. D857. Magic object born with hero. *Hartland Perseus III 198. – Africa (Fjort): Dennett 60 No. 12.
D858. D858. Magic object acquired by singing. Type 650***.
D859. D859. Magic object obtained – miscellaneous means.
D859.1. D859.1. Magic object acquired by rapping on tree. Fb “lind” II 432a.
D859.2. D859.2. Quest to hell for magic object. Aarne FFC XXIII 130, JSFO XXVII 48. – Icelandic: Boberg.
D859.2.1. D859.2.1. Magic object received from other world. Jewish: Neuman.
D859.3. D859.3. Magic object obtained by reaching in certain cardinal direction. N. A. Indian: *Kroeber JAFL XXI 224, (California): Gayton and Newman 75.
D859.4. D859.4. Magic object eaten unwittingly.
D859.4.1. D859.4.1. Magic bird-heart eaten unwittingly. Scottish: Campbell-McKay No. 15; Icelandic: Herrmann Saxo II 33.
D859.4.2. D859.4.2. Magic bird-liver eaten unwittingly. Scottish: Campbell-McKay No. 15.
D859.5. D859.5. Magic object to be chosen from among identical worthless objects. Insect helps in choice. East Africa: Torrend Zs. f. afrikan. u. ozean. Spr. I 247ff.
D859.6. D859.6. Magic object obtained as compensation for loss of entire herd – the spirit of the herd resides in the last goat‘s tail, which old woman keeps. India: Thompson-Balys.
D859.7. D859.7. Magic object left by frightened demons. Korean: Zong in-Sob 144.
D859.8. D859.8. Magic object as ransom of captive. Greek: Grote I 139; Icelandic: Boberg.
D860. D860. Loss of magic object. *Aarne MSFO XXV I – 200 passim; Bolte Zs. f. Vksk. XVIII 452 n. 3. – Chinese: Werner 348, Graham.
D860.0.1. D860.0.1. Death to follow loss of magic object. Irish myth: Cross.
D860.0.2. D860.0.2. Loss of magic object causes madness. India: Thompson-Balys.
D861. D861. Magic object stolen. Fansler MAFLS XII 17; Italian Novella: Rotunda; Jewish: Neuman; India: *Thompson-Balys; Georgia Negro: Harris Nights 30; S. A. Indian (Toba): Métraux MAFLS XL 130.
D861.0.1. D861.0.1. Magic object stolen from local deity. Chinese: Graham.
D861.1. D861.1. Magic object stolen by host (at inn.) *Type 563; *BP I 349ff.; **Aarne JSFO XXVII 1 – 96. – Breton: Sébillot Incidents s.v. “aubergiste”; French Canadian: Barbeau JAFL XXIX 24; Missouri French: Carrière; India: Thompson-Balys; Seneca: Curtin-Hewitt RBAE XXXII 264 No. 50 (not at inn).
D861.2. D861.2. Magic object stolen by neighbor. **Aarne JSFO XXVII 1 – 96, especially 48; *BP I 349ff.; Type 564. – India: Thompson-Balys.
D861.3. D861.3. Magic object stolen by brothers. Type 563; BP I 349ff.
D861.4. D861.4. Magic object stolen by rival for wife. *Type 560, 561; *Aarne MSFO XXV 3 – 83; India: Thompson-Balys.
D861.4.1. D861.4.1. Magic object stolen by rival‘s emissary. India: Thompson-Balys.
D861.5. D861.5. Magic object stolen by hero’s wife. *Type 560; **Aarne MSFO XXV 3 – 83.
D861.5.1. D861.5.1. Magic object stolen by owner‘s fiancée. German: Grimm No. 122.
D861.6. D861.6. Magic object stolen in card game. *Type 566; BP I 470ff.; Aarne MSFO XXV 85 – 97.
D861.7. D861.7. Magic object carried off by bird. (Cf. D865.)
D861.7.1. D861.7.1. Magic horn carried off by bird. India: Thompson-Balys.
D861.8. D861.8. Magic object stolen by relatives. Madagascar: Renel I 209ff. No. 40.
D861.8.1. D861.8.1. Magic objects stolen from owner by his daughter, with whom he spends the night. India: Thompson-Balys.
D861.9. D861.9. Magic object stolen by giants. French Canadian: Sister Marie Ursule.
D861.10. D861.10. Magic object carried away; child allowed to play with it. India: Thompson-Balys.
D862. D862. Magic object taken away by force. India: Thompson-Balys.
D863. D863. Magic object mysteriously disappears. Korean: Zong in-Sob 44.
D865. D865. Magic jewel carried off by bird. This happens when the jewel is examined by daylight. (Cf. D861.7.) – *Chauvin V 211 No. 120; *Gerould PMLA XIX 392ff.; Krappe Neophilologus XIV 90; Italian Novella: Rotunda.
D865.1. D865.1. Magic ring carried off by bird. Irish myth: Cross; India: Thompson-Balys.
D866. D866. Magic object destroyed. Japanese: Ikeda.
D866.1. D866.1. Woman cooks the magic fruits. (Cf. D981.) – Indonesia: DeVries’s list No. 195.
D866.2. D866.2. Magic object destroyed because of feigned sickness. India: Thompson-Balys.
D867. D867. Magic object mysteriously disappears. Korean: Zong in-Sob 44.
D867.1. D867.1. Magic object disappears at owner‘s death. Irish myth: Cross (D857).
D868. D868. Magic object returns to original place.
D868.1. D868.1. Magic mango returns to tree for broken tabu. India: Thompson-Balys.
D871. D871. Magic object traded away.
D871.1. D871.1. Magic object exchanged for worthless. Foolish brother (wife) exchanges old object for new. *Type 561; *BP II 205. – Breton: Sébillot Incidents s.v. “bague”; India: Thompson-Balys.
D871.1.1. D871.1.1. Exchange of common cow for gold-dropping cow made by daughter when her father stops at her home for the night. India: Thompson-Balys.
D876. D876. Magic treasure animal killed. (Goose that laid the golden egg). Greek fable: Wienert FFC LVI 64 (ET 283), 106 (ST 182); Babrius 123; Halm Aesop No. 343. – India: Keith 145 (gold-producing boy), Thompson-Balys; Panchatantra III 6 (tr. Ryder) 331; Cowell Jataka I 292 No. 136; Japanese: Ikeda; Indonesian: Dixon 238 n. 51; N. A. Indian: *Thompson-Tales 306 n. 109z.
D877. D877. Magic object loses power by overuse. *Chauvin V 11 No. 7; India: Thompson-Balys; Chinese: Eberhard FFC CXX 106, 109. – Jamaica: Beckwith MAFLS XVII 248 No. 24.
D877.1. D877.1. Magic wishing-ring loses power by touching water. Irish myth: Cross.
D877.2. D877.2. Extraordinary flower preserves its freshness so long as it remains unperceived by anyone other than owner. India: Thompson-Balys.
D878. D878. Magic object voluntarily restored to giver. Irish myth: Cross.
D878.1. D878.1. Magic sword returned to lake whence it was received. Taken back by lake spirit. (Excalibur). (Cf. D813.1.1.) – English: Wells 50 (Le Morte Arthur); Indo-Chinese: Scott 303.
D878.2. D878.2. Magic sword thrown into lake by dying hero. Irish myth: Cross.
D880. D880. Recovery of magic object. *Bolte Zs. f. Vksk. XVIII 452 n. 3; *Aarne MSFO XXV 3ff. – Chinese: Werner 348; India: Thompson-Balys.
D880.0.1. D880.0.1. Recovery of magic object cures madness. India: Thompson-Balys.
D881. D881. Magic object recovered by using second magic object. *Type 561; *Aarne MSFO XXV 3 – 83; *BP II 547ff. – Jewish: Neuman; India: Thompson-Balys; French Canadian: Barbeau JAFL XXIX 24.
D881.1. D881.1. Recovery of magic object by use of magic apples. These apples cause horns to grow. (Cf. D895.) *Type 566; BP I 470ff; Aarne MSFO XXV 85 – 97.
D881.2. D881.2. Recovery of magic object by use of magic cudgel. (Cf. D1094.) – *Types 563, 564; BP I 349ff.; *Aarne JSFO XXVII 1 – 96 – India: *Thompson-Balys; Jamaica: Beckwith MAFLS XVII 248 No. 25.
D882. D882. Magic object stolen back.
D882.1. D882.1. Stolen magic object stolen back by helpful animals. Korean: Zong in-Sob 28.
D882.1.1. D882.1.1. Stolen magic object stolen back by helpful cat and dog. They steal the ring from the thief‘s mouth. – *Type 560; **Aarne MSFO XXV 3 – 82 BP II 455. – India: Thompson-Balys; Indonesian: DeVries Volksverhalen Nos. 67, 170 notes.
D882.1.2. D882.1.2. Magic object recovered with lioness‘s help. French Canadian: Sister Marie Ursule (D887).
D882.2. D882.2. Recovered magic articles dropped by rescuing animals into the sea. Köhler-Bolte I 437; India: Thompson-Balys.
D882.3. D882.3. Magic object stolen back by servant. Cheremis: Sebeok-Nyerges.
D882.4. D882.4. Stolen magic object stolen back by man in disguise. India: Thompson-Balys.
D883. D883. Magic (marvelous object) given back to placate crying child. India: Thompson-Balys.
D884. D884. Thief forced to vomit up stolen magic object. India: Thompson-Balys.
D885. D885. Magic object recovered with devil’s help. Types 360, 361, 475; BP II 423.
D885.1. D885.1. Magic object recovered with witch‘s help. Georgia Negro: Harris Nights 30.
D886. D886. Magic object recovered through recitation of magic formula. Chinese: Werner 358.
D895. D895. Magic object returned in payment for removal of magic horns. (Cf. D881.1). – *Type 566.

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