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Group No. 74


D. Magic

Group No.

D1340 – D1369

Group name

Function of magic objects II


D1341. D1341. Magic object makes person old.
D1341.0.1. D1341.0.1. Magic well makes person’s hair gray. (Cf. D926.) – Irish myth: Cross.
D1341.1. D1341.1. Magic fountain makes person old. (Cf. D925, D1338.1.1.) – *Fb “ungdom” III 979b; Boberg.
D1341.2. D1341.2. Magic cloak makes person old. (Cf. D1053.) – Irish myth: Cross.
D1341.3. D1341.3. Magic ointment makes person old. (Cf. D1244.) Cheremis: Sebeok-Nyerges.
D1341.4. D1341.4. Magic feather brings supernatural old age. (Cf. D1021.) – India: Thompson-Balys.
D1342. D1342. Magic object gives health. Irish myth: Cross.
D1342.1. D1342.1. Magic ring gives health. (Cf. D1076.) – Kittredge Witchcraft III, 440 n. 54.
D1342.2. D1342.2. Magic apple gives health. (Cf. D981.1.) – *Fb “æble” III 1135b.
D1342.3. D1342.3. Magic wood gives health. (Cf. D956.) – Jewish: Neuman.
D1342.4. D1342.4. Magic wand gives health. (Cf. D1254.1.) – India: Thompson-Balys.
D1342.5. D1342.5. Amulet guarantees health. (Cf. D1070.) Eskimo (Greenland): Rink 424.
D1343. D1343. Magic object gives skill.
D1343.1. D1343.1. Magic oars give skill. (Cf. D1124.) – Eskimo (Greenland): Rasmussen II 153, 157.
D1344. D1344. Magic object gives invulnerability. *Kittredge Witchcraft *405 nn. 238 – 9. – Irish myth: *Cross.
D1344.1. D1344.1. Magic ring renders invulnerable. (Cf. D1076.) – *Kittredge Witchcraft 111, 440 n. 52; *Fb “ring” III 60b. – English: Child I 189f., Wells 9 (King Horn), II (Horn Childe and Maiden Rimnild); Icelandic: Boberg.
D1344.2. D1344.2. Magic drug renders invulnerable. (Cf. D1240.) – Greek: Frazer Apollodorus I 110 n. 1.
D1344.2.1. D1344.2.1. Magic drug gives immunity from fire and iron. Greek: Fox 112.
D1344.3. D1344.3. Amulet renders invulnerable. (Cf. D1070.) – De Cock Studien 156.
D1344.4. D1344.4. Charm (written) renders invulnerable. (Cf. D1273.) – De Cock Studien 161; Irish myth: Cross.
D1344.5. D1344.5. Magic ointment renders invulnerable. (Cf. D1244.) – Greek: Roscher Lexikon I 24 s.v. “Achilleus”; Boberg.
D1344.6. D1344.6. Saint‘s tunic renders invulnerable. (Cf. D1052.) – Irish: Plummer clxxx, Cross.
D1344.7. D1344.7. Saint’s girdle renders invulnerable. (Cf. D1057.1.) – Irish: Plummer clxxx, Cross.
D1344.8. D1344.8. Saint‘s cowl renders invulnerable. (Cf. D1067.3.1.) – Irish: Plummer clxxx, *Cross.
D1344.8.1. D1344.8.1. Hood renders invulnerable. Eskimo (Greenland): Holm 17, Rasmussen II 70, III 304, Rink 344.
D1344.9. D1344.9. Magic garment renders invulnerable. (Cf. D1052.) – Icelandic: *Boberg; Jewish: Neuman; Eskimo (Greenland): Rasmussen II 210, III 105, 117, 153.
D1344.9.1. D1344.9.1. Magic shirt gives invulnerability. (Cf. D1056.) – *Fb “skjorte” III 268a; *Hdwb. d. Abergl. III 1712; Icelandic: *Boberg; Eskimo (Greenland): Rasmussen I 187.
D1344.9.2. D1344.9.2. Magic trousers render invulnerable. (Cf. D1055.) – Irish myth: Cross.
D1344.10. D1344.10. Magic mandrake gives invulnerability. (Cf. D965.1.) – Penzer III 153.
D1344.11. D1344.11. Magic sword gives invulnerability. (Cf. D1081.) – Irish myth: *Cross.
D1344.12. D1344.12. Blood smeared on body renders invulnerable. (Cf. D1016.) – Jewish: Neuman.
D1344.13. D1344.13. Magic (golden) helmet renders invulnerable. (Cf. D1101.4.) – Icelandic: *Boberg.
D1345. D1345. Magic object gives longevity. Penzer VI 6 n. 1.
D1345.1. D1345.1. Serpent’s water gives longevity. (Cf. D1027.1.) – Africa (Zanzibar): Bateman 204 No. 10.
D1345.2. D1345.2. Magic statue of dragon gives longevity. (Cf. B11, D1268.) – Jewish: Neuman.
D1346. D1346. Magic object gives immortality.
D1346.1. D1346.1. Magic drink gives immortality. (Cf. D1040.) – Irish: MacCulloch Celtic 31, 54; Greek: Grote I 219; Jewish: Neuman; Hindu: Keith 41, Penzer III 253f.; Chinese: Giles 316.
D1346.1.1. D1346.1.1. Water of life destroyed to prevent immortality: too long life would become tiresome. India: Thompson-Balys.
D1346.1.2. D1346.1.2. Nectar of immortality. (Cf. A154.) – India: Thompson-Balys.
D1346.2. D1346.2. Fountain of immortality. (Cf. D925, D926, D927, D1341.1, D1338.1.1.) – Hindu: Tawney I 499.
D1346.3. D1346.3. Food of immortality. (Cf. D1030.) – **G. Dumézil Le festin d‘Immortalité (Paris, 1924) – Irish myth: *Cross.
D1346.3.1. D1346.3.1. Magic honey gives immortality. (Cf. D1037.) – Jewish: Neuman; Hindu: Keith 158.
D1346.4. D1346.4. Tree of immortality. (Cf. D950.) – Jewish: Neuman; Persian: Carnoy 281; S. A. Indian (Tiatinagua): Métraux BBAE CXLIII (3) 449.
D1346.5. D1346.5. Plant of immortality. (Cf. D965.) – Babylonian: Spence 158, 160, 178; Chinese: Eberhard FFC CXX 215.
D1346.6. D1346.6. Fruit of immortality. (Cf. D981.) – Jewish: Neuman; India: Thompson-Balys, Penzer VI 216.
D1346.6.1. D1346.6.1. Magic peach gives immortality. (Cf. D981.2.) – Chinese: Werner 270, Eberhard FFC CXX 210.
D1346.6.2. D1346.6.2. Apple of immortality. (Cf. D981.1.) – India: Thompson-Balys.
D1346.7. D1346.7. Pill of immortality. (Cf. D1243.) – Chinese: Werner 184f., 330.
D1346.8. D1346.8. Magic ointment gives immortality. Burning at night and anointment with magic ointment by day. (Cf. D1244.) – Greek: Roscher Lexikon s.v. “Achilleus”.
D1346.8.1. D1346.8.1. Oil of immortality. (Cf. D1244.) – Jewish: Neuman.
D1346.9. D1346.9. Magic sword gives immortality. (Cf. D1081.) India: Thompson-Balys.
D1346.10. D1346.10. Magic water (sprinkled) gives immortality. (Cf. D1242.) India: Thompson-Balys.
D1346.11. D1346.11. Medicine gives immortality. (Cf. D1241.) – India: Thompson-Balys.
D1346.12. D1346.12. Incense gives immortality. (Cf. D1295.) – Jewish: Neuman.
D1346.13. D1346.13. Filth (dirt, excrements) eaten gives immortality. (Cf. D1002.) – Chinese: Eberhard FFC CXX 161f.
D1346.14. D1346.14. Magic cup gives immortality. (Cf. D1171.6.) – Jewish: Neuman.
D1347. D1347. Magic object produces fecundity.
D1347.1. D1347.1. Magic apple produces fecundity. (Cf. D981.1.) – Icelandic: Völsunga Saga 4.
D1347.2. D1347.2. Blood as remedy for barrenness in woman. (Cf. D1003.) – *Fb “blod” IV 47a.
D1347.3. D1347.3. Magic medicine makes sterile fertile. (Cf. D1241.) – India: Thompson-Balys.
D1347.3.1. D1347.3.1. Magic pills insure birth of twin sons. (Cf. D1243.) India: Thompson-Balys.
D1347.4. D1347.4. Magic statue gives fecundity. (Cf. D1268.) – Jewish: Neuman.
D1347.5. D1347.5. Magic fish (eaten) causes fecundity. (Cf. D1032.1.) – Jewish: Neuman; S. A. Indian (Tupinamba): Métraux RMLP XXXIII 169.
D1347.6. D1347.6. Hare‘s stomach causes fecundity. (Cf. D1015.5.1.) – Jewish: Neuman.
D1349. D1349. Magic object produces miscellaneous physical changes in persons or things.
D1349.1. D1349.1. Magic object produces immunity from hunger and thirst. Irish myth: Cross.
D1349.1.1. D1349.1.1. Magic peach produces immunity from hunger and thirst. (Cf. D981.2.) – Chinese: Werner 270.
D1349.1.2. D1349.1.2. Magic perfume produces immunity from hunger and thirst. (Cf. D1245.) Irish myth: *Cross.
D1349.1.3. D1349.1.3. Magic milk produces immunity from hunger and thirst. (Cf. D1018.) – Irish myth: Cross.
D1349.1.4. D1349.1.4. Magic belt produces immunity from hunger. (Cf. D1057.) Icelandic: *Boberg.
D1349.1.5. D1349.1.5. Magic sweets: one can quench thirst and the other can allay hunger. (Cf. D1038.) India: Thompson-Balys.
D1349.1.6. D1349.1.6. Tiny amount of food magically satisfies. (Cf. D1030.) India: Thompson-Balys.
D1349.1.6.1. D1349.1.6.1. One drop of blood when licked satisfies hunger. (Cf. D1003.) – India: Thompson-Balys.
D1349.2. D1349.2. Magic object produces immunity from old age. Irish myth: Cross.
D1349.2.1. D1349.2.1. Magic peach produces immunity from old age. (Cf. D981.1.) – Chinese: Werner 270.
D1349.2.2. D1349.2.2. Washing in magic bowl produces immunity from old age. (Cf. D1172.2.) – Irish myth: *Cross.
D1349.2.3. D1349.2.3. Magic apple produces immunity from old age. (Cf. D981.1.) – Irish myth: Cross.
D1349.3. D1349.3. Magic stone makes water like wine. (Cf. D1071.) – Icelandic: Boberg.
D1349.4. D1349.4. Magic jewel makes owner fat. (Cf. D1071.) – Jewish: Neuman.
D1350. D1350. Magic object changes person’s disposition.
D1351. D1351. Magic object makes person peaceful. Icelandic: *Boberg.
D1351.1. D1351.1. Saint‘s bachall makes person peaceful. (Cf. D1277.) – Irish: Plummer clxxv, Cross.
D1351.2. D1351.2. Magic branch of peace. Warfare ceases when it is shaken. (Cf. D954.) – Irish myth: *Cross.
D1351.3. D1351.3. Magic veil changes enmity into peacefulness. (Cf. D1061.) – Icelandic: Boberg.
D1351.4. D1351.4. Charm which makes inhabitants of city faint-hearted. (Cf. D1273.) – India: Thompson-Balys.
D1352. D1352. Magic object has pre-natal influence.
D1352.1. D1352.1. Magic net has prenatal influence. (Cf. D1196.) – Africa (Benga): Nassau No. 24, version 2.
D1353. D1353. Magic object makes person foolish.
D1353.1. D1353.1. Magic rain makes people foolish. All on whom it falls act like fools. (Cf. D902.) – Pauli (ed. Bolte) No. 34.
D1354. D1354. Magic object makes person kind. Italian Novella: Rotunda.
D1355. D1355. Love-producing magic object. *Hdwb. d. Abergl. I 775, 1007, II 1506, 1589, 1616, III 1279. – Breton: Sébillot Incidents s.v. “aimer”.
D1355.0.1. D1355.0.1. Magic spear produces love-sickness. (Cf. D1084.) – Irish myth: Cross.
D1355.1. D1355.1. Love-producing music. (Cf. D1275.1.) – English: Child V 489 s.v. “music”.
D1355.1.1. D1355.1.1. Love-producing song. (Cf. D1275.) – Icelandic: *Boberg; Breton: Sébillot Incidents s.v. “chant”. – N. A. Indian (Wichita): Barbeau GSCan XI 162f. Nos. 50, 51, (Micmac): Leland 82.
D1355.1.2. D1355.1.2. Magic love-producing pipe (musical). (Cf. D1224.) – English: Child I 47; N. A. Indian (Arikara): Dorsey CI XVII 85 No. 25, 90 No. 27.
D1355.1.3. D1355.1.3. Magic love-producing horn. (Cf. D1222.) – English: Child I 15 – 17, 23, 55, 367.
D1355.2. D1355.2. Magic love-philtre. (Cf. 1242.2.) – *Schoepperle Tristan and Isolt 401ff.; *Kittredge Witchcraft 107f., 436 nn. 26 – 31, 30, 383 n. 54. – Greek: Fox 72 (Minos), 200 (Phaon); Icelandic: *Boberg; English: Child V 305b, Wells 80 (Sir Tristrem), 145 (Parthenope of Blois); England, U.S.: *Baughman; India: *Thompson-Balys.
D1355.2.1. D1355.2.1. Water blessed by saint as love-philtre. (Cf. D1242.1.) – Irish: Plummer clxxxviii, *Cross.
D1355.2.1.1. D1355.2.1.1. Baptismal water as love-philtre. (Cf. D1242.1.1.) – Kittredge Witchcraft 470 nn. 123 – 125.
D1355.2.1.2. D1355.2.1.2. Magic water causes sexual desire. (Cf. D1242.1.) – Jewish: Neuman.
D1355.2.2. D1355.2.2. Blood as love-philtre. (Cf. D1003). – *Fb “blod” IV 46b; *Kittredge Witchcraft 30, 382 n. 53.
D1355.2.2.1. D1355.2.2.1. Blood of wounded centaur as love philtre. (Cf. D1016.) Greek: Grote I 139.
D1355.2.3. D1355.2.3. Semen in love-philtre. – Kittredge Witchcraft 30, 382 n. 53.
D1355.3. D1355.3. Love charm. (Cf. D1274.) – Kittredge Witchcraft 30, 111, 382 n. 52, 440 nn. 61 – 70 passim. – Irish myth: *Cross; Icelandic: *Boberg; *English: Child I 57; India: *Thompson-Balys, Penzer I 137f.; Am. Negro (Georgia): Harris Nights 198 No. 34.
D1355.3.1. D1355.3.1. Seed mixed with blood as love charm. (Cf. D971.) – Greek: Frazer Apollodorus I 261 n. 1.
D1355.3.2. D1355.3.2. Image (animal) pierced with pins as love charm. Kittredge Witchcraft 100, *431f. nn. 202 – 211; England: Baughman.
D1355.3.3. D1355.3.3. Fruit pierced with pins as love charm. (Cf. D981.) Kittredge Witchcraft 102, 433 n. 226.
D1355.3.4. D1355.3.4. Entrails of live pigeon placed above house door fetch lover to the spot. England: Baughman.
D1355.3.5. D1355.3.5. Boiling lock of lover’s hair draws him to sweetheart. England: Baughman.
D1355.3.6. D1355.3.6. Burning candle stuck with pins fetches lover. England: *Baughman.
D1355.3.7. D1355.3.7. Person burns salt and says charm to bring lover to spot. England, U. S.: *Baughman.
D1355.3.8. D1355.3.8. Person burns dragonsblood (plant) and says charm to bring lover to spot. England: *Baughman.
D1355.4. D1355.4. Ring produces love. (Cf. D1076.) – *Kittredge Witchcraft 109, 436ff. nn. 38 – 48 passim; Fb “ring” III 60b. – Icelandic: *Boberg; Italian Novella: Rotunda.
D1355.5. D1355.5. Magic hair produces love. (Cf. D991.) – Wesselski Märchen 196; Frazer Golden Bough III 270. – N. A. Indian (Thompson River): Teit MAFLS VI 73 No. 23, (Shuswap): Teit JE II 708 No. 34 (in the last two named references, the hair is a woman‘s pubic hair); India: Thompson-Balys.
D1355.6. D1355.6. Churchyard mould produces love. Girl takes three handfuls and passes it over churn. (Cf. D1278.1.) – Fb “kirkegaardsmuld” II 129b.
D1355.7. D1355.7. Apple produces love. (Cf. D981.1.) – *Fb “æble” III 1135a. – English: Child I 364; Irish myth: *Cross; Icelandic: *Boberg.
D1355.8. D1355.8. Olive branch insures fidelity of husband. Wife to beat him with it. (Cf. D954.) – Spanish: Boggs FFC XC 51 No. 340.
D1355.9. D1355.9. Magic belt produces love. (Cf. D1057.) – *Fb “bælte” IV 84a; Icelandic: *Boberg.
D1355.10. D1355.10. Consecrated bread produces love. (Cf. D1031.1.1.) *Kittredge Witchcraft 149, 469 nn. 107, 108.
D1355.10.1. D1355.10.1. Consecrated bread kept in mouth and fed to toad produces love. Kittredge Witchcraft 149, 469 n. 104; England: Baughman.
D1355.11. D1355.11. Magic clothes produce love. (Cf. D1050.) – Jewish: bin Gorion Born Judas@2 I 274.
D1355.11.1. D1355.11.1. Magic moccasins produce love. (Cf. D1065.4.) – N. A. Indian (Arapaho): Dorsey and Kroeber FM V 15 No. 6.
D1355.12. D1355.12. Magic nuts (eaten) produce love. (Cf. D985.) – Irish myth: *Cross.
D1355.13. D1355.13. Love-spot. Mark which makes man irresistible to any woman who sees it. – *Schoepperle Tristan and Isolt 401f.; Irish myth: *Cross.
D1355.13.1. D1355.13.1. Charm placed on cheeks of hag causes love. Irish myth: *Cross.
D1355.14. D1355.14. Eaten fruit causes sexual desire. (Cf. D981.) India: Thompson-Balys; Jewish: Neuman.
D1355.15. D1355.15. Magic shears produce love. (Cf. D1183.) – Irish myth: *Cross.
D1355.16. D1355.16. Magic rod produces love. (Cf. D1254.1, D1254.2.) Irish myth: Cross.
D1355.17. D1355.17. Herb bath produces love. (Cf. D965.) Irish myth: *Cross.
D1355.18. D1355.18. Love charm (words). (Cf. D1273.) India: Thompson-Balys.
D1355.18.1. D1355.18.1. Word charms woven in clothing produce love. England: Baughman.
D1355.19. D1355.19. Magic writings produce love. (Cf. D1266.1.) Icelandic: *Boberg.
D1355.20. D1355.20. Green stone causes women to love the possessor. (Cf. D1070.) Icelandic: *Boberg.
D1355.21. D1355.21. Magic grass produces love when girl sleeps on it. (Cf. D965.12) Icelandic: Boberg.
D1355.21.1. D1355.21.1. Love charm from tuber. S. A. Indian (Toba): Métraux MAFLS XL 28.
D1355.22. D1355.22. Love-producing magic plant. (Cf. D965.) Cheremis: Sebeok-Nyerges.
D1355.23. D1355.23. Love-producing magic feather. (Cf. D1021.) India: Thompson-Balys.
D1356. D1356. Magic object represses lust.
D1356.1. D1356.1. Magic girdle represses lust. (Cf. D1057.1.) Icelandic: Boberg.
D1356.1.1. D1356.1.1. Saint‘s girdle represses lust. (Cf V220.) – Irish: Plummer clxxxi, Cross.
D1356.3. D1356.3. Magic stone represses lust. (Cf. D930.) Icelandic: Boberg.
D1357. D1357. Magic object makes person cruel.
D1357.1. D1357.1. Eating ferocious animal’s heart makes person cruel. (Cf. D1015.1, D1335.1.2.) – Icelandic: Boberg.
D1358. D1358. Magic object makes person courageous.
D1358.1. D1358.1. Eating courageous animal’s heart makes courageous. (Cf. E714.4.1.
D1358.1.1. D1358.1.1. Eating dragon‘s heart makes courageous. (Cf. B11, D1015.1.2.) – Icelandic: Völsunga Saga 79, Boberg.
D1358.1.2. D1358.1.2. Eating serpent’s and wolf‘s flesh makes courageous and impetuous. (Cf. D1032.) Icelandic: Boberg.
D1358.2. D1358.2. Magic spell makes person courageous. (Cf. D1273, D1359.5.) – Irish myth: Cross.
D1358.3. D1358.3. Magic crystal makes owner courageous. (Cf. D1071.) Jewish: Neuman.
D1359. D1359. Magic object changes person’s disposition – miscellaneous.
D1359.1. D1359.1. Magic object makes woman masterful.
D1359.1.1. D1359.1.1. Magic olive branch makes woman master in household. (Cf. D954.) – Spanish: Boggs FFC XC 51 No. 340.
D1359.2. D1359.2. Magic object causes mourning.
D1359.2.1. D1359.2.1. Magic music causes mourning. (Cf. 1275.1.) – *BP II 502f.; Irish myth: *Cross; England: Baughman.
D1359.3. D1359.3. Magic object causes joy.
D1359.3.1. D1359.3.1. Magic music causes joy. (Cf. D1275.1.) – Irish myth: *Cross.
D1359.3.1.1. D1359.3.1.1. Magic (musical) horn (bell) relieves hearers of sorrow. (Cf. D1213, D1222.) – *Krappe Balor 159.
D1359.3.1.2. D1359.3.1.2. Magic musical branch soothes listeners. (Cf. D1615.2.) – *Schoepperle Tristan and Isolt II 325. – Irish myth: *Cross.
D1359.3.1.3. D1359.3.1.3. Grief dispelled by sound of bell attached to magic fairy dog. Irish myth: *Cross.
D1359.3.2. D1359.3.2. Happiness from eating magic pig. (Cf. D1032.4.) Irish myth: Cross.
D1359.3.3. D1359.3.3. Fruit of magic tree exhilarating. (Cf. D950, D981.) Irish myth: Cross.
D1359.3.4. D1359.3.4. Stone blessed by saint banishes sorrow. (Cf. D931.) – Irish myth: *Cross.
D1359.4. D1359.4. Magic food causes intoxication and sobriety. (Cf. D1030.) – Irish myth: *Cross.
D1359.5. D1359.5. Magic sign assures that warriors will not flee from battle. (Cf. D1299.1, D1358.2.) Irish myth: Cross.
D1359.6. D1359.6. Magic object destroys pride. German: Grimm No. 17.
D1360. D1360. Magic object effects temporary change in person.
D1361. D1361. Magic object renders invisible. *Aarne MSFO XXV 117; *Cox Cinderella 518; *Fb “usynlig”. – Irish myth: *Cross; Breton: Sébillot Incidents s.v. “invisibilité”.
D1361.1. D1361.1. Magic mist of invisibility. (Cf. D902.1.) – *Cox Cinderella 477. – Irish myth: *Cross; N. A. Indian: *Thompson Tales 339 n. 221b.
D1361.1.0.4. D1361.1.0.4. Demons cause impenetrable fog. Irish myth: Cross.
D1361.1.1. D1361.1.1. Magic mist separates person from his companions. Irish myth: *Cross.
D1361.2. D1361.2. Magic stone gives invisibility. (Cf. D931.) – Köhler-Bolte I 114; Kittredge Witchcraft 176 n. 17. – Icelandic: *Boberg.
D1361.3. D1361.3. Magic ash-tree renders invisible. (Cf. D950.6.) – *Fb “usynlig”.
D1361.4. D1361.4. Magic calabash renders invisible. (Cf. D965.2.) – Africa (Ekoi): Talbot 34.
D1361.5. D1361.5. Magic seed renders invisible.
D1361.5.1. D1361.5.1. Magic fernseed renders invisible. (Cf. D971.3.) – *Cox Cinderella 517; *Hdwb. d. Abergl. II 1215ff. – Irish myth: Cross; Scotland: Baughman.
D1361.6. D1361.6. Magic flower renders invisible. (Cf. D975.) – Cox Cinderella 518; Scottish: Baughman.
D1361.7. D1361.7. “Hand of glory” renders light invisible. Candles of human fat from dead man’s hand make light invisible except to man holding it. (Cf. D1162.2.1.) – Penzer III 150; *Fb “tyvefinger” III 917b.
D1361.8. D1361.8. Heart of unborn child renders person invisible. (Cf. D997.1.1.) *Fb “hjærte” I 631b, IV 218b. – Swiss: Jegerlehner Oberwallis 293 No. 1.
D1361.9. D1361.9. Serpent‘s crown renders invisible. (Cf. D1011.3.1, B112.)
D1361.10. D1361.10. Magic feather renders invisible. (Cf. D1021.) – Cox Cinderella 517.
D1361.11. D1361.11. Magic herb renders invisible. (Cf. D965.) Africa (Fang): Trilles 269.
D1361.12. D1361.12. Magic cloak of invisibility. (Cf. D1053.) – *Types 328, 400; Cox Cinderella 517; Penzer I 26; Dickson 134 n. 113; *Loomis White Magic 51. – English: Wells 59 (The Turke and Gawin); Irish: Krappe Balor 2 n. 9, *Cross, MacCulloch Celtic 55; Welsh: ibid. 106, 190; French Canadian: Barbeau JAFL XXIX 10. – Chinese: Graham; Japanese: Mitford 185ff., Ikeda; Philippine: Fansler MAFLS XII 177, (Tinguian): Cole 201 n. 1.; N. A. Indian: *Thompson Tales 339 n. 221a.
D1361.12.1. D1361.12.1. Saint’s tunic renders invisible. (Cf. D1052.) – Irish: Plummer clxxx, *Cross. (D1361.11.); Icelandic: Boberg.
D1361.13. D1361.13. Magic belt renders invisible. (Cf. D1057.) – *Fb “bælte” IV 84a; *Loomis White Magic 51. – French Canadian: Barbeau JAFL XXIX 10; Irish: Plummer clxxx, Cross.
D1361.14. D1361.14. Magic hat renders invisible. (Cf. D1067.1.) – Fb “usynlig” III 985b, “hat” I 563b, IV 202b. – Breton: Sébillot Incidents s. v. “chapeau”.
D1361.15. D1361.15. Magic cap renders invisible: tarnkappe. (Cf. D1067.2, D1361.16.) *Penzer VI 149 n. 1; *Fb “usynlig” III 985b, “kappe” II 89, IV 253a; Cox Cinderella 517; Thien 30. – Greek: Fox 34, *Frazer Apollodorus I 153 n. 3 (Perseus); Icelandic: Dehmer Primitives‘ Erzählungsgut in den Islendingasögur 97, *Panzer Sigfrid 281 s.v. “Tarnkappe”; India: *Thompson-Balys; Chinese: Graham, Eberhard FFC CXX 109, 253. – N. A. Indian: *Thompson Tales 339 n. 221a.
D1361.16. D1361.16. Saint‘s cowl renders invisible. (Cf. D1067.3.1.) – Irish: Plummer clxxx, Cross.
D1361.17. D1361.17. Magic ring renders invisible. (Cf. D1076.) – *Fb “ring” III 60b; *Dickson 133f.; Cox Cinderella 518; *Kittredge Witchcraft 111, 440 n. 50; Brown Iwain 14 and passim; Günter 64. – Icelandic: *Boberg; Irish myth: Cross; Greek: Roscher Lexikon s.v. “Gyges”; India: *Thompson-Balys.
D1361.18. D1361.18. Magic sword renders invisible. (Cf. D1081.) – *Chauvin VI 66 No. 233.
D1361.19. D1361.19. Magic jewel renders invisible. (Cf. D1071.) – Cox Cinderella 517; Italian Novella: Rotunda.
D1361.20. D1361.20. Helmet renders invisible. (Cf. D1101.4.) – Greek: *Frazer Apollodorus I 47 n. 3; Icelandic: *Boberg.
D1361.21. D1361.21. Ship becomes invisible. (Cf. D1123.) – Breton: Sébillot Incidents s.v. “navire”.
D1361.22. D1361.22. Magic medicine renders invisible. (Cf. D1240.) – Type 576****.
D1361.22.1. D1361.22.1. Magic pills render invisible. (Cf. D1243.) – India: Thompson-Balys.
D1361.22.2. D1361.22.2. Magic salve renders invisible. (Cf. D1244.) – India: Thompson-Balys.
D1361.23. D1361.23. Magic charm renders invisible. (Cf. D1241.) – Jewish: Neuman; Africa (Ekoi): Talbot 34, 178.
D1361.24. D1361.24. Magic drops render invisible. (Cf. D1242.3.) – Type 576*****.
D1361.25. D1361.25. Magic wand renders invisible. (Cf. D1254.1.) – Fb “usynlig” III 985b. – Irish myth: Cross; German: MacCulloch Eddic 260; Chinese: Werner 326.
D1361.25.1. D1361.25.1. Magic staff renders invisible. (Cf. D1254.) Icelandic: MacCulloch Eddic 301, Boberg.
D1361.26. D1361.26. Magic formula renders invisible. (Cf. D1273.) – Irish myth: *Cross; Chinese: Werner 310.
D1361.27. D1361.27. Magic light renders invisible. (Cf. D1162.) – *Fb “usynlig” III 985b. – Icelandic: Boberg.
D1361.28. D1361.28. Magic mirror renders invisible. Does so when owner looks into it. (Cf. D1163.) – Fb “usynlig” III 985b.
D1361.29. D1361.29. Magic animal’s heart renders invisible. (Cf. D1015.1.) – Fb “usynlig” III 985b.
D1361.30. D1361.30. Magic bird-nest renders invisible. (Cf. D1292.) – Cox Cinderella 517.
D1361.31. D1361.31. Magic song renders invisible. (Cf. D1275.) – Irish: Plummer clxxix, Cross; Eskimo (Greenland): Rasmussen III 293.
D1361.32. D1361.32. Magic mask renders invisible. (Cf. D1067.4.) – Irish myth: Cross; Chinese: Eberhard FFC CXX 110.
D1361.33. D1361.33. Magic veil renders invisible. (Cf. D1061.) – Irish myth: Cross.
D1361.34. D1361.34. Magic bag renders invisible. (Cf. D902.1.1.) Icelandic: *Boberg.
D1361.35. D1361.35. Magic tiger‘s hair renders invisible. (Cf. D1023.) India: Thompson-Balys.
D1361.36. D1361.36. Magic trousers render invisible. (Cf. D1055.) Cheremis: Sebeok-Nyerges.
D1361.37. D1361.37. Magic shirt renders invisible. (Cf. D1056.) Cheremis: Sebeok-Nyerges.
D1361.38. D1361.38. Magic boots render invisible (Cf. D1065.1.) Cheremis: Sebeok-Nyerges.
D1361.39. D1361.39. Fact that woman bears future saint in womb renders her invisible. Irish myth: Cross.
D1361.40. D1361.40. Magic cloth renders invisible. (Cf. D1051.) Icelandic: Boberg.
D1361.41. D1361.41. Cross renders invisible. Icelandic: Boberg.
D1361.42. D1361.42. Magic lampblack renders invisible. (Cf. D931.1.3.) India: Thompson-Balys.
D1361.43. D1361.43. Magic mark on forehead renders invisible. India: Thompson-Balys.
D1361.44. D1361.44. Magic ashes render invisible. (Cf. D931.1.2.) India: Thompson-Balys.
D1364. D1364. Object causes magic sleep. *Schoepperle Tristan and Isolt I 257 n. 1; Irish myth: *Cross; India: Thompson-Balys.
D1364.0.1. D1364.0.1. Ring wakes from magic sleep. (Cf. D1076.) – *Fb “ring” III 60a.
D1364.0.2. D1364.0.2. Hero can only wake when a certain axe falls down. (Cf. D1206.) Icelandic: Boberg.
D1364.1. D1364.1. Fountain causes magic sleep. (Cf. D925.) – Hdwb. d. Märchens s.v. “Brunnen” nn. 108 – 110. – Breton: Sébillot Incidents s.v. “fontaine”; Irish: Plummer cli, clxxii, *Cross.
D1364.2. D1364.2. Sleep-thorn. Thorn causes magic sleep. (Cf. D958.) – *Köhler-Bolte I 261; *BP I 440; *Panzer Sigfrid 281 s.v. “Schlafdorn”; **Cosquin Études 95ff., Contes indiens 59ff. – English: Child V 495 s.v. “sleep”; Icelandic: *Boberg.
D1364.3. D1364.3. Flowers cause magic sleep. (Cf. D975.) – *Basset 1001 Contes I 143.
D1364.4. D1364.4. Fruit causes magic sleep. (Cf. D980.) – *Basset 1001 Contes I 143e.
D1364.4.1. D1364.4.1. Apple causes magic sleep. (Cf. D981.1.) – *Types 400, 590, 709; *BP I 463, II 346, III 1; Icelandic: Boberg.
D1364.4.2. D1364.4.2. Figs cause magic sleep. (Cf. D981.5.) – Spanish: Boggs FFC XC 56, 116 Nos. 408*A, 970.
D1364.5. D1364.5. Saint‘s breath causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1005.) – Irish: Plummer clxxii, Cross.
D1364.6. D1364.6. Feather causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1021.) – English: Child V 496 s.v. “sleep”.
D1364.7. D1364.7. Sleeping potion: drink causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1040, D1242.2, D1364.12.) – Dickson 63; Cox Cinderella 483; Irish myth: *Cross; Icelandic: *Boberg.
D1364.7.1. D1364.7.1. Liquor blessed by saint causes magic sleep. Irish: Plummer clxxii, Cross.
D1364.8. D1364.8. Enchanted stockings cause magic sleep. (Cf. D1062.) – Breton: Sébillot Incidents s.v. “bas.”
D1364.9. D1364.9. Comb causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1072.1.) – *BP I 463; cf. Type 709.
D1364.10. D1364.10. Dagger causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1083.1.) – *Basset 1001 Contes I 143.
D1364.11. D1364.11. Pillow causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1154.5.) *Schoepperle Tristan and Isolt I 257 n. 1. – English: Child V 496 s.v. “sleep”; Irish myth: *Cross; Icelandic: Boberg.
D1364.12. D1364.12. Contents of bottle cause magic sleep. (Cf. D1040, D1171.8, D1242.) – Breton: Sébillot Incidents s.v. “flacon”.
D1364.13. D1364.13. Cloth causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1051.) – BP I 463.
D1364.14. D1364.14. Needle causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1181.) – Köhler-Bolte I 261.
D1364.15. D1364.15. Pin causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1182.) – *Type 400; *Cosquin Contes indiens 95ff.; *BP II 346; Cox Cinderella 483; *Basset 1001 Contes I 143. – English: Child V 496 s.v. “sleep”; Irish myth: Cross; Missouri French: Carrière.
D1364.16. D1364.16. Hairpin causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1072.2.) – *Type 709; *BP I 463.
D1364.17. D1364.17. Spindle causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1186.) – *Type 410; *BP I 434ff., 440; *Saintyves Perrault 62.
D1364.18. D1364.18. Wand causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1254.1.) – Saintyves Perrault 63; Cox Cinderella 483. – Icelandic: Corpus Poeticum Boreale I 158, Boberg; Breton: Sébillot Incidents s.v. “baguette”, “sommeil”; India: Thompson-Balys.
D1364.19. D1364.19. Cigar causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1261.) – Spanish: Boggs FFC XC 56 No. 408*A.
D1364.20. D1364.20. Magic runes cause sleep. (Cf. D1266.1.) – Fb “sove” III 472b. – English: Child I 28, 48, 55, 391f, Wimberly 355.
D1364.21. D1364.21. Magic card causes sleep. (Cf. D1267.) – Köhler-Bolte Zs. f. Vksk. VI 62 (to Gonzenbach No. 10); Basile Pentamerone III Nos. 1, 9; Italian Novella: Rotunda.
D1364.22. D1364.22. Sleep-charm. Charm causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1273.) – Dickson 62 n. 6. – English: Child I 28, 48, 55, 391f; Irish myth: *Cross; India: Thompson-Balys; Chinese: Werner 366.
D1364.23. D1364.23. Song causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1275, D1364.24.) – Irish myth: *Cross; Breton: Sébillot Incidents s.v. “chant”.
D1364.24. D1364.24. Music causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1275.1.) – Greek: Fox 193 (Argos); Irish: Plummer clxxii, *Cross; English: Child V 489 s.v. “music”; Finnish: Kalevala rune 42.
D1364.25. D1364.25. Musical instrument causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1210.) Irish myth: Cross.
D1364.25.0.1. D1364.25.0.1. Musical branch causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1615.2.) Irish myth: *Cross.
D1364.25.1. D1364.25.1. Flute causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1223.1.) Irish myth: Cross.
D1364.25.2. D1364.25.2. Drum causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1211.) Irish myth: Cross.
D1364.25.3. D1364.25.3. Pipe (musical) causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1224.) Irish myth: Cross.
D1364.26. D1364.26. Silver rods cause magic sleep. (Cf. D1254.2.) Irish myth: Cross.
D1364.27. D1364.27. Sword causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1081.) Irish myth: Cross.
D1364.28. D1364.28. Smoke from magic purse makes man sleep. (Cf. D1192.) Icelandic: Boberg.
D1364.29. D1364.29. Touch of glove and ring causes sleep. Icelandic: Boberg.
D1364.30. D1364.30. Tooth of fox causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1011.4.) Jewish: Neuman.
D1364.31. D1364.31. Plant produces sleep. (Cf. D965.) India: Thompson-Balys.
D1364.32. D1364.32. Jewel causes magic sleep. (Cf. D1071.) Jewish: Neuman.
D1365. D1365. Object causes magic forgetfulness.
D1365.1. D1365.1. Plant causes magic forgetfulness. (Cf. D965.) Breton: Sébillot Incidents s.v. “herbe”.
D1365.1.1. D1365.1.1. Lotus causes forgetfulness. (Cf. D965.6, D2004.3.) Greek: *Frazer Apollodorus II 280 n. 2.
D1365.1.2. D1365.1.2. Myrtle causes forgetfulness. (Cf. D965.10.) Hartland Science 204.
D1365.1.3. D1365.1.3. Laurel causes forgetfulness. (Cf. D965.9.) – Hartland Science 204.
D1365.2. D1365.2. Drink causes magic forgetfulness. (Cf. D1040, D2004.3.1.) – Jiriczek “Der Vergessenheitstrank in der Nibelungensage” Zs. f. vgl. Litgsch. N. F. VII 49ff.; Cox Cinderella 512; Wimberly 278f. – Irish myth: *Cross; English: Child I 363 and note, 364; Norse: Herrmann II 590; Icelandic: *Boberg; Greek: Odyssey IV line 220 et passim; India: Thompson-Balys.
D1365.3. D1365.3. Food causes magic forgetfulness. (Cf. D1030.) – Icelandic: *Boberg; Eskimo (Greenland): Rink 446.
D1365.4. D1365.4. Girdle causes forgetfulness. (Cf. D1057.1.) English: Herbert III 207.
D1365.5. D1365.5. Ring causes forgetfulness. (Cf. D1076.) – *Oesterley No. 10. – English: Wells 66 (Ywain and Gawain).
D1365.6. D1365.6. Magic cup causes forgetfulness. (Cf. D1171.6, D1365.2.) – *Fb “bæger” IV 83a.
D1365.7. D1365.7. Breath causes magic forgetfulness. (Cf. D1005.) Irish myth: Cross.
D1365.8. D1365.8. Magic medicine causes loss of memory. (Sprinkled on head.) (Cf. D1241, D1242.) India: Thompson-Balys.
D1365.8.1. D1365.8.1. Medicines of forgetfulness and remembering. India: Thompson-Balys.
D1365.9. D1365.9. Tower causes magic forgetfulness. (Cf. D1149.) Jewish: Neuman.
D1365.10. D1365.10. Magic writings on drinking horn cause forgetfulness. (Cf. D1365.2.) Icelandic: Boberg.
D1365.11. D1365.11. “Brain of forgetfulness” lost by person in battle. Irish myth: *Cross.
D1366. D1366. Magic object causes memory.
D1366.1. D1366.1. Magic drink causes memory. (Cf. D1040.) – Icelandic: *Boberg; Irish myth: Cross.
D1366.2. D1366.2. Lack of magic necklace causes forgetfulness. (Cf. D1365.) – India: Thompson-Balys.
D1367. D1367. Magic object causes insanity.
D1367.1. D1367.1. Magic plant causes insanity. (Cf. D965.) – Chauvin VII 19 No. 373D n. 1; Fb “vild” III 1052b.
D1367.2. D1367.2. Magic drink causes insanity. (Cf. D1040.) – *Kittredge Witchcraft 128, 450 n. 25. – Irish myth: *Cross.
D1367.3. D1367.3. Magic spell causes insanity. (Cf. D1273.) – *Kittredge Witchcraft 128, 450 n. 24.
D1367.4. D1367.4. Magic wisp (withe) causes insanity. (Cf. D1282.2.) Irish myth: *Cross.
D1367.5. D1367.5. Runes cause frenzy. (Cf. D1266.1.) Norse: MacCulloch Eddic 298, Herrmann Saxo Gr. II 239, *Boberg; India: Thompson-Balys.
D1367.6. D1367.6. Magic food causes insanity. (Cf. D1030.) India: Thompson-Balys.
D1368. D1368. Magic object causes illusions. Irish myth: Cross.
D1368.1. D1368.1. Magic snake-oil causes illusions. (Cf. D1244.) – Kittredge Witchcraft 144, 463 nn. 51 – 54.
D1368.1.1. D1368.1.1. Ointment applied to eyes makes night seem day. India: Thompson-Balys.
D1368.2. D1368.2. Magic ring causes illusion. (Cf. D1076.) Icelandic: Boberg.
D1368.3. D1368.3. Magic cloak causes illusion. (Cf. D1053.) Icelandic: Boberg.
D1368.4. D1368.4. Tree of delusion. (Cf. D950.) Indian: Thompson-Balys.
D1368.5. D1368.5. Magic forest seems to stretch farther as mortals travel within. (Cf. D941.) India: Thompson-Balys.

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