Arabian Nights

The Arabian Nights or The Thousand and One Nights is a celebrated collection of Eastern tales, long current in the East, and supposed to have been derived by the Arabians from India, through the medium of Persia. They were first introduced into Europe in the beginning of the eighteenth century by means of the French translation of Antoine Galland. ...
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Arabian Nights

Tales in oral circulation among Arab storytellers from the 10th century, probably having their roots in India. They are also known as The Thousand and One Nights and include `Ali Baba`,...
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Arabian Nights

[video game] Arabian Nights is a 1994 platform game first released on the Commodore Amiga which was highly rated from reviewers receiving 90% from CU Amiga and 83% from Amiga Joker. The game was originally released on two floppy disks but later became available on CD for the Amiga CD32 release. The player controls the hero of the game, Sinb...
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Arabian Nights

Arabian Nights: see Thousand and One Nights.
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Arabian Nights

[disambiguation] Arabian Nights is a commonly used English title for One Thousand and One Nights, a Middle-Eastern folk tale collection. Arabian Nights or Knights may also refer to: ==Films== ==Television== ==Music== ==Other media== ==Gaming== ==Other uses== ...
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Arabian Nights

[ballet] One Thousand and One Nights (sometimes referred to as Arabian Nights) is a ballet in two acts by Fikret Amirov to a libretto by playwrights Magsud Ibrahimbeyov, Rustam Ibragimbekov together with the choreographer Naila Nazirova and artist Togrul Narimanbekov. The libretto is based on episodes from One Thousand and One Nights, a col...
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