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17th Sep '17 3:09:07 AM Doug86
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* SelfInsertFic: Dante's ''Literature/DivineComedy''

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* SelfInsertFic: Dante's ''Literature/DivineComedy''''Literature/TheDivineComedy''
4th Sep '17 7:47:12 PM jamespolk
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* IronicNickname: Little John from the Myth/RobinHood legends (14th century)
19th Aug '17 9:00:05 AM Prime32
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* MonoNoAware: While the term was first used in Heian-era literature, it's [[TropeCodifier mostly known for]] its use by Motoori Norinaga [[OlderThanRadio in the 18th century]].
17th Aug '17 4:59:52 PM Morgenthaler
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* TheCaptivityNarrative: There was a particular brand of fiction in Medieval Europe wherein Christian travellers were captured by Muslim corsairs and imprisoned for lengthy periods, tortured and offered to convert to Islam, then dying in the name of the faith.

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* TheCaptivityNarrative: There was a particular brand of fiction in Medieval Europe wherein Christian travellers were captured by Muslim corsairs and imprisoned for lengthy periods, tortured and offered to convert to Islam, then [[InspirationalMartyr dying in the name of the faith.faith]].
17th Aug '17 4:57:36 PM Morgenthaler
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* TheCaptivityNarrative: There was a particular brand of fiction in Medieval Europe wherein Christian travellers where captured by Muslim corsairs and imprisoned for lengthy periods, tortured and offered to convert to Islam, then dying in the name of the faith.

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* TheCaptivityNarrative: There was a particular brand of fiction in Medieval Europe wherein Christian travellers where were captured by Muslim corsairs and imprisoned for lengthy periods, tortured and offered to convert to Islam, then dying in the name of the faith.
17th Aug '17 4:57:16 PM Morgenthaler
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* TheCaptivityNarrative: There was a particular brand of fiction in Medieval Europe wherein Christian travellers where captured by Muslim corsairs and imprisoned for lengthy periods, tortured and offered to convert to Islam, then dying in the name of the faith.
23rd May '17 11:05:28 AM WaterBlap
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* OrcRaisedByElves: Loki the Frost Giant, who was raised by the Asgardians as one of them.
23rd May '17 12:21:56 AM rmctagg09
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* OrcRaisedByElves: Loki the Frost Giant, who was raised by the Asgardians as one of them.
20th May '17 9:30:10 AM jamespolk
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* ''The Literature/ArabianNights'', mostly (though "Literature/{{Aladdin}}" and "Literature/AliBaba" have no known source before Galland's OlderThanRadio French translation.)

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* ''The Literature/ArabianNights'', mostly (though "Literature/{{Aladdin}}" and "Literature/AliBaba" have no known source before Galland's OlderThanRadio OlderThanSteam French translation.)


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* DirtyOldMonk: The Friar, Summoner, Pardoner, and Monk, all from ''Literature/TheCanterburyTales''
18th Feb '17 12:18:32 AM rmctagg09
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* DragonAncestry: Emperor Jimmu, the mythical first Emperor of Japan in Myth/JapaneseMythology, was the son of Otohime, the daughter of the dragon god of the sea Ryujin.

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* DragonAncestry: Emperor Jimmu, the mythical first Emperor of Japan in Myth/JapaneseMythology, was the son grandson of Otohime, the daughter of the dragon god of the sea Ryujin.
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