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20th Apr '18 7:56:13 PM Lymantria
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* ''The Literature/ArabianNights'', mostly (though "Literature/{{Aladdin}}" and "Literature/AliBaba" have no known source before Galland's OlderThanSteam French translation.)

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* ''The Literature/ArabianNights'', mostly (though "Literature/{{Aladdin}}" and "Literature/AliBaba" have no known source before Galland's OlderThanSteam OlderThanRadio French translation.)
3rd Mar '18 1:31:13 PM LordGro
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* AccidentallyCorrectZoology: Vampire myths from many European cultures, centuries before vampire bats (which live in Latin America) were discovered. Also, while dragon myths are OlderThanDirt, depictions of winged dragons first appeared around this time, long before pterosaurs were discovered.

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* AccidentallyCorrectZoology: Vampire myths from many European cultures, centuries before vampire bats (which live in Latin America) were discovered. Also, while While dragon myths are OlderThanDirt, depictions of winged dragons first appeared around this time, long before pterosaurs were discovered.
3rd Mar '18 8:53:14 AM Lymantria
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* AccidentallyCorrectZoology: Vampire myths from many European cultures, centuries before vampire bats (which live in Latin America) were discovered.

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* AccidentallyCorrectZoology: Vampire myths from many European cultures, centuries before vampire bats (which live in Latin America) were discovered. Also, while dragon myths are OlderThanDirt, depictions of winged dragons first appeared around this time, long before pterosaurs were discovered.
3rd Mar '18 8:42:55 AM Lymantria
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* AccidentallyCorrectZoology: Vampire myths from many European cultures, centuries before vampire bats (which live in Latin America) were discovered.
29th Jan '18 8:44:51 AM Starshock
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* IncrediblyConspicuousDrag: In the ''Literature/PoeticEdda'', [[RatedMForManly the extremely manly god Thor]] [[ItMakesSenseInContext has to dress up as the beautiful goddess Freya in order to get his hammer back]]. Loki has to make many excuses to explain why "Freya" has an enourmous appetite, is incredibly large, takes thunderous steps, and has a ''beard''.

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* IncrediblyConspicuousDrag: In the ''Literature/PoeticEdda'', [[RatedMForManly the extremely manly god Thor]] [[ItMakesSenseInContext has to dress up as the beautiful goddess Freya in order to get his hammer back]]. Loki has to make many excuses to explain why "Freya" has an enourmous enormous appetite, is incredibly large, takes thunderous steps, and has a ''beard''.
19th Jan '18 1:56:47 PM LordGro
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* IncrediblyConspicuousDrag: In Myth/NorseMythology, [[RatedMForManly the extremely manly god Thor]] [[ItMakesSenseInContext has to dress up as the beautiful goddess Freya in order to get his hammer back]]. Loki has to make many excuses to explain why “Freya” has an enourmous appetite, is incredibly large, takes thunderous steps, and has a ''beard''.

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* IncrediblyConspicuousDrag: In Myth/NorseMythology, the ''Literature/PoeticEdda'', [[RatedMForManly the extremely manly god Thor]] [[ItMakesSenseInContext has to dress up as the beautiful goddess Freya in order to get his hammer back]]. Loki has to make many excuses to explain why “Freya” "Freya" has an enourmous appetite, is incredibly large, takes thunderous steps, and has a ''beard''.
18th Jan '18 6:48:22 PM Starshock
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* IncrediblyConspicuousDrag: In Myth/NorseMythology, [[RatedRForManly the extremely manly god Thor]] [[ItMakesSenseInContext has to dress up as the beautiful goddess Freya in order to get his hammer back]]. Loki has to make many excuses to explain why “Freya” has an enourmous appetite, is incredibly large, takes thunderous steps, and has a ''beard''.

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* IncrediblyConspicuousDrag: In Myth/NorseMythology, [[RatedRForManly [[RatedMForManly the extremely manly god Thor]] [[ItMakesSenseInContext has to dress up as the beautiful goddess Freya in order to get his hammer back]]. Loki has to make many excuses to explain why “Freya” has an enourmous appetite, is incredibly large, takes thunderous steps, and has a ''beard''.
18th Jan '18 6:47:38 PM Starshock
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* IncrediblyConspicuousDrag: In Myth/NorseMythology, [[RatedRForManly the extremely manly god Thor]] [[ItMakesSenseInContext has to dress up as the beautiful goddess Freya in order to get his hammer back]]. Loki has to make many excuses to explain why “Freya” has an enourmous appetite, is incredibly large, takes thunderous steps, and has a ''beard''.
4th Jan '18 6:24:03 PM mirisu92
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* HandCannon: The TropeNamer was a late 13th-century Chinese invention; the earliest models were literally miniaturised handheld cannons, hence the name (in some cases it was also already called a handgun, sometimes spelled "hand''gonne''". It reached Europe around the early 14th century.

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* HandCannon: The TropeNamer was a late 13th-century Chinese invention; the earliest models were literally miniaturised handheld cannons, hence the name (in name. (In some cases it was also already called a handgun, sometimes spelled "hand''gonne''". "hand''gonne''".) It reached Europe around the early 14th century.
4th Jan '18 6:23:33 PM mirisu92
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* HandCannon: The TropeNamer was a late-13th-century Chinese invention. It reached Europe around the early 14th century.

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* HandCannon: The TropeNamer was a late-13th-century late 13th-century Chinese invention.invention; the earliest models were literally miniaturised handheld cannons, hence the name (in some cases it was also already called a handgun, sometimes spelled "hand''gonne''". It reached Europe around the early 14th century.
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