Orientalism lense...    Asenath - from Edmund Dulac's Picture Book for the Red Cross    The Oral Tradition of the Arabian Nights  The Arabian Nights, the stories we know as the Thousand and One Nights are very old, having existed in their present form as early as the 13th century and many of them were told, by some accounts, as early as the 9th century.

Asenath Picture Book for the Red Cross Edmund Dulac illustration

BOOK: 1909 -  The Arabian Nights: Tales from a Thousand and One Nights (The Arabian Nights or Tales from 1001 Nights #1-3) by Anonymous, Richard Francis Burton (Translator),

BOOK: 1909 - The Arabian Nights: Tales from a Thousand and One Nights (The Arabian Nights or Tales from 1001 Nights by Anonymous, Richard Francis Burton (Translator),

Arabian Knights,  Scheherezade,  Edmund Dulac

Tales of the Arabian Nights Inspires Art

Edmund Dulac, Scheherazade, the Heroine of the Thousand and One Nights - Stories from The Arabian Nights as retold by Lawrence Housman, 1907

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Visions of the Jinn: A Visual History of Arabian Nights

4th grade symphony project. Mosaic? Depth? Visions of the Jinn: A Visual History of Arabian Nights | Brain Pickings

Visions of the Jinn: A Visual History of Arabian Nights

Dougray Scott as Sultan Shahryar and Mili Avital as Queen Scheherazade from the television miniseries, "Arabian Nights" (2000)

Arabian Nights - Dougray Scott, Mili Avital wallpaper containing a rifleman in The Arabian Nights Club

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