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Sindbad, the Sailor (Legendary character)


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    • Sinbad, the Sailor (Legendary character)
    • Sindbad (Legendary character from Arabian nights)
    • Sinbad (Legendary character from Arabian nights)
    • Sindibād (Legendary character from Arabian nights)
    • سندباد (Legendary character from Arabian nights)
    • سندباد، البحري (Legendary character)
    • Sindibād, al-Baḥrī (Legendary character)
    • Сіндбад-мараход (Legendary character)
    • Sindbad-marakhod (Legendary character)
    • Сіндбад (Legendary character from Arabian nights)
    • Синдбад, Мореплавателят (Legendary character)
    • Sindbad, Moreplavateli︠a︡t (Legendary character)
    • Синдбад (Legendary character from Arabian nights)
    • Sindbad, Moreplovac (Legendary character)
    • Sindbad, der Seefahrer (Legendary character)
    • Σεβάχ (Legendary character from Arabian nights)
    • Sevach (Legendary character from Arabian nights)
    • Σεβάχ, ο Θαλασσινός (Legendary character)
    • Sevach, o Thalassinos (Legendary character)
    • Simbad, el Marino (Legendary character)
    • Simbad (Legendary character from Arabian nights)
    • Sinbado, la Maristo (Legendary character)
    • Sinbado (Legendary character from Arabian nights)
    • Sinbad, itsasgizona (Legendary character)
    • Sinbad, le marin (Legendary character)
    • Simbad, o mariño (Legendary character)
    • 신드바드 (Legendary character from Arabian nights)
    • Sindŭbadŭ (Legendary character from Arabian nights)
    • Sinbad, si Pelaut (Legendary character)
    • Sindbað, sæfari (Legendary character)
    • Sindbað, farmaður (Legendary character)
    • Sindbad, il marinaio (Legendary character)
    • סינבד (Legendary character from Arabian nights)
    • סינבד, המלח (Legendary character)
    • Sinbad, ha-Melaḥ (Legendary character)
    • Baharia Sindbad (Legendary character)
    • Sindbad, Baharia (Legendary character)
    • Синбад, Морепловецот (Legendary character)
    • Sinbad, Moreplovecot (Legendary character)
    • Sinbad, de Zeeman (Legendary character)
    • Sindbad, de Zeeman (Legendary character)
    • シンドバッド (Legendary character from Arabian nights)
    • Shindobaddo (Legendary character from Arabian nights)
    • Sindbad, Żeglarz (Legendary character)
    • Sinbad, marinarul (Legendary character)
    • Синдбад-мореход (Legendary character)
    • Sindbad-morekhod (Legendary character)
    • Sindbad, Merenkulkija (Legendary character)
    • Sinbad, Sjöfararen (Legendary character)
    • Denizci Sinbad (Legendary character)
    • Sinbad, Denizci (Legendary character)
    • Сіндбад-мореплавець (Legendary character)
    • Sindbad-moreplavet︠s︡ʹ (Legendary character)
  • Additional Information

    • Descriptor

        Legendary character
    • Descriptor

        Legendary character from Arabian nights
    • Descriptor

        Fictitious characters
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Baghdad (Iraq)
    • Gender

        Males
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  • Sources

    • found: Sindbad the Sailor, 2012?
    • found: Yeoman, John. The seven voyages of Sinbad the Sailor, 1997.
    • found: Captain Sindbad, 2009.
    • found: Sinbad, 2010.
    • found: Severin, Timothy. Fī aʻqāb al-Sindibād, 1994:title page (سندباد = Sindibād)
    • found: Encyclopædia Britannica online, May 18, 2018(Sindbad the Sailor, literary character; Sindbad the Sailor, Sindbad also spelled Sinbad, hero of The Thousand and One Nights who recounts his adventures on seven voyages. He is not to be confused with Sindbad the Wise, hero of the frame story of the Seven Wise Masters) - https://www.britannica.com/topic/Sindbad-the-Sailor
    • found: Wikipedia, May 18, 2018(Sinbad the Sailor; Sinbad (or Sindbad) the Sailor (Arabic: سندباد البحري = al-Sindibād al-Baḥrī) is a fictional mariner and the hear of a story-cycle in Middle Eastern origin. He is described as hailing from Badhdad during the early Abbasid Caliphate (8th and 9th centuries CE))
    • found: Wikipedia, May 18, 2018:Belarusian page (Сіндбад-мараход = Sindbad-marakhod) Bulgarian page (Синдбад Мореплавателят = Sindbad Moreplavateli︠a︡t) Bosnian page (Sindbad Moreplovac) German page (Sindbad; Sindbad der Seefahrer) Greek page (Σεβάχ = Sevach; Σεβάχ ο Θαλασσινός = Sevach o Thalassinos) Spanish page (Simbad el Marino) Esperanto page (Sinbado la Maristo) Basque page (Sinbad itsasgizona) French page (Sinbad le marin) Galician page (Simbad o mariño) Korean page (신드바드 = Sindŭbadŭ) Indonesian page (Sinbad si Pelaut) Icelandic page (Sindbað sæfari; Sindbað famaður) Italian page (Sindbad il marinaio) Hebrew page (סינבד = Sinbad; סינבד המלח = Sinbad ha-Melaḥ) Swahili page (Baharia Sindbad) Macedonian page (Синбад Морепловецот = Sinbad Moreplovecot) Dutch page (Sinbad de Zeeman; Sindbad de Zeeman) Japanese page (シンドバッド = Shindobaddo) Polish page (Sindbad Żeglarz) Romanian page (Sinbad marinarul) Russian page (Синдбад-мореход = Sindbad-morekhod) Finnish page (Sindbad Merenkulkija) Swedish page (Sinbad Sjöfararen) Turkish page (Denizci Sinbad) Ukrainian page (Сіндбад-мореплавець = Sindbad-moreplavet︠s︡ʹ)
    • found: German National Library GND, via WWW, May 18, 2018(Sindbad, der Seefahrer)
  • Editorial Notes

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  • Change Notes

    • 2018-05-18: new
    • 2018-08-03: revised
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