R | | Adventure, Drama, History
In Persia in the 11th Century, a surgeon's apprentice disguises himself as a Jew to study at a school that does not admit Christians.
In the West, Ibn Sinna is referred to as Avicenna. He is renowned as a foundational figure in the history of medicine.
Back and forth, up and down, left to right, for more than one hundred years. But nowhere have I had the pleasure of looking out upon a crowd with prettier girls than here in your wonderful Rough Dovender. Why do I specially like it here because... I...
The edition of "Arabian Nights" that Rebecca carries seems to be a pocket book. Such a format was not created until the 19th century by editors intending to profit from low-margin mass-produced books. In the time of the story, books were copied by hand and therefore scarce and expensive. There was no reason to make smaller books. Instead, they were usually large enough for two people to read at once.
German TV version runs approx. 30 minutes longer.