Prince de Perse

What a dashing warrior we have here…the obsession with armored riders seized me last week while I was listening to, about 30 times a day, “Arabian Knights” from Siouxie. Then came the idea of a dazzling arabian prince, riding fearless among wild deserts…However, after a couple of researches based on historical documents it seemed to me that these antic riders where dramatically badly dressed compared to their Persians contemporaries, and I’ve never been so crazy about turbans. This is how the arabian prince naturally became a Prince of Persia©, which led to another research field just as Historical.

L’elegant Guerrier que voila…L’obssession des cavaliers en armure s’est emparee de moi la semaine derniere alors que j’ecoutais a peu pres 30 fois par jour Arabian knights de Siouxie. Ainsi est nee l’idee du fringant prince arabe chevauchant sans peur au coeur de deserts sauvages. Toutefois apres quelques recherches historiques, il m’a semble que les dits cavaliers antiques etaient fort mal nippes au regard de leurs contemporains persans, les turbans ca n’a jamais ete mon truc. Le prince arabe est naturellement devenu un prince de Perse, ce qui a ouvert un autre champ de recherche tout aussi Historique.

 

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