Arthurian (67) Blackbeard@ (29) Don Juan (1) Faust (19) Robin Hood (29) See also: Science: Social Sciences: Archaeology: Alternative (305) Society: Folklore: Literature: Tales: Fabulous Creatures (104) Legends – Exploring legend in history, folklore, literature, fiction, and the arts. The Book of Legends – Popular legends retold by Horace E. Scudder (1900); e-text at the Baldwin Project. Christ Legends – Eleven legends retold by Selma Lagerlöf (1908); e-text at the Baldwin Project. Gunpowder Gertie – Pirate Queen of the Kootenays – Kootenay mountain legend of piracy on British Columbia’s waterways. Heroic Legends – European legends from the Middle Ages, by Agnes Grozier Herbertson (1908), e-text from Kellscraft Studio. Legend of Semiramis – On the legendary queen of Assyria, said to have built Babylon with its hanging gardens. Legend of the Lady of the Lake – Synopsis of the Legend of the Lady of Lake at Lake Rokonkoma, New York. Legends of Florence – Collected and retold by Charles Godfrey Leland (1895), e-text from Making of America. Legends of the Rhine – By Wilhelm Ruland (1906) with illustrations; e-text at Kellscraft Studio. Luxembourg Legends – Five legends of Luxembourg presented by the Luxembourg Tourist Office in London. Mysteries of Rennes-le-Chateau – Manuscript images and details of the research of Gay Roberts on the mysterious treasure of Rennes-le-Chateau. Project Sheba – Discussion of the source texts, legends, and theories on the Queen of Sheba, by Miri Hunter Haruach. Rennes-Le-Chateau – Searching for the lost treasure of Rennes-le-Chateau. Shine: The Concept of the World in Macedonian Folk Legends – Essay by Ermis Lafazanovski discussing pre-Christian and Christian ideas on the concept of the world as present in Macedonian legends. The Wise Men of Gotham – Humorous tales about the men of Gotham, who pretended to be madmen during the reign of King John of England.