Widely known in a German Fairy Tale collection of the Brothers Grimm as a character imprisoned in a tower who lets down her long hair for a rescuer to climb in, according to Wikipedia, I found it interesting that the Grimm Brothers' version was actually an adaptation of a version originally written in 1710 by Fredrich Schulz, and his version was based on a 1698 version by someone else, which was based on a 1634 version by yet another someone else. You can read about it here https://en.wikipedia.org/---/Rapunzel ; ) You may also know that there are several literary and television adaptations of the Rapunzel tale, and even the Disney film, Tangled...but did you know that there is also a Rapunzel Flower, Lettuce, and even a Tomato Varitey? Your Rapunzel trivia for today. ; ) Great Game, HobbitGlen!!! : D
Severus Snape is a fictional character in J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. He is characterised as a person of great complexity, whose coldly sarcastic and controlled exterior conceals deep emotions and anguish.
(the Telamonian one) a mythological Greek hero, portrayed as a towering figure and a warrior of great courage in Homer's Iliad and in the Epic Cycle, a series of epic poems about the Trojan War. He is also referred to as "Greater Ajax," or "Ajax the Great", which distinguishes him from Ajax, son of Oileus (Ajax the Lesser). In Etruscan mythology, he is known as Aivas Tlamunus. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ajax_(mythology)
Yandroth is the "Scientist Supreme" of the other dimensional planet Yann, and a would-be-conqueror who encounters and challenges Doctor Strange, as a counterpart to the latter's title of Sorcerer Supreme. Doctor Strange defeats Yandroth, sending him to fall forever through the Dimension of Dreams.