Briar Rose

Briar Rose may refer to:

  • A version of Sleeping Beauty written by the Brothers Grimm, and the name of the princess in it
  • A pseudonym used by Princess Aurora in Walt Disney's Sleeping Beauty
  • Briar Rose (novel), a 1992 novel by Jane Yolen
  • Briar Rose, a novella by Robert Coover
  • Rosa rubiginosa, also known as sweet briar, a flowering plant
  • The Legend of Briar Rose, a series of paintings by the Pre-Raphaelite artist Edward Burne-Jones
  • Briar Rose (band), a traditional heavy metal band from Swansea, Massachusetts, USA
  • Briar Rose, a non-player character from the RPG Fable: The Lost Chapters, developed by Big Blue Box
  • "Briar Rose" (Dollhouse), the eleventh episode of Dollhouse

Other articles related to "briar rose, briar, rose":

List Of Fables Characters - The Homelands - Arabian Fables - Ali Baba
... who burned down the city, and where Briar Rose, still asleep, is being held ... Ali Baba sneaks into the camp, and finds both Briar Rose and, Lumi, the Snow Queen, also asleep ... When that doesn't work, he kisses Briar Rose, who awakens from the spell, along with the Snow Queen ...
Briar Rose (band)
... Briar Rose is a traditional heavy metal band from Swansea, Massachusetts ... is taken from the title of the variant story of Sleeping Beauty by the Brothers Grimm, Briar Rose ...
List Of Fables Characters - New York Fables - Briar Rose
... Better known as Sleeping Beauty, Briar Rose was Prince Charming's second wife ... her, the affection of a dog being honest and true (though Briar threatened Bigby never to tell a soul of the incident) ... While generally a hazard, forcing Rose to take extreme care and wear gloves at all times, the curse has proved useful on at least two occasions ...
Aurora (Disney) - Appearances - Sleeping Beauty
... fairies take Aurora to a secluded cottage in the forest and change her name to Briar Rose ... Briar Rose does not realize he is Prince Phillip who is betrothed to her, and they agree to meet again that evening ... But when Briar Rose returns with the news of meeting a strange but enchanting man, the fairies must tell her she can never see him again ...

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