Robin Hood is a heroic outlaw in English folklore who, according to legend, was
a highly skilled ...... The fact that the earliest Robin Hood type place-names
originated in West Yorkshire is deemed ...
Legend has it that Robin Hood was an outlaw living in Sherwood Forest with his '
Merry Men' - but did he really exist? There are several versions of the Robin ...
Robin is more fiction than fact. If you're interested in the growth and development
of the legend in ballads, plays, novels and film, please check out my Wolfshead ...
Hundreds of pages covering the legend of Robin Hood. Includes extensive
Research into the facts behind this famous outlaw.
Read about the history of Robin Hood and whether or not he was a real person.
... Plus any pertinent facts and public records, ones that could determine the ...
personage, or simply a character in the fictional sense, remains inconclusive.
From the fourteenth century, there are definitely ballads that refer to a character,
known as 'Robin Hood'. These ballads were surviving in the 15th or early 16th ...
Dec 28, 2014 ... Some have argued that Robin Hood was a fictional character, since ... The
biggest problem with this claim, however, is the fact that Robin Hood ...
World Wide Robin Hood Society's "Many Faces of Robin Hood" website.
Recently updated ... I Agree. Loading... fact banner ... In Fact and Fiction. In
History and ...
Together with a wealth of literature spawned by the traditional tales and ballads,
fact and fiction frequently combine to represent a rich seam of speculative ...
There can be no doubt about. Sherlock Holmes or Indiana Jones. They are
definitely invented characters. But Robin Hood: fact or fiction? That question has