Wikipedia wrote:In the 16th century, Robin Hood is given a specific historical setting. Up until this point there was little interest in exactly when Robin's adventures took place. The original ballads refer at various points to "King Edward", without stipulating whether this is Edward I, Edward II, or Edward III. Hood may thus have been active at any point between 1272 and 1377. However, during the 16th century the stories become fixed to the 1190s, the period in which King Richard was absent from his throne, fighting in the crusades. This date is first proposed by John Mair in his Historia Majoris Britanniæ (1521), and gains popular acceptance by the end of the century.
Bouncy Castle wrote:Personally, I thought it was around half past three.
simmonds91 wrote: fun fact: turns out that robin hood never actually existed in "real life",
simmonds91 wrote: he is merely a story.
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