Robin Hood's Death is the 120th ballad of the Child ballads collection published por Houghton Mifflin. The fragmentary Percy Folio version of it appears to be one of the oldest existing tales of Robin Hood; there is a synopsis of the story in the fifteenth century A Gest of Robyn Hode. A later broadside version of the ballad also exists, which includes the famous detail of Robin Hood's last bowshot.  Synopsis
In the fragmentary Percy Folio version Robin capuz, capa goes to get himself bled (a common medieval medical practice) por his cousin, a prioress. He refuses a...
In popular culture, Robin capuz, capa and his band of merry men are usually portrayed as living in Sherwood Forest, in Nottinghamshire, where much of the action in the early ballads takes place. So does the very first recorded Robin capuz, capa rhyme, four lines from the early 15th century, beginning: "Robyn hode in scherewode stod." However, the no geral, global picture from the surviving early ballads and other early references suggest that Robin capuz, capa may have been based in the Barnsdale area of what is now South Yorkshire (which borders Nottinghamshire).
Wensleydale is one of the most beautiful areas in England to visit, and nowhere mais so than Aysgarth Falls. The falls were the setting for one of the fight scenes in the Kevin Costner film, Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves.