By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2013-07-14. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2017-05-28.
This page on websites includes a list of lists of websites and a list of websites.
Lists and webographies
- Robin Hood Project at the University of Rochester: Other Ressources. Lists a handful of dedicated sites.
The items included here deal exclusively with Robin Hood or have a substantial amount of significant Robin Hood-related material.
- Experience Nottinghamshire: Robin Hood (The official tourism website of Nottinghamshire)
- Here Begynneth A Lytell Geste of Robin Hood…
- The Legend of Robin Hood
- The Outlaw Robin Hood - His Yorkshire Legend (Barbara Green)
- Robin Hood: Bold Outlaw of Barnsdale and Sherwood. Site with information on various aspects of the tradition, history etc.
- Robin Hood: The Facts and the Fiction. Good site with information on many aspects of the Robin Hood tradition, with the emphasis on history and origins. Recommended.
- Robin Hood: have we forgotten his leson already? (Ben Turner)
- The Robin Hood Award 2016-17
- Robin Hood Explained (Everything Explained Today)
- The Robin Hood Project: a Robbins Library Digital Project (University of Rochester). Includes the paper 'Robin Hood: Development of a Popular Hero' by John H. Chandler (2006)
- Robin Hood - rob the rich to feed the poor.
- Robin Hood of Wakefield (Midgley Webpages). On history and origins, place-names etc. This site represents a substantial original research effort. Highly recommended.
- Robin Hood Outlaw Legend of Loxley. "An illustrated medieval history of Derbyshire, Yorkshire and Loxley around the time of Robin Hood and Little John".
- Robin Hood Scholars: IARHS on the Web. The web presence of the International Association for Robin Hood Studies.
- 'Robin Hood: Select Literary Bibliography' by John H. Chandler with contributions from Robbins Library Staff, and a selection of illustrations, etc.
- World Wide Robin Hood Society.
- Robin Hood-Wiki. In German.
- Robin Hood - www.robinhoodblog.com.