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''Robin Hood and Queen Katherine'' is also known as ''Renowned Robin Hood'',<ref>{{:Gable, John Harris 1939a}}, p. 147.</ref> under which title it is referred to in the Allusion dated 1661 which is cited below.
 
''Robin Hood and Queen Katherine'' is also known as ''Renowned Robin Hood'',<ref>{{:Gable, John Harris 1939a}}, p. 147.</ref> under which title it is referred to in the Allusion dated 1661 which is cited below.
  
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* {{:Child, Francis James 1882a}}, vol. III, pp. 196-205.
 
* {{:Child, Francis James 1882a}}, vol. III, pp. 196-205.

Revision as of 08:52, 28 July 2018

Ballad
Child 145
Title Robin Hood and Queen Katherine
Versions 3
Variants 8
Stanzas 42
Date c. 1650[1]

By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2014-09-03. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-07-28.

Robin Hood and Queen Katherine is also known as Renowned Robin Hood,[2] under which title it is referred to in the Allusion dated 1661 which is cited below.

Editions

Scholarly collections

Translations

German

Allusions

1661 - Wood, Anthony - Note on Robin Hood ballads

[Note on the back of a slip pasted on f. 319a of Anthony Wood's MS 'Survey of the Antiquities of the City of Oxford' (1661-66):] Robin Hood and Maid Marian; R. H. and the bishop; R. H.'s progress to Notingham; R. H. newly revived; The noble fisherman or R. H.'s preferment; R. H. and the beggar; R. H. and the butcher; R. H.'s chase; R. H. and the shepherd; Renowned R. H.[3]

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