wala akong alam
Tagalog for 'without I know'. It should really be
Hindi ko alam 'Not I know'. (Yes Tagalog is one of my languages). But what this is doing here in this answer I do not know.
The story of Robin Hood has several climaxes as it is really a collection of stories each with its own climax. The story of Robin Hood was originally a series of ballads. We could list a series of them:
well this question is impossible to be told cuz people tell their grand sons and when they grow up they tell their grand son... and like that so it moves from one to another so that's why i can't tell you when...
The original book (based on a real family and using real names) was about the Galbraith family, headed by Frank and Lillian Galbraith. They were efficiency experts. They had six sons and six daughters. These 14 are the main characters of the book. (One daughter asked to be left out of the book and thus is mentioned only one time in the whole story). The thread that goes through the whole book is the overpowering character of the father.
The most famous merry men were Little John, Much the Miller's son, Will Scarlet, Robert a Bland, David of Doncaster, Will Stutely, Friar Tuck, Alan a Dale, a minstrel and Maid Marion.
While most recent writings about Robin Hood place him in Sherwood Forest, which is in Nottinghamshire, the earliest sources of the legend, which are ballads dated before 1450, place him in Barnsdale Heath, which is in Yorkshire, about fifty miles north of Sherwood Forest. I follow the ballads in my novel The Robin Hood Chronicles.
The real Robin Hood never met Maid Marion. She is a later creation to add a romantic interest to the old tales.
Very simply: Robin Hood was a robbing (thief) hood (hoodlum) who did not believe
in the biblical (Godly) principle of giving and receiving, but rather - - - taking and
redistributing, which is considered by Godly civilized human beings to be the work
It was to show that they were all equal - no-one was more important than the others.
No, his bow was made from the wood of one of the Yew trees from Sherwood Forest
Robin Hood and Ivanhoe were Saxons.
Richard the Lion-hearted
Richard I of England
I hope you realize that it is the Armour that is black not the man himself.
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because he was the hero of the 13 century and he stole the rich to give the oor snd he became famouse for giving not taking
Yes they were very good fiends infact Little John was his right hand man.
What was the mood of Robin Hood's bow? For some reason, it was a crossbow.
Because he considered him a criminal
Christopher Robin Hood is 6' 0".
they are in the same movie with the same character
I have a copy of Robinson Crusoe, Whitman Classics, that was given to me in 1973. However, the publishing date is MCMLV - 1955.
No, it was filmed in Technicolor. The extreme bright colors made me think it was colorized later, but I found out that it was filmed in color
A robin is a bird. It has a red/orange breast, gray body, and black head with an orange-yellow beak.