Was Robin Hood real?
Was Robin Hood a real person? That seems to be a chicken-or-the-egg question.
Some medieval scholars claim that variants of "Robin Hood" (Robhode, Robert Hode, and others) were simply generic terms for an outlaw. The reason? That name had been applied to different bandits over hundreds of years in England.
Other scholars argue that this indicates there once was an original Robin Hood from which these generic variants spawned. However, no one has been able to definitively establish who this original Robin Hood was... if he ever existed.
One thing is certain. As perhaps the best-known tale of English folklore, the Robin Hood legend continues to find resonance in cultures across the globe even to this day.
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