They also say that Robin’s outlaws were very well-organized and skilful in their attacks.
They were very disciplined and obeyed strict rules of behavior.
In the years of King Richard the Lionheart (1189-1199) there lived a brave and intelligent man called Robin Hood.
He was a feared outlaw, who loved liberty and hated oppression.
Looking at the textbook, “The West: Encounters and Transformations” by Brian Levack, there is very little information regarding the English heroine.
However, there are several areas that depict the era of the 12th century. In the 2010 movie, “Robin Hood,” staring Russell Crowe and Cate Blanchett, I examined the movies portrayal of Robin Hood versus the history of Robin Hood in our textbook.
That was when feudalism was established as the main system of government and way of life in Medieval Europe. It was hit several invasions of the Vikings, they Magyars, Muslim pirates, and others.
People could no longer look to a central ruler for protection.
In the movie, “Robin Hood,” Lady Marion gives an example of Feudalism when she speaks of her five thousand acres of land.
Sir Walter Loxely refers to this land in the later part of the movie as land awarded to her husband for his service in protecting and fighting for the king of England.