Why was Robin Hood deemed the winner of the archery tournament? As you recall, all other archers were eliminated except Robin and one other. During the final round of the competition the other archer's arrow hit the bullseye dead center. Robin Hood then shot and his arrow split his competitor's arrow and Robin Hood was deemed the winner. Technically, both arrows hit the exact same spot in the center of the bullseye so why was Robin Hood declared the winner? See more
In the year of Our Lord 1191 when Richard, the Lion-Heart, set forth to drive the infidels from the Holy Land, he gave the Regency of his Kingdom to his trusted friend, Longchamps, instead of to his treacherous brother, Prince John.
Bitterly resentful, John hoped for some disaster to befall Richard so that he, with the help of the Norman barons, might seize the throne for himself. And then on a luckless day for the Saxons...
Town Crier announcing capture of Richard
News has come from Vienna: "Leopold of Austria has seized ...