"Robin Hood and Queen Katherine" is Child ballad 145. "Robin Hood's Chase", Child ballad 146, takes up after it.
The Queen Katherine of the title is not certainly identified. The periods of time with which Robin Hood has normally been associated did not have any queens named Katherine. Because the king is sometimes called Henry, she may be meant as Katherine of Aragon, placing the story in the time of Henry VIII of England.
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