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The saga of Maid Marion opens as: The abbot stands at the altar in the abbey-chapel of Rubygill, at a little distance from the western boundary of Sherwood Forest, with all his plump, sleek, rosy friars, to solemnise the nuptials of the beautiful Matilda Fitzwater, daughter of the Baron of Arlingford, with the noble Robert Fitz-Ooth, Earl of Locksley and Huntingdon. When the ceremony is abruptly interrupted by armed soliders and her love is labelled a traitor by King Henry, Marion's journey through treacherous times begins.