The Queen of Scotland
The Queen of Scotland is Child ballad 301.
The Queen of Scotland tries to lure Troy Muir to her bed. When she fails, she directs him to lift a stone in her garden, and a hungry snake emerges. A woman cut off her breast to appease the beast, and the wound healed within an hour. Troy marries her. Nine months later, she bears a son, and her breast was restored.
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