Guess the song 3
We're on a bit of a (rock and) roll now with our Guess the song competition. But we've decided that the previous ones haven't been devious enough, so this week we are making it ever so slightly trickier.
There are no prizes, just smug satisfaction when you get it right. Simply guess the name of the popular song from the clues provided by these medieval manuscripts. You can send us your suggestions via Twitter or using the comments field below this post. Good luck!
Update 21 August: Did you work it out? See below for the answer!
Image 1, from Boccaccioâ€™s Des cleres et nobles femmes 1st quarter of the 15th century, Royal 20 C V, f. 54r
Image 2, from Christine de Pizan, Collected works (â€˜The Book of the Queenâ€™), c. 1410â€“c. 1414, Harley MS 4431, f. 259v
Image 3, from Boccaccioâ€™s De Claris mulieribus, c. 1440, Royal MS 16 G V, f. 80r
Image 4, from the Alphonso Psalter, c. 1284â€“1316, Add MS 24686, f. 2r
Image 5, from the Golf Book, c. 1540, Add MS 24098, f. 21v
1. Helen of Troy 2. Christine de Pizan teaching 3. Jaia with sculptor's tools 4. St Martin 5. Couple courting
She came from Greece, she had a thirst for knowledge, she studied sculpture at St Martin's College, that's where I caught her eye
= Pulp, 'Common People'!