Piers Plowman is a poem by William Langland that dates back to c. 1370-90. There is a line in it that reads "But I can rymes of Robyn Hood" - this is the first mention of the world-famous English outlaw in literature. It has been argued that Robin Hood may have been a real person, most likely living more than a century before this poem was published.
The image shows the Robin Hood statue at Nottingham Castle in England. The statue was unveiled in 1952.