Albert's song 'Kings and Queens'
Albert Singing Kings and Queens
William and Adso manage to escape the library and begin to decipher Venantius' message, suspecting a connection to Dolcino. Meanwhile, as the papal delegation continues to advance towards the monastery, Gui receives a message from the pope expanding his power even further.
Adso, a young soldier and son of a German general befriends William of Baskerville, a learned and intelligent English Franciscan friar. The two journey to a remote monastery, where an important conference will be held between the Pope's delegation and that of the Emperor. They arrive just as the body of one of the monks is found; initially dismissed as a suicide, suspicions arise when a second body is discovered shortly after.
With the Pope’s delegation on their way to the Abbey, William and Adso investigate the mysterious deaths and conclude they are the work of a serial killer. They find a trail that leads straight to the infamous library and devise a plan to break in to the labyrinth.