|Caption||Jack Cade. To avoid being trapped in the city by a raised drawbridge, Cade cut the ropes of the drawbridge forming part of London Bridge as he and his huge army rode victoriously into the capital. Once in he declared arrogantly that he was lord of the city. Original artwork for illustration on p15 of Look and Learn issue no 991 (7 March 1981). Lent for scanning by The Gallery of Illustration.|
|Artist||William Francis Phillipps|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn|
|Keywords||Jack Cade city London soldiers army London bridge drawbridge sword houses middle ages medieval|
|Image ref||Maximum size available||Views|
|A005048||3,500 x 4,571 pixels||1,115|
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