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The history of Anglo-Saxon England is told in what contemporary manuscript?
It originated in the regn of Alfred the Great, who may have ordered it to be compiled
It lasted in several forms until 1154
24 May, 1450
Jack Cade's rebellion begins
Cade, an Irish soldier, led men from Kent, Surrey, Sussex,, and Middlesex against Henry VI
His nickname meant 'ill council'
He gained the throne after his mother killed his half-brother, Edward the Martyr
The nickname was improperly translated as 'Unready'