This two-handed sword is patterned after the massive swords carried by the elite Irish mercenaries of Scottish descent known as gallowglass (also galloglass or galloglas - an anglicization of the Gaelic gallóglaigh / gallóglach that translates literally as "young, foreign soldier"). Between the mid-13th and late 16th c., these fearless, heavily armoured infantrymen fought alongside the kerns, the light infantry who made up the bulk of the Irish forces in the late Middle Ages and Renaissance.More information
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