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The Irish Wars 1485-1603 (Men-at-Arms) [Illustrated] [Paperback]

Ian Heath , David Sque
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At the beginning of the Tudor period Ireland was a patchwork of some 90 principal 'lordships' or 'countries' of which about a third were ruled by lords and captains of Anglo-Irish extraction and the rest by Gaelic chieftains, the so-called 'mere Irish' (i.e. full-blooded Irish, from the Latin merus, 'pure'). Read the first page
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