Irish warrior

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(L-R) Galloglass, Cateran (peasant warrior or raider from a Scottish Highland clan), Highland chieftain and piper.-La Pintura y la Guerra. Sursumkorda in memoriam Scottish Warrior, Irish Warrior, Medieval Armor, Medieval Fantasy, Military Art, Military History, Celtic Warriors, Armadura Medieval, Samurai

La Pintura y la Guerra - Página 988

Un lugar para publicar y analizar los cuadros de las grandes batallas de la humanidad, desde la antigua Grecia hasta la invencion del cine a sido el unico mo…

Irish Men and Women, by Lucas d'Heere, about 1575 . Irish as they stand accoutred being at the service of the late King Henry, by Lucas d'Heere . Celtic Clothing, Irish Clothing, Irish Celtic, Irish Men, Gaelic Irish, High Fantasy, Medieval Fantasy, Irish Warrior, Celtic Warriors

Irish Men and Women, by Lucas d'Heere, about 1575

Irish Men and Women, by Lucas d'Heere, about 1575 . 81. Irish as they stand accoutred being at the service of the late King Henry, by Lucas d'Heere . 82...

Irish Men and Women, by Lucas d'Heere, about 1575 . Irish as they stand accoutred being at the service of the late King Henry, by Lucas d'Heere . Celtic Clothing, Irish Clothing, Irish Celtic, Irish Men, Gaelic Irish, High Fantasy, Medieval Fantasy, Irish Warrior, Celtic Warriors

Irish Men and Women, by Lucas d'Heere, about 1575

Irish Men and Women, by Lucas d'Heere, about 1575 . 81. Irish as they stand accoutred being at the service of the late King Henry, by Lucas d'Heere . 82...

(L-R) Galloglass, Cateran (peasant warrior or raider from a Scottish Highland clan), Highland chieftain and piper.-La Pintura y la Guerra. Sursumkorda in memoriam Scottish Warrior, Irish Warrior, Medieval Armor, Medieval Fantasy, Military Art, Military History, Celtic Warriors, Armadura Medieval, Samurai

1544 - Original Painting

Motor Sport Art by Michael Turner and Graham Turner, Aviation Art by Michael Turner, Medieval and Historic Art by Graham Turner

La Pintura y la Guerra. Sursumkorda in memoriam Celtic Clothing, Irish Clothing, Renaissance, Osprey Publishing, Military Costumes, Irish Warrior, Celtic Warriors, Landsknecht, Irish Boys

La Pintura y la Guerra - Página 1170

Un lugar para publicar y analizar los cuadros de las grandes batallas de la humanidad, desde la antigua Grecia hasta la invencion del cine a sido el unico mo…

Mogh Roith on Making History: Making a Century Leine & “Kerns” Jacket Celtic Clothing, Irish Clothing, Medieval Clothing, Historical Clothing, Historical Dress, Renaissance Garb, Irish Warrior, Celtic Warriors, Medieval World

Making a 16th Century Leine & “Kerns” Jacket

LYNNE WILLIAMS generously provided patterns and instructions how to make clothing for a Kern interpretation for the original print publicati...

As Scots, they shared a common background and language with the Irish, but as they had intermarried with the century Norse settlers of Western Scotland, the Irish called them foreign Gaels. Renaissance, Irish Warrior, Scottish Warrior, Irish Clothing, Celtic Warriors, Celtic Culture, Landsknecht, Medieval Weapons, Knight Armor

Galloglass and Irish kern, 1540

Andrea Modesti Art: Galloglass and Irish kern, 1540

Derrick's The Image of Irelande & Irish Clothing Larp, Irish Costumes, Irish Clothing, Renaissance, Irish Warrior, Celtic Warriors, Landsknecht, Historical Art, Irish Men

Derrick's The Image of Irelande (1581) & Irish Clothing

Derrick's The Image of Irelande (1581) pt.1 The following images are woodcuts that appeared in the book The Image of Irelande by John Derricke, and published by John Daye in London in 1581. Derricke was believed to have been a retainer to Sir Henry Sidney & was an eyewitness to the events in Ireland during this period. While the book is most certainly Sassenach propaganda, it is considered by most historians to be an important work illustrating Irish costume and customs and the…

A concept drawing for the Irish (Actually, she's Norse-Gaellic) Woman Warrior in the Historically Wrong Sketch Series: Medieval Revisited, which is roug. Deirdriu of Treibheanna na Eireann (Irish) Knight Drawing, Knight Art, Medieval Art, Medieval Fantasy, Medieval Times, Fantasy Warrior, Fantasy Rpg, Viking Images, Celtic Warriors

Deirdriu of Treibheanna na Eireann (Irish) by Gambargin on DeviantArt

A concept drawing for the Irish (Actually, she's Norse-Gaellic) Woman Warrior in the Historically Wrong Sketch Series: Medieval Revisited, which is roug... Deirdriu of Treibheanna na Eireann (Irish)

This pin is about Irish Warrior dress. Note the pale green leine. Irish Clothing, Ireland Clothing, Historical Clothing, Ireland People, Ireland Culture, Irish Warrior, Celtic Warriors, Irish People, Art Folder

16th century images of Irish people | Irish Archaeology

A collection of images depicting 16th century Irish people. Although the majority of figures illustrated are soldiers, there are also some great pictures of women, especially by the Flemish artist, Lucas d'Heere.

This illustration is from the Códice De Trajes Biblioteca Nacional de España and shows the dress of Irish and Scottish Gaels. Both figures are wearing a Léine, the long shirt like tunic that was the common element in Gaelic clothing for many centuries. Celtic Clothing, Irish Clothing, Irish Celtic, Celtic Art, Irish Costumes, Irish Tartan, Irish Warrior, Celtic Warriors, Irish People

The Milesians: Mythic Origins of the Ancient Irish

The Milesians are a legendary race of people mentioned in the Lebor Gabála Érenn (‘The Book of the Taking of Ireland’). According to this work, which attained its current structure during the 11th century, the Milesians were the last wave of invaders who came to Ireland.

"Scottish foot-soldier that fought at the Battle of the Standard, August 22 for King David l of Scotland."-The leaders of the Anglo-Norman armies wore the best and most complete armor. Scottish Army, Scottish Warrior, Irish Warrior, Celtic Clothing, Medieval Clothing, Medieval Knight, Medieval Fantasy, Celtic Warriors, Wars Of The Roses

Medieval Knights: Arms and Armor at Northallerton - Warfare History Network

By 1135, there were probably five thousand medieval knights in England, but they differed little from their great-grandfathers who fought with William the Conqueror at Hastings.