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MacSweeny Gallóglaich,
from Goghe's Map of 1567.

MacSweeney galloglass from John Goghe's 1567 map of Ireland, wearing mail
and what look to be morions or cabassets, and (right) a crested 'skull'.

Illustration of Irish warriors by Albrecht Durer, 1521
Irish warriors, 'DRAVN AFTER THE QVICKE', early 16th century
Irish Piper & Warrior from Códice De Trajes, 1547
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. Irishman and Irishwoman, by Lucas d'Heere
Irish rider, published by Abraham de Bruyn, 1575
Derricke's The Image of Irelande (1581)
A Gallóglaich in Elizabeth I's Charter to Dublin, 1581-82
Irish soldier serving on the continent by Casper Rutz, 1586
Other Illustrations of Irish Costume & Soldiers