Also the term *Gallowglass* might be appropriate. Here's a Wikipedia
article on it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gallowglass
Hope this helps!
Sebhdann ingen Cinaedha
Shire of Wyewood, An Tir
Clannet, Clan Carn
*mka Sue V.*
Move Your Feet to a Marching Drum
We'll win the war and pay the toll,
We'll Fight as One in Heart and Soul
--'The March of Cambreadth'--Heather Alexander
On Wed, Feb 3, 2010 at 8:47 AM, Diana Cosby <diana@...> wrote:
> What would a person in the late 1290's be called who sold their
> expertise in military knowledge, their lethal skills and worked for the
> highest bidder be called? Thank you very much!
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