Battle / Event Title: political conflict

General Details
Name / Locationpolitical conflict
Date1305
Sceneland
Ports / Ships Involved
Cause inter-provincial battle
Classification Political Conflict
ResultPilip O Raighilligh, the heir of the Clann Suibne and Mac Burrce, captain of the galloglasses of the country and 140 of their followers were slain.
Long Term Consequences
Individuals Involved in Battle / Eventheir of Clann Suibhne
Forces Involved Details
Forces Involved - ForPilip O Raighilligh and the Muinter Raighilligh; heir of Clann Suibne; Mac Burrce, head of the galloglasses of the country; 140 others
Forces Involved - AgainstAodh son of Cathal O Conchobhair and all the Clann Murtagh
Place of Galloglass in Forces Involved2nd
Victory / Defeat / NeitherDefeat
Casulties For: DeadPilip O Raighilligh, the heir of the Clann Suibne and Mac Burrce, captain of the galloglasses of the country and 140 of their followers were slain.
Casulties For - Wounded
Casulties Against: Dead
Casulties Against - Wounded
Galloglass Specific Details
Hereditary or New Recruit
Role in Battle
Tactics Employed
Style of Dress
Weaponry
Employment Status
Employer's NamePilip O Raighilligh
Employer's EthnicityIrish
Employer's Status lord
Payment Details
Type of Payment
Form of Payment
When was Payment Received
Technical Term of Payment
Location for Collection of Payment - For Employer
Collector of Payment - For Employer
Collector of Payment - For Employee
Payment for Employee
Fines for Breach of Contract
Person to Whom Fine was payable
Presence of Horses in Battle / Event
Hostages and Opponents Details
Hostages Taken
Hostages Taken - Form of Ransom
Hostages Taken - Place of Imprisonment
Hostages Taken - Date of Release
Opponents Hostages
Opponents Hostages - Form of Ransom
Opponents Hostages - Place of Imprisonment
Opponents Hostages - Date of Release
Opponents Dress
Opponents Weaponry
Opponents Trophies
Source(s)
TitleAU, 1301/5, p.403
TitleThe Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 207, paragraph 3 (1304)