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Carlow County Tartan

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Irish Gaelic: Ceatharlach
A county of Southern Ireland name from the county town Carlow.  The Arms have strong associations with the Butler family.  Like the Arms of Kilkenny and Tipperary, the field is ermine and for the same reasons. The two English lions signify that the Butlers held their land from the English crown. The Lion Rampant comes from the arms of another Butler family from Garrybunden in the County.

Irish Gaelic: Ceatharlach
A county of Southern Ireland name from the county town Carlow. The Arms have strong associations with the Butler family. Like the Arms of Kilkenny and Tipperary, the field is ermine and for the same reasons. The two English lions signify that the Butlers held their land from the English crown. The Lion Rampant comes from the Arms of another Butler family from Garrybunden in the County.  

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