MACFARLANE'S LANTERN T-SHIRT (Size S, M, L, XL, 3Xl, 4XL)
During the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries in Scotland, the ritual of cattle stealing was commonplace. That MacFarlanes became the best in the business at the Highland art of cattle rustling is underlined with the well documented local nickname for the moon, "MacFarlane's Lantern". The full moon is still referred to this during Scottish weather reports today and pride in their skill is shown in the name of their Clan Pipe Pibroch "Thogail nam bo theid sinn" ("Lifting the Cattle We Shall Go") written by their 9th chief, Andrew the Wizard.
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