750 years of English occupation of Ireland (850 in Ulster, and counting) produced a few contemptuous names for the foreign conqueror. Four that appear in Ulysses are "Saxon," "Sassenach," "paleface," and "stranger."

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Anglo-Norman knights disembarking at Waterford, before their battle with Rory O'Connor, high king of the Irish chieftains. Source:

Ireland in 1450, from Source: Wikimedia Commons.

Viking settlements in Ireland. Source:

Folio 53 of the 12th century Book of Leinster, one of more than a dozen medieval manuscripts that record the Lebor Gabála Érenn, held in the library of Trinity College, Dublin. Source: Wikimedia Commons.