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Why does this template call Old Irish "Old Gaelic"? I'm aware that there are some people in the world who do this, but most scholarship I've come across does not; the article on the subject is also called Old Irish which creates an odd dissonance for the user when they click on a link with one name and get an article with the other. This has a bit of an NPOV / activist feel about it.