Yes quite a few now.
- Always research what you experience, as you have, that what you see matches the historic facts.
On one occasion as I was driving to work on a winters morning I had to drive through a rank of soldiers, in 3's and about 40 of them. They wore very long loose white shirts, some had leather jackets or shawls, most with belts, and long poles.
From the clothing they looked 1400's ish to me, so I researched the location for any battles in that time.
I found a reference that William Wallace took the town in 1308, and was attacked from a neighbouring town - but they were not expecting such a large force there - so they retreated "Across the marshes" to the next town. William Wallace sent his men to follow them in a grater number - and slaughtered them.
This road is the road through the marshes on a direct route to the next town - so it was certainly the one used and recorded as a battle in 1308 on maps and manuscripts.
They were not as well organised - or well dressed as the pictures we see of the battle today - Most wore brown, and nobody wore tartan!