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Constantine II

Constantine II  

(d. 952),king of ‘Scotland’ (900–940/5). His father was *Æd (d. 878). Constantine II laid the foundations of the kingdom of Scotland. His victory over the Danes at Strathearn in 904 represented a ...
Constantine III

Constantine III  

(d. 997),king of ‘Scotland’ (from 995). He reigned for only a year and a half following the assassination of Kenneth II. He was a son of King Cuilén, and the last of the descendants of King *Æd (d. ...
Culdee

Culdee  

An Irish or Scottish monk of the 8th to 12th centuries, living as a recluse usually in a group of thirteen (on the analogy of Christ and his Apostles). The tradition ceased as the Celtic Church was ...
Kenneth III

Kenneth III  

S. of Dub; king of Scots 997–1005; d. Monzievaird, 1005; bur. Iona(?).Having slain Constantine III (997), his line's final victory over Aed's descendants, it remains unclear whether it was Kenneth ...

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