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Aedán [áedan, Aidan] mac Gabrán (c. 535–609?), king of Dál Riata, was overking of the Dál Riata in Argyll and Antrim from 574 until, probably, 608 or 609 [see Dál Riata, kings of]. Gabrán, who died c.558, was succeeded by his nephew ...

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Brude mac Bile [Bridei son of Beli] (d. 693), king of Picts, was overking of the Picts from 672 until his death. Irish annals call him 'king of Fortriu' (Anderson, Early Sources, 1.193) and his mother presumably belonged to the royal matrilineage of that Pictish province (roughly the southern half of modern ...

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Brude [Bridei] mac Maelchon (d. c. 586), king of Picts, was the earliest of seven ‘historical’ bearers of the name Brude in the Pictish king-lists [see Picts, kings of the]. That name, not certainly of Celtic origin, was Brude or Bruide...

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Constantine I [Causantín mac Cinaeda] (d. 876), king in Scotland, was the son of Kenneth I (d. 858). It has been suggested that his mother may have belonged to the Pictish royal matriline (perhaps a daughter of Uurad, king of Picts from 839 to 842), but this is incapable of proof. He was probably ...

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Constantine II [Causantín mac Aeda] (d. 952), king in Scotland, was the son of King Aed (d. 878). It has been suggested that a King Dyfnwal of Strathclyde was his brother, but this is simply a misreading of an Irish source's obit of ...

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Culen [Cuilén mac Illuilb, Cuilén Hringr] (d. 971), king in Scotland, was the son of King Indulf (d. 962). He had two brothers: Eochaid (d. 971) and Olaf (d. 977). Culen became king on the death of Dubh in 966 at the hands of the men of ...

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Dál Riata Dalriada, kings of (act. c. 500–c. 850), rulers in Scotland, were the lords of a realm whose name was also given to an ancient small kingdom, situated in the north-east corner of Antrim, northern Ireland, and named from the dál...

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Domnall Brecc (d. 642/3), king of Dál Riata, was overking of the Dalriada in Scotland and Ireland [see also Dál Riata, kings of]. The epithet Brecc, usually translated ‘the Freckled’, taken together with the name of his father, Eochaid Buide, ‘the Yellow’...

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