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Constantine I [Causantín mac Cinaeda]locked

(d. 876)
  • Dauvit Broun

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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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