Malcolm II , King of the Scots and King of Strathclyde
M, #8093, (958 - 25 November 1034)
Last Edited=13 May 2023
Malcolm II , King of the Scots and King of Strathclyde was born in 958.1,2 He was the son of Kenneth II , King of Alba and mistress from Leinster. Malcolm's name was also spelt Mael-Coluim II.3 Malcolm was crowned the King of Strathclyde in 990.4,3 Malcolm was crowned the King of the Scots on 25 March 1005.4,3 In 1008, he fought at the battle of Carham with Uchtred, son of Waltheof, Earl of Northumberland.4,3 In 1017, he defeated the Danes.4,3 King Malcolm published a code of laws for Scotland in 1025.4,3 He was murdered on 25 November 1034 at Glamis Castle, Glamis, Angus, Scotland.1,2,4,3
Children of Malcolm II , King of the Scots and King of Strathclyde
- Anleta "Thora Donada" MacKenneth+ (c 968 - )
- Bethoc of Scotland+4 (984 - 1043)
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