Coluim

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Mac Heths - Dramatis Personae - Máel Coluim Mac Alaxandair
... Máel Coluim, now presumed to be the son of Alexander rather than MacHeth, first appears in 1124, when Orderic Vitalis reports “ But Máel Coluim ... ” It is not certain whether it was this Máel Coluim, the royal bastard, who married a sister of Somerled, king (or lord) of Argyll ...
Máel Coluim Of Moray
... Máel Coluim of Moray (or Máel Coluim mac Máil Brigti) was King or Mormaer of Moray (1020–1029), and, as his name suggests, the son of a Máel Brigte ... of Scotland." Rather confusingly for some of our sources and for some historians, Máel Coluim held the kingship contemporaneously with another Máel Coluim, Máel Coluim II (mac Cináeda) of Scotland ... Earl of Orkney was the son of the daughter of Máel Coluim, king of Scotland ...
Malcolm I Of Scotland
... Máel Coluim mac Domnaill (anglicised Malcolm I) (c ... It is said that he then "let" or "commended" Strathclyde to Máel Coluim in return for an alliance ... understood by "let" or "commended" is unclear, but it may well mean that Máel Coluim had been the overlord of Strathclyde and that Edmund recognised this while taking lands in southern Cumbria for himself ...
Bethóc
... Bethóc ingen Maíl Coluim meic Cináeda was the eldest daughter of Máel Coluim mac Cináeda, King of Scots, who had no known sons ... Early writers have asserted that Máel Coluim also designated Donnchad as his successor under the rules of tanistry because there were other possible claimants to the ...
Mac Heths - Dramatis Personae - Máel Coluim MacHeth
... If it is accepted that this Máel Coluim and the son of Alexander I are not one and the same, Máel Coluim MacHeth appears in 1157, when it is said that he was reconciled with the king ...