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'''Indulf''' was the son of [[Constantine II]]. He ruled [[Scotland]] from 954CE to 962, and was killed in battle with the Danes.
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'''Indulf''' was the son of [[Constantine II]]. He ruled first in Strathclyde from 945 to 954CE and then succeeded to the throne of [[Scotland]] and ruled from 954 to 962. when he was killed in battle with the Danes.
   
 
He married, but history knows no more of his wife, nor of three of his sons, who died violently. A fourth son, [[Cuilean]], was to take the Scots throne, after a cousin, [[Dubh]], also died violently (something which history would blame on Cuilean).
 
He married, but history knows no more of his wife, nor of three of his sons, who died violently. A fourth son, [[Cuilean]], was to take the Scots throne, after a cousin, [[Dubh]], also died violently (something which history would blame on Cuilean).

Latest revision as of 22:06, 27 September 2015

Indulf was the son of Constantine II. He ruled first in Strathclyde from 945 to 954CE and then succeeded to the throne of Scotland and ruled from 954 to 962. when he was killed in battle with the Danes.

He married, but history knows no more of his wife, nor of three of his sons, who died violently. A fourth son, Cuilean, was to take the Scots throne, after a cousin, Dubh, also died violently (something which history would blame on Cuilean).

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Scottish kings

Indulf

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Preceded by
Malcolm I
Reigned
954-962
Succeeded by
Dubh