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  Malcolm III Canmore Feature Page on Undiscovered Scotland
Malcolm was the first King of the House of Dunkeld, or House of Canmore, that was tor ule Scotland for the next 250 years.
Malcolm was the son of Duncan I. At the time of the his father's death at the hands of his uncles Macbeth and Thorfinn, Malcolm was just nine.
In 1070 Malcolm married Margaret, the great-niece of Edward the Confessor.
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  Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > Malcolm III of Scotland   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Malcolm found refuge in England under the protection of King Hardicanute of Denmark and England.
Malcolm unsuccessfully tried to stop this influence by having wars with the Norman kings of England after 1066.
Malcolm died on November of the same year in a battle against William's army.
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 Donald III of Scotland
Donald III of Scotland (about 1033 - 1099) was king of Scotland from 1093 to 1094 and 1094 to 1097.
He was the son of Duncan I, brother of the previous king Malcolm III, and uncle of his successor Duncan II.
Donald III took the throne of Scotland in 1093 on the death of his brother Malcolm III.
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 Science Fair Projects - Malcolm III of Scotland
King Malcolm III of Scotland (Máel Coluim mac Donnchada), (died November 13, 1093) also known as Malcolm Canmore (Malcolm with the large head), was the eldest son of King Duncan I of Scotland and first king of the House of Dunkeld.
Mary of Scotland, married Eustace III of Boulogne
Malcolm died on November of the same year in an ambush at Alnwick during a battle against William's army.
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  Malcolm III of Scotland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Whether the adoption of the classical Alexander (for Pope Alexander II or Alexander the Great) and the biblical David represented a recognition that William of Normandy would not be easily removed, or was due to the repetition of West Saxon king names, another Edmund preceded Edgar, is not known.
Mael Coluim son of Donnchad, over-king of Scotland, and Edward his son, were killed by the French i.e.
Malcolm's accession to the throne, as modified by tradition, is the climax of Macbeth by William Shakespeare.
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 Malcolm III of Scotland   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Malcolm died on November of the same year in an ambush during a battle against William's army.
Malcolm was succeeded by his brother Donald III of Scotland.
Four of his sons (Duncan II, Edgar, Alexander I, and David I) later became kings of Scotland, whilst a fifth (Edmund) ruled as co-ruler of Scotland with his uncle Donald III.
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 GENUKI: Kings of Scotland
In his reign Scotland was invaded by Haco, king of Norway, but the invaders were defeated, peace was made, and Alexander gave his daughter in marriage to Eric, the successor of Haco.
King of Scots, of the house of Stuart, born in 1394, was the son of Robert III.
Malcolm remained at peace with England during the reign of Edward the Confessor, but on the accession of Harold he favoured the attempt of Tostig.
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 Scotland's Past - Malcolm III
It was during the long reign of Malcolm III that the Norman conquest of England occured and this was to have long term implications for Scotland.
Malcolm's reign is best remembered in Scottish history for his marrige to Margaret rather than his ineffectual raids on England.
In 1071 Malcolm married Margaret, to the fury of William I. Margaret was a virtuous and devout Queen and the chapel that she had built at Edinburgh Castle can still be seen.
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 Normans . Germans . Malcolm III of Scotland . France . Palermo   (Site not responding. Last check: )
One of the claimants of the English throne opposing William I of England William the Conqueror, Edgar Atheling, eventually fled to Scotland.
King Malcolm III of Scotland Malcolm Canmore of Scotland married Edgar s sister Saint Margaret of Scotland Margaret, and came into opposition to William who had already disputed Scotland s southern borders.
Malcolm submitted, paid homage to William, and surrendered his son Duncan II of Scotland Duncan as a hostage, beginning a series of arguments as to whether the Scottish Crown owed allegiance to the English King.
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 Scottish Origins, Ch. 4 - Scotland Under MacBeth Successors
However, it was Malcolm III who triumphed, and now Scotland would forever have the "English Party" influence deeply placed in its courts; Lowland beliefs and politics would be drastically different than that of the Celtic Highlands and that division would eventually have disasterous results for the Highlanders.
Malcolm III Canmore (meaning 'big head') was the first in a succession of kings of Scotland, who were under heavy English pressure or favor.
Malcolm, being educated and raised since the age of nine in England, was inclined to share his wife's views and during his reign shifted the cultural center of his Kingdom southwards into was had been Anglo-Saxon territory (Lothian area), only recently absorbed as a Scottish region, thereby seriously offending the Celtic north and west.
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 King Malcolm III Of Scotland, "Canmore"
Malcolm III ascended the throne of Scotland 17 March 1057-58, afterslaying MacBeth at Lumphanan, County Aberdeen, Scotland, 15 Aug. 1057.Under him, the provinces acquired by Thorfinn again came under nativerule.
Malcolm was determined to extend his kingdom southwards and takeadvantage of the upheaval caused by the Norman Conquest.
Malcolm and his eldest son were finally killed inbattle at Alnwick, Northumberland on 13 November 1093, aged about 62.His wife died when they brought her the news at Edinburgh Castle.
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 William ``the Seemly'' Sinclair, First Baron of Roslin
In the instance you quote, William 'the Seemly' was fighting against William 'the Conqueror' who was annoyed that Malcolm III (Canmore) of Scotland had given refuge to the Saxon Princess, Margaret and to Edgar 'the Atheling' who was the rightful heir (in some eyes) to the English throne.
As he is said to have maried Malcolm in 1069, his marriage to Ingeborg must have been short-lived although her son, Duncan, became the next King of Scotland - at least, for a short while before he was usurped by Donald Bane, the founder of the Macdonalds.
Malcolm III was killed by Percy ("Hotspur") in 1093 at the Battle of Alnwick (pronounced 'Annick') by which time he had already knighted Henry, the son of William ' the Seemly' St Clair who must have married Agnus Dundar, the daughter of Patrick, the Earl of March, shortly after his arrival in Scotland.
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 History of the Monarchy > Early Scottish monarchs > Malcolm III
Malcolm Canmore ('great head' or 'chief') was the eldest son of Duncan I. After his father's death, he found refuge in England with his uncle Siward of Northumbria, where he stayed for more than 14 years.
Malcolm was determined to extend his kingdom southwards and take advantage of the upheaval caused by the Norman Conquest.
Three times defeated, Malcolm was forced under the treaty of Abernethy in 1072 to become 'the man' of the English king and give up his son Duncan as a hostage.
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 info: Donald_III_of_Scotland   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Duncan I OF SCOTLAND - Ancestor of Wayne Bower or Laurie McBurneyDuncan I OF SCOTLAND, born Abt 1001, Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland, died 14 Aug 1040, Bothnagowan...
DonalbainDonald Bane, King Donald III of Scotland Born circa 1033 Died after 1097, probably circa 1099 Donald Bane was a son of King Duncan I "the Gracious" of Scotland and Ælflaed (Sybil) of Northumbria.
VoyForums: No1Rosemoms Mystery Photos and GenealogyDonald Bane, King Donald III of Scotland Born circa 1033 Died after 1097, probably circa 1099 Donald Bane was a son of King Duncan I "the Gracious" of Scotland and Ælflaed (Sybil) of Northumbria.
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 Malcolm, III Biography | Encyclopedia of World Biography
Malcolm III (died 1093), the king of Scotland from 1058 to 1093, established the Canmore dynasty, which ruled Scotland for two centuries.
Malcolm was a claimant to the Scottish kingship as the son and heir of Duncan I, who had been displaced by Macbeth in 1040.
Malcolm's relations with England revolved around claims to lands that he held there in his own right or in the name of Margaret and his desire to expand his realm to the south, where the boundaries were undefined.
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 Scottish Monarchs - Kings and Queens of Scotland - Malcolm III.
Malcolm was married firstly to Ingeborg of Halland, widow or daughter of the Earl of Orkney, it remains unsure which.
On 13th November, 1093, on accepting the surrender of the Castle of Alnwick, Malcolm leaned forward from his horse to receive the keys from the point of the lance of its keeper, when the lance was treacherously thrust into his eye.
The throne of Scotland was seized by Malcolm's brother Donald Bane.
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 Famous Scots - Malcolm Canmore
Malcolm "Canmore" ('ceann' means head or chief and 'mor' means great) was the son of King Duncan I and went into exile in Northumberland when his father was killed by Macbeth
Malcolm was forced to submit and sign the Treaty of Abernethy in 1071 and agree to his son Duncan becoming a hostage in England.
Even so, Malcolm made two more raids into England in 1079 and 1091, and again he lost and had to submit to the English king.
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 Scottish History - Summary Index
Malcolm III Canmore (big head) was the first in a succession of kings of Scotland, who were under heavy English pressure or favor.
Once Malcolm was 'firm' on the throne, he forgot many of his "obligations" to England, and instead made a treaty with Thorfinn the Mighty, leader of the Northern Vikings in Scotland, in 1059.
Malcolm, being educated and raised since the age of nine in England, was inclined to share his wife's views and during his reign shifted the cultural center of his Kingdom southwards into what had been Anglo-Saxon territory (Lothian area), only recently absorbed as a Scottish region, thereby seriously offending the Celtic north and west.
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 Malcolm III (Malcolm Canmore) and Queen Margaret
Malcolm and his army defeated Macbeth twice in battle; the second time at Lumphanan, where Macbeth and his son were both killed, leaving the throne for anyone with royal connections to take.
King Malcolm III had only been on the throne of Scotland for a short time when he sent troops to raid, loot and destroy the villages of Northumbria.
Malcolm was then, of course reminded of his peace agreement, and pledged to keep it for another twelve years.
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 Malcolm I of Scotland - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Duncan I (1001?-1040), king of Scotland (1034-1040), grandson of King Malcolm II Mackenneth, whom he succeeded.
Malcolm III (1031?-1093), king of Scotland from 1057 to 1093.
Malcolm III succeeded to the throne after killing Macbeth who had killed Malcolm's...
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 Scotland
Scotland is divided into three physical regions—the Highlands; the Central Lowlands, containing two-thirds of the population; and the Southern Uplands.
Alexander I, king of Scotland - Alexander I, 1078?–1124, king of Scotland (1107–24), son of Malcolm III and St....
Alexander III, king of Scotland - Alexander III, 1241–86, king of Scotland (1249–86), son and successor of Alexander II.
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 TimeRef - Medieval History Timelines - 10 Year Overview
Donald was the younger brother of Malcolm III and became king of the Scots in 1093 when his elder brother was killed.
Duncan was the eldest son of Malcolm III, King of the Scots and Ingibjorg, his wirst wife.
Malcolm III, king of Scotland and his son Edward were both killed at the battle of Alnwick in Northumberland.
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 TimeRef - History Timelines - Medieval People Starting With M
Malcolm, the son of Duncan, reigned from 1058 until 1093 and was known as Malcolm Canmore meaning 'large head' or 'bighead'.
Malcolm was known as the 'Maiden' and did not marry, although it is thought he did have an illegitimate child.
Margaret was the granddaughter of Alexander III the king of Scotland and was the successor to the Scottish crown.
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 26-Mar-2007 Kyes Directory - Financial Services, Math Science and ODP Search 1174913035   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Malcolm III - Profile of Malcolm III of Scotland who ruled from 1058-1093.
Malcolm III (Malcolm Canmore) and Queen Margaret - History of their reign.
Malcolm III of Scotland - Facts, statistics and descendents.
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 1000 - 1100
Otto III, Holy Roman Emperor and King of Germany dies, and his cousin Henry II (called Henry the Saint) is elected to succeed him.
Scottish king Lulach is ambushed and killed by Malcolm III of Scotland, son of Duncan I. Malcolm III of Scotland becomes king.
Edgar of Scotland, son of Malcolm III of Scotland defeats, blinds, and imprisons Donald III of Scotland.
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