Category: House of Alpin

Categories: Scotland, Nobility | European Noble Houses | Ancient Scotland

Scottish Royal House of Alpin (Monarchs of Scotland) (843–878; 889–1040)

The House of Alpin is the name given to the kin-group which ruled in Pictland and then the Kingdom of Alba from the advent of Cináed mac Ailpín in the 840s until the death of Máel Coluim mac Cináeda in 1034. Managed by the European Aristocrats Project and Michael Thomas

See Profile of House

Succeeded by House of Moray -- Profile of House

See: Category: Clan MacAlpine

Subcategories (4)


Pages (1)


Person Profiles (31)

B

abt 1015 Scotland - 1060

M

abt 990 Scotland - abt 1070
abt 838 Pictland, Scotland - 878 photo
973 Perthshire, Scotland - 15 Sep 1049
abt 810 Scotland - 08 Feb 858 photo
abt 932 Scotland - 995 photo
abt 966 Scotland - 25 Mar 1005 photo
964 Scotland - abt 997 photo
abt 836 Pictland - abt 876 photo
abt 874 Scotland - 952 photo
bef 944 Scotland - abt 971 photo

M cont.

abt 862 Fifeshire - 900 photo
abt 812 Dunkeld, Perthshire, Scotland - 13 Apr 862 photo
abt 930 Scotland - 20 Jul 967 photo
abt 852 Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland - abt 889 photo
abt 980 Scotland
abt 1390 - 1461
abt 900 Scotland - abt 962 photo
abt 1360
954 Scotland - abt 25 Nov 1034 photo
842 Kingdom of Alba

M cont.

abt 1335
abt 897 Province of Moray, Kingdom of Alba - 954 photo
abt 838 Scotland - 912
abt 979 Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland
abt 890 Scotland - abt 937
abt 778 Fordoun, Kincardineshire, Scotland - 20 Jul 834 photo

T

929 Scotland - 980




This page was last modified 16:58, 20 July 2023. This page has been accessed 3,248 times.