The History of Leith

August 6, 2007

Constantine II of Scotland

Causantín mac Áeda (anglicised Constantine II) (before 879 – 952) was king of Alba from 900 to 943. He was the son of Áed mac Cináeda and first cousin of the previous ruler, Domnall mac Causantín. Causantín mac Áeda’s reign is the second longest before the Union of the Crowns in 1603, exceeded only by William the Lion. for more click here

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