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The Kings of Strathclyde, c. 400-1018

MacQuarrie, Alan (1993) The Kings of Strathclyde, c. 400-1018. In: Medieval Scotland: Crown, Lordship and Community: Essays presented to G W S Barrow. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. 1-19. ISBN 9780748611102

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Abstract

This chapter discusses the British kingdoms in early historical Scotland with emphasis on the kingdom of Strathclyde, with its great citadel at Dumbarton Rock. This study attempts to provide some detail about its individual rulers, together with a narrative of the development and decline of the kingdom from the post-Roman period until its incorporation into the wider kingdom of the Scots.