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Donald I

(d. 862)


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(d. 862),

‘king of the Picts’ (858–62), anachronistically regarded as second king of Scotland, brother of Kenneth I, whom he succeeded. He presided over an assembly of the Gaels at the royal centre of Forteviot. He died (probably) at ‘Rathinveramon’—perhaps a fort near Scone.

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