(b. c. 1075)

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Son of Malcolm Canmore by Margaret, daughter of Edward the Atheling, is said to have shared the throne of Scotland with his uncle Donald III from 1094 to 1097. They were then ousted by Edmund's brother Edgar.

Subjects: British History.

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