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The absence of a male heir to Malcolm II meant that the succession passed to the issue of his daughter Bethoc, who had married Crinan, lay abbot of Dunkeld. Known alternatively as the House of Canmore (from 1158), it survived until the death of ‘the Maid of Norway’ in 1290.

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