king of ‘Scotland’ (954–62). His father was Constantine II and his mother was (probably) Danish. He succeeded Malcolm I, and extended the kingdom's territory south across the Firth of Forth to include Edinburgh. His reign witnessed a resurgence of Scandinavian incursions. A fleet of Vikings was defeated in Buchan, and Indulf himself perished in battle against a Norwegian force at ‘Invercullen’.
Subjects: British History.