(c. 1249—1314) king of Scots

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King of Scotland of the House of Balliol from 1292. Born c.1250, son of Dervorguilla, great-great-granddaughter of David I, and John de Balliol. Married Isabella, daughter of John, earl of Surrey. He abdicated 1296 and died in 1313, aged c.63, having reigned three years.

From The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Archaeology in Oxford Reference.

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