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The events of 1000-1130 were crucial to the successful emergence of the medieval kingdom of the Scots. Yet this is one of the least researched periods of Scottish history. This book investigates the building blocks from which the kingdom was constructed and the various processes which eventually allowed the kings of the different peoples of rth Britain to describe themselves as Rex scottorum. It is a hugely rewarding voyage of discovery for anyone interested in the formation of the kingdom of the Scots.
Alasdair Ross graduated from the University of Aberdeen with an MA in History and Celtic in 1999 and a PhD in 2003.He is currently a lecturer in history at the University of Stirling. He was co-editor of The Exercise of Power in Medieval Scotland, c.1200-1500 (2003) and is Editor of the magazine History Scotland.