Culen of Scotland

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Culen
King of Scots
Cuilén mac Illuilb (Oxford Bodleian Library MS Rawlinson B 489, folio 33r).jpg
Reign 966/967 - 971
Predecessor Dubh of Scotland
Successor Amlaib or Kenneth II
Died 971
Issue Constantine III (ruled 997-1005)
Father Indulphus of Scotland

Culen ruled as king of Scotland following the death of Dubh in 967, he reigned from 967-971 although was recognized as early as 966 as king. He was born in the 10th century and died in 971. He was the son of Indulf and an unknown mother. He also possibly ruled as king of Strathclyde during his reign.

He died in 971 and was succeeded by Kenneth II and Amlaib. He is buried in an unknown location[1].

References[change | change source]

  1. "King Culen of Scotland | Britroyals". www.britroyals.com. Retrieved 2017-06-08.