|King of Scots|
|Reign||1093 – May 1094|
|Reign||12 November 1094 – October 1097|
Rescobie, Kingdom of Scotland
Dunfermline Abbey, Scotland
Donald III (c. 1032–1099), was King of Scots from 1093–1094 and 1094–1097. He was also called Donald the Fair and Donald the White. His father was Duncan I of Scotland. In May 1094, Donald's nephew Duncan II stole the throne. Duncan was killed and Donald became king again in November 1094. Donald died in 1099 and his nephew Edgar became king.
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- "Donald (Dunkeld) King of Scots (Abt.1033-abt.1099) | WikiTree FREE Family Tree".
- Oram, Richard, The Canmores: Kings & Queens of the Scots 1040–1290. Tempus, Stroud, 2002. ISBN 0-7524-2325-8
- John of Fordun, Chronicle of the Scottish Nation, ed. William Forbes Skene, tr. Felix J.H. Skene, 2 vols. Reprinted, Llanerch Press, Lampeter, 1993. ISBN 1-897853-05-X