Donald II of Scotland
|King of the Picts "Rex Pictorium"|
|Portrait, previously thought to be of Donald III|
|Reign||889 - 900|
|Predecessor||Giric or Eochaid|
Donald II was king of the Picts and the last to be officially named that, although Constantine II claimed to be king of the Picts, in reality he ruled the newly founded Alban kingdom. He ascended to the throne in 889 after the abdication/deposition of Giric and disputably Giric. He was the son of Constantine I, king from 862-877. Donald died in 900 and was buried in Iona, Scotland.
Birth[change | change source]
Reign[change | change source]
Donald's reign began in 889 after the end of Giric and Eochaid's reigns. His reign lasted for 11 years when he died in 900. He was succeeded by Constantine II, even though he had 2 children. Malcolm I of Scotland and NN mac Causantín.
Death[change | change source]
It is unknown how Donald died but it happened in 900, 11 years after the start of his reign.
Marriage?[change | change source]
References[change | change source]
- "King Donald II of Scotland | Britroyals". www.britroyals.com. Retrieved 2017-06-01.