House of Alpin

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Family tree of the House of Alpin and Dunkeld.

The House of Alpin, sometimes referred to as the Alpínid dynasty, Clann Chináeda, and Clann Chinaeda meic Ailpín was the house given to the kings of Scotland, titled as "King of the Picts" from the reign of Kenneth MacAlpin I in 843/848 until the death of Malcolm II in 1034. Although some sources claim that the house lasted until the death of Lulach in 1058.

MacAlpin, sons of Alpin II[change | change source]

MacKenneth or MacCináeda, sons of Kenneth I[change | change source]

The reign of Aed is disputed and many sources list the next monarch after Constantine I as Giric.

MacDúngail, sons of Dungal of Scots (maybe)[change | change source]

MacConstantine or MacCausantín, sons of Constantine I[change | change source]

MacAed or Mac Áeda, sons of Aed[change | change source]

MacDonald or MacDomnaill, sons of Donald II[change | change source]

MacConstantine or MacCausantín, sons of Constantine II[change | change source]

MacMalcolm or MacMaíl Coluim, sons of Malcolm I[change | change source]

MacIndulf or MacIlluilb, sons of Indulf[change | change source]

MacMalcolm or MacMaíl Coluim, sons of Malcolm I (again)[change | change source]

MacCuilén, sons of Cuilén[change | change source]

MacDub or MacDuib, sons of Dub[change | change source]

Cináed mac Duib, or Kenneth III, king from 997-1005.

Sons of Kenneth II[change | change source]

Disputed (end of house)[change | change source]

The house is considered by most to end with the death of Malcolm II in 1034 but some lists state the house lasted until Lulach, this is the extended house including the rest of 1034-1058's monarchs.

Extended House of Alpin[change | change source]