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July 31, 2015 @ 9:00 am

S2.11 Dubh

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Dubh (or Duff) comes to the throne in 962 and marks the beginning of a period of dynastic conflict in Scotland. The system of an alternating succession has made family ties rather distant and rival claimants rather numerous, and Dubh must taken on his distant cousin, Cuilean, to be king. But who will come out triumphant?

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July 17, 2015 @ 5:17 pm

S2.10 Indulf

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Indulf became the King of Scots in 962 and while there is not a lot written about him, there's quite a bit for us to get our teeth into. Edinburgh, Vikings and an unintentionally amusing account of Indulf's demise all await...

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July 3, 2015 @ 9:10 pm

S2.9 Malcolm I

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Malcolm has to wait a long time to become king and when Constantine II finally abdicates in 943, there's a lot going on. The death of the Saxon king Athelstan has left a power vacuum in Northumbria and Malcolm is very much at the centre of events, making new alliances and facing off against the legendary Viking Erik the Bloodaxe. Will Malcolm come out on top or will the Vikings once again prove the undoing of a Scottish king?

If you find yourself losing track of who is who and where is where, have a look at our handy glossary for the episode:

https://rexfactor.wordpress.com/2015/07/03/malcolm-i-podcast-glossary/

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