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Culen I of Scotland

Culen of Scotland (also called Cuilean and Colin) was king of Scotland from 966 to 971. He was the son of King Indulf, and the third cousin of the previous king Dubh and of his successor Kenneth II. He was slain by the Britons of Strathclyde.

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Preceded by:
Dubh
List of British monarchs Succeeded by:
Kenneth II



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