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Cuilén mac Illuilb
King o Alba
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An eemaginative seiventeent-century depiction o Cuilén bi Jacob Jacobsz de Wet II (died 1697).[1]
PredecessorDub mac Maíl Choluim
SuccessorAmlaíb mac Illuilb an/or Cináed mac Maíl Choluim
BuirialSt Aundras
IssueCustantín, Máel Coluim?
HooseAlpínid dynasty
FaitherIllulb mac Custantín

Cuilén mac Illuilb (dee'd 971) wis an early mediaeval King o Alba.[note 1]

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  1. Since the 1990s, academics have accorded Cuilén various patronymic names in English secondary sources: Cuilén mac Iduilb,[2] Cuilén mac Iduilf,[3] Cuilén mac Ilduilb,[4] Cuilén mac Illduilb,[5] Cuilén mac Illuilb,[6] Cuilén Ring mac Illuilb,[7] Culen mac Idulb,[8] Culén mac Illduilb,[9] and Culén mac Illuilb.[10] Likeweys, syne the 1990s academics hae accordit Cuilén various epithets in Inglis seciontar soorces: Cuilén Hringr,[11] Cuilén Ring mac Illuilb,[12] Culen Hringr,[13] an Culen Ring.[14]

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