Kenneth III o Scotland

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Kenneth III
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Keeng o Alba
Ring997–1005
PredecessorConstantine III
SuccessorMalcolm II
Bornc. 966
Dee'd(1005-03-25)25 Mairch 1005
Monzievaird
BuirialIona
IssueBoite mac Cináeda ?
Gille Coemgáin ?
Giric ?
Suibne ?
HooseAlpin
FaitherDub, Keeng o Alba

Cináed mac Duib (Modren Gaelic: Coinneach mac Dhuibh)[1] anglicised as Kenneth III, an nicknamed An Donn, "the Chief" or "the Broun",[2] (c. 966 – 25 Mairch 1005) wis Keeng o Scots frae 997 tae 1005.

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  1. Cináed mac Duib is the Mediaeval Gaelic form.
  2. The umwhile is probable acause later Inglis-speakin soorces cried him "Grim"; Auld Erse donn haes seemilar meanin tae Auld Inglis greimm, that means "pouer" or "authority"; see Skene, Chronicles, p. 98; Hudson, Celtic Kings, p. 105.