List of Scottish Kings and queens with a short description of them
Kings & Queens of Scotland
A strong monarch who fought for the independence of the Scottish Church.
He was the only son of William I (The Lion) and Ermengarde de Beaumont
A King who ruled over a golden age in Scotland.
The last king to be born in Scotland.
The last king to be crowned at Scone.
A powerful and influential Scottish King, issuing the first Scottish royal coinage.
Son of Robert The Bruce, he improved trade in Scotland.
Fairly incompetent monarch eventually killed in battle by MacBeth.
King for a few months, but still buried on Iona.
A puppet-king for the English before being pensioned off.
Credited with bringing the 'Scoti' people from Antrim to Scotland, along with the Gaelic language.
As King he improved justice for the common people.
A weak monarch, finally defeated by his son.
King at 15, he pioneered compulsory education.
Father of Mary, later Queen. A morally lax and fiscally corrupt ruler.
The only son of Queen Mary and Lord Darnley.
Catholic monarch who named New York.
Established the short-lived Scottish royal House of Balliol.
King of the united Picts and Scots.
Pictish King credited with defeating the Scots of Dalriada.
The real MacBeth who killed Duncan fairly in battle.
First King to rule over an area equivalent to modern Scotland.
Killed the real MacBeth in battle and founded the House of Canmore.
Named The Maiden, as he died young and unmarried.
The Catholic queen of Scotland who ruled in turbulent times.
Freed Scotland from English rule, defeating them at the Battle of Bannockburn.
First of the Stewart sovereigns in Scotland, grandson of Robert The Bruce.
Ruled Scotland as Regent for over 30 years as a devious and politically cunning operator.
Subdued the warring Douglas and Livingston families, but was killed by an exploding cannon.
29 matches in the Kings and Queens sector