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Celtic kingships refer to a series of studies focused on examining monarchial hierarchies of Celtic people from the antiquity to flight of the Earls. The social role of Celtic can be compared to the more examined topics of Germanic kings and the main focuses of Irish people, Welsh, and Scottish lineages, albeit Gallic are a topic of interest.
The Kingdom of Scotland began as petty kingdoms cooperating against foreign enemies, the Scottish Kingdom was gradually unified over the course of the 11th century. However, while Scotland would survive as an independent kingdom the Act of Union, the traditional Celtic kingship disappears during the medieval period as the Scottish kings adapted more traditions inspired by French colonists.
Dumnonia and Brittany
The Kingdom of Dumnonia briefly existed following the Roman withdrawal from the region. While the Dumnonia itself was quickly overrun by the Anglo-Saxons migrated to Duchy of Brittany, where traditional Celtic kingship survived until the 11th century, when French traditions were adopted.
Constantine II of Scotland
Kingdom of Strathclyde
History of Ireland (400–800)
High King of Ireland
Origins of the Kingdom of Alba
Scotland in the High Middle Ages
Scotland in the Early Middle Ages
Christianisation of Scotland
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