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The earliest available source, the late 10th century Pictish Chronicle Cronica de Origine Antiquorum Pictorum which records events up to 995, contains a bare outline of the names of the kings with some incomplete information about their affiliations and events during their reigns.In particular, the Cronica de Origine includes no information about how King Aedh and King Indulf were related to the main family line.

For example Greg (also referred to as Giric or Grime), son of King Kenneth II, whose death is dated to [1005], is named for the first time in the 1251 chronicle.In this climate of renewed vigour, the contemporary chroniclers may have been keen to emphasise continuity in the earlier royal succession in order to reinforce the legitimacy of the present incumbents and boost national identity.The idea of continuity was probably best served by a lengthy male-line royal ancestry.For example, the more than 40 year reign attributed to King Constantine III in the first half of the 10th century, compared with the relatively short reigns of his predecessors and successors.King Constantine is named in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle so there is little doubt that he did exist.

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