Máel Coluim, Earl of Atholl
The Chronicle of Holyrood tells us that in 1186 Máel Coluim had an outlaw called Adam mac Domnaill killed at the altar of a church in Coupar, and burned 58 of his associates inside the church. It is possible that this was a son of Domnall mac Uilleim, who claimed the Scottish throne and was revolting against the French-speaking king William I.
- MacDonald, Outlaws, p. 77, n. 75.
- Anderson, Early Sources, p. 311.
- MacDonald, Outlaws, p. 39.
- Anderson, Early Sources, p. 509, n.2.
- Anderson, Early Sources, p. 182, n.5.
- Anderson, Alan Orr, Early Sources of Scottish History: AD 500-1286, 2 Vols, (Edinburgh, 1922)
- McDonald, R. Andrew, Outlaws of Medieval Scotland: Challenges to the Canmore Kings, 1058-1266, (East Linton, 2003)
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