David I


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David I

1082?-1153.
King of Scotland (1124-1153) who transformed Scotland into a feudalistic society.

David I

n
(Biography) 1084–1153, king of Scotland (1124–53) who supported his niece Matilda's claim to the English throne and unsuccessfully invaded England on her behalf

Da•vid I

(ˈdeɪ vɪd)
n.
1084–1153, king of Scotland 1124–53.
References in classic literature ?
I may mention here that David is a stout believer in prayer, and has had his first fight with another young Christian who challenged him to the jump and prayed for victory, which David thought was taking an unfair advantage.
He will tell me what place David is to take in life and when he shall set out on his journey.
David I was the sixth and youngest son of Malcolm III Canmore (Big Head) and his strong-minded wife Margaret, of the English royal house.