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Macbeth was a king of Scots whose rule was marked by good government and bring up Christianity.
In August 1040, he killed the ruling king, Duncan I, in a battle in Moray shire. This allows Macbeth to become king.
For 14 years, Macbeth seems to have ruled equably, imposing law and order and encouraging Christianity
In 1050, he is known to have traveled to Rome for a papal jubilee. He was also a brave leader and made successful forays over the border into Northumbria, England.
In 1054, Macbeth was challenged by Siward, Earl of Northumbria, who was attempting to return Duncan's son Malcolm Canmore, who was his nephew, to the throne
In August 1057, Macbeth was killed at the Battle of Lumphanan in Aberdeenshire by Malcolm Canmore
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