Kerajaan Alba

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Kerajaan Alba merujuk kepada Kerajaan Skotlandia antara kematian Donald II (Domnall mac Causantin) pada tahun 900, dan Alexander III pada 1286 yang kemudian secara tak langsung berujung pada Peperangan Kemerdekaan Skotlandia. Nama tersebut adalah salah satu sebutan di mana di sepanjang periodenya, kaum elit dan masyarakat Kerajaan tersebut umumnya adalah orang Pict-Gael atau kemudian Pict-Gael dan Scoto-Norman, dan secara berbeda menandai masa Stuarts, dimana kaum elit kerajaan tersebut adalah (untuk sebagian besar) pemakai bahasa Inggris Abad Pertengahan, yang kemudian berubah dan menjadi disebut bahasa Skotlandia Dataran Rendah.

Tidak ada istilah Gealik sepadan untuk istilah 'Kerajaan Alba' seperti halnya istilah Gaelik Rìoghachd na h-Alba yang artinya 'Kerajaan Skotlandia'. Para cendekiawan berbahasa Inggris mengadaptasi nama Gaelik untuk Skotlandia untuk ditujukan kepada sebagian periode politik dalam sejarah Skotlandia pada Abad Pertengahan Tinggi.

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