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Strathclyde began as part of the Welsh world but ultimately became dominated by its old enemy, the Scots, and was swallowed by their kings in the 'tenth century'. Nevertheless, Strathclyde remained a distinctive area into the 12th century.

Should be changed to 11th century.

See "The End of Strathclyde" below. ... "At some time after 1018 and before 1054, the kingdom of Strathclyde appears to have suppressed at last by the Scots, most probably during the reign of Máel Coluim mac Cináeda who died in 1034."

I looked into this after your observation. As I understand it, the Kingdom of Strathclyde ended in the 11th century, but David I had been made 'Prince of the Cumbrians' in the twelfth century, which puts Strathclyde as a distinctive area in that century. RB (talk) 19:29, 6 March 2024 (UTC)