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August 15,1040 – King Duncan I is killed in battle against his first cousin and rival Macbeth. The latter succeeds him as King of Scotland.

"When the hurlyburly's done, When the battle's lost and won." The witches, portrayed as the incentives, creating the self fulfilling prophecy that the play so revolves around

Character: Macbeth Description: He is a nobleman of Scotland who listens to the witches with complete confidence.

King Malcolm II of Scotland, or Máel Coluim mac Cináeda King of Alba. Alpin House. (34th great grandfather on mom's side)

King Duncan II of Scotland. My 29th great-grand uncle.

Donnchad mac Crinan, or Duncan L, King of Scotland (Alba)Duncan I of Scotland | 29th GGF Photograph:Duncan I of Scotland. (1001 - 1040) Killed in battle by the men of Moray. led by his cousin Macbeth (my 1st Cousin, 31X removed) at Bothganowan, now Pitgaveny, near Elgin.

Princess Joan of England (1321 - 1362). Daughter of King Edward II and Queen Isabella of France. She married David II of Scotland and had no children.

Malcolm III, King of Scotland. (1031 - 1093) His wife, and queen was Margaret Atheling, who was made Saint Margaret. She brought CHristianity to Scotland, among many other things.

Noble Macbeth

Henry I, King of England - The fourth son of William the Conqueror, Henry succeeded his elder brother William II as King in 1100 and defeated his eldest brother, Robert Curthose, to become Duke of Normandy in 1106. He married Princess Matilda of Scotland to unite the Normans and Saxons.

A Sign of Things to Come... This pin represents some foreshadowing in regards to the blood theme. But also, as Lady Macbeth encounters nightly sleepwalks, she feels the need to wash her hands of blood. The blood is a representation of her guilt, as the blood is not truly there. Blood in this particular case is a figment of her imagination that follows her religiously in her sleepwalk travels and as she awakens, she is constantly reminded of her guilty conscience she cannot escape.