It’s change afoot at Rex Factor as, after many years, we have decided to change the way that we score on monarchs in the Longevity category (i.e. for how long they ruled). To find out more about our new scoring system and what impact this has had on past scores, read on.
One of Scotland’s most significant monarchs, David I developed from a protege of Henry I to take advantage of the Anarchy in England to expand Scotland’s borders to an extent never seen before or since. A cultured and religious man, David’s reign also saw extensive reforms that had a lasting impact on Scotland. However, did his reign also represent the death of Gaelic Scotland in favour of the Norman world? And were his victories built on sand?
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