Aberdeen

Aberdeen

(Aberdonia Devana), the seat of a Scotch bishopric, formerly suffragan to the Archbishopric of St. Andrew. The bishopric was transferred to Aberdeen about the year 1130, by King David, from Murthilack, now Mortlick, which had been erected into an episcopal see by Malcolm II in the year 1010, Beancus, or Beyn, being the first bishop.

 
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