Ματθίλδη της Σκωτίας: Διαφορά μεταξύ των αναθεωρήσεων

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(Νέα σελίδα: Η '''Ματθίλδη της Σκωτίας''', αρχικά βαπτισμένη Έντιθ<ref> She is known to have been given the name "Edith" (the Old English Eadgyth,...)
 
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Η '''Ματθίλδη της Σκωτίας''', αρχικά βαπτισμένη Έντιθ<ref> She is known to have been given the name "Edith" (the Old English Eadgyth, meaning "Fortune-Battle") at birth, and was baptised under that name. She is known to have been crowned under a name favoured by the Normans, "Matilda" (from the Germanic Mahthilda, meaning "Might-Battle"), and was referred to as such throughout her husband's reign. It is unclear, however, when her name was changed, or why. Accordingly, her later name is used in this article. Historians generally refer to her as "Matilda of Scotland"; in popular usage, she is referred to equally as "Matilda" or "Edith".</ref>, ήταν κόρη του [[Μάλκολμ Γ΄ της Σκωτίας]] και της [[Αγία Μαργαρίτα της Σκωτίας|Μαργαρίτας της Σκωτίας]], σύζυγος του [[Ερρίκος Α΄ της Αγγλίας|Ερρίκου Α΄ της Αγγλίας]].
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