Étgar mac Maíl Choluim Dunkeld King Edgar I of Scotland
- Born: Abt 1074
- Died: 6 Jan 1107 aged about 33
- BuriedMale: Dunfermline Abbey, Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland, KY11, GB
Another name for Étgar was Edgar "Probus (The Valiant)" Dunkeld.
EDGAR (-[Dundee or Edinburgh Castle] 6 Jan 1107, bur Dunfermline Abbey, Fife). He is named, and his parentage given, by Roger of Hoveden, who lists him third of the sons. The Chronicle of John of Fordun names "Edward, Edmund, Ethelred, Edgar, Alexander and…David" as the sons of King Malcolm and his wife. He succeeded in 1097 as EDGAR King of Scotland. Florence of Worcester records that "clitorem Eadgarum" led an army to Scotland in  to place "consobrinum suum Eadgarum Malcolmi regis filium" on the Scottish throne after expelling "patruo suo Dufenaldo". The reign of Edgar is ignored by Orderic Vitalis, who says that Alexander succeeded when King Donald was deposed. "Edgarus filius Malcolmi Regis Scottorum" made grants for the souls of "fratrum meorum Doncani et Edwardi" by charter dated 30 Aug 1095, subscribed by "Egeri regis, Alexandri fratri eius, Manyanium, Agulfi, filii Doncani, Eyluerti, filii Eghe Omani, Uhtredi, filii Magdufe, Constantini, Rodberti de humet, Ætele, A. gulfi, Alimoldi filii sui, David". The precise dating of this charter and the unusual list of subscribers suggest that it may be spurious. "Edgarus…Rex Scottorum" made grants for the souls of "Malcolmi patris nostri et Margaretæ matris nostræ…ac Edwardi et Duncani fratrum nostrorum" by charter dated 1095. Robert of Torigny records the death in 1107 of "Edgarus rex Scotiæ". Florence of Worcester records the death "VIII Id Jan" in  of "Eadgarus rex Scottorum". The Chronicle of the Picts and Scots dated 1251 records that "Edgar mac Malcolm" reigned for 9 years, died "in Dunedin", and was buried "in Dumferline".
• Title: King of Scotland, 1097 To 1107.