An diofar eadar na mùthaidhean a rinneadh air "Rìoghachd na h-Alba"

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The '''Kingdom of Scotland''' ([[Scottish Gaelic language|Gaelic]]: ''Rìoghachd na h-Alba'', [[Scots language|Scots]]: ''Kinrick o Scotland'') was a [[Sovereign state|state]] in [[North-West Europe]] whichthat existed from 843 until 1707. It occupied the northern third of the island of [[Great Britain]] and shared a [[Anglo-Scottish border|land border]] to the south with the [[Kingdom of England]], with which it was united to form the [[Kingdom of Great Britain]], under the terms of the [[Acts of Union 1707|Acts of Union]], in 1707. Since 1482, following England's taking control of the coastal town of [[Berwick upon Tweed|Berwick]], the territory of the Kingdom of Scotland corresponded to that of modern -day [[Scotland]]. It was bounded by the [[North Sea]] to the east, the [[Atlantic Ocean]] to the north and west, and the [[North Channel (British Isles)|North Channel]] and [[Irish Sea]] to the southwest. Apart from the mainland, the Kingdom of Scotland consisted of over 790 [[List of islands of Scotland|islands]].
[[Edinburgh]], the capital, was preceded by the towns of [[Scone, Scotland|Scone]], [[Dunfermline]] and [[Stirling]], as the country's [[Capital (political)|capital]]. The population of the Kingdom of Scotland in 1700 was approximately 1.1 million.