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One key aspect of the treaty, therefore, is that Stephen realistically acknowledged his weakness in the north by merely confirming or granting territory the Scots already controlled. Moreover, since Henry gave homage to Stephen for Northumberland (and possibly Carlisle as well), Stephen managed to restore at least some of their conquests to the overlordship of the English crown, and in the circumstances that was something of a diplomatic triumph. Again, the Scottish undertakings to be Stephen’s allies were not entirely empty promises, as Henry’s actions during the following months show.
It was, of course, his misfortune that, especially in times of Norman weakness, the Scots could not be expected to abandon their interest in the border shires. These, indeed, had become an even more tempting prize due to the opening up, in the 1120s, of immensely rich silver mines on the north Pennine moors at Alston and Nenthead. But there were in addition other major problems that undermined Stephen’s position from the outset. The Anglo-Saxon monarchy had never been able to rule its remote Northumbrian territories as firmly as other regions; and, equally, the London/Rouen-based government of the Norman kings had only a limited hold on them.
One danger was that David’s marriage reinforced Scottish claims in the Borders (Maud de Senlis’s father, Waltheof, had also been earl of Northumberland). More importantly, David’s membership of the Anglo-Norman elite familiarised him with the strong kingship possible in a feudal state, made him determined, when he became king of Scots in 1124, to be treated as an equal to the king of England, and gave him the resources, and the opportunity as Henry’s ally, to modernise his kingdom by combining the best of Scottish and Anglo-Norman practices.