Person:Louis V of France (1)

Louis V of France
b.Abt 967
d.21 May 987
m. 966
  1. Louis V of FranceAbt 967 - 987
m. 980
Facts and Events
Name Louis V of France
Gender Male
Birth[1] Abt 967 House of Carolingian
Marriage 980 Brioude, Haute-Loire, Franceto Adélaïde "Blanche" d'Anjou
Divorce 982 from Adélaïde "Blanche" d'Anjou
Death[1] 21 May 987
Reference Number[1] Q205289?

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Louis V ( – 21 May 987), also known as Louis the Do-Nothing, was a king of West Francia from 979 (co-reigning first with his father Lothair until 986) to his early death in 987. During his reign, the nobility essentially ruled the country. Dying childless, Louis V was the last Carolingian monarch in West Francia.

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