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V the Armenian was emperor of the Byzantine Empire from 813 to 820.
A senior general, he forced his predecessor, Michael I Rangabe, to
abdicate and assumed the throne. He ended the decade-long war with
the Bulgars, and initiated the second period of Byzantine
Iconoclasm. He was assassinated by supporters of Michael the
Amorian, one of his most trusted generals, who succeeded him on the
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