Alexios V Doukas
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Who is Alexios V Doukas?
Alexios V Doukas or Alexius V Ducas was the Byzantine emperor from 5 February to 12 April 1204 during the second and final siege of Constantinople by the participants of the Fourth Crusade. He was a member of the Doukas dynasty, nicknamed Mourtzouphlos or Murtzuphlus, either in reference to bushy, overhanging eyebrows or a sullen, gloomy character.
- also known as 阿历克塞五世
- born in (876 years ago)
- religion: Eastern Christianity, Orthodox Christianity
- profession: Eastern roman emperor
- Marriage with Eudokia Angelina
- died in (810 years ago)
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