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|Clovis IV (Frankish King)|
A written judgement issued by Clovis IV on 28 February 693
|King of the Franks|
|Mayor of the Palace||Pepin of Herstal|
|Died||695 (aged 17–18)|
Clovis IV (sometimes Clovis III if the other Clovis III is considered a usurper) (c.677–695), son of Theuderic III, was the sole king of the Franks from 691 until his death. Although Clovis IV is called "King of the Franks", he was really a puppet—a roi fainéant—of his uncle Pepin II, mayor of the palace of Austrasia.
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Clovis IVBorn: 677 Died: 695
| King of the Franks