Louis V of France

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Louis V

Louis V, also known as Louis the Do-Nothing (French: Louis le Fainéant; c. 966 or 967 – 22 May 987), was King of West Francia from 979 (with his father Lothair until 986) until his early death in 987. During his reign, the nobles ruled the country. He was the last Carolingian monarch in West Francia.