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Harshavarman II

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Preceded by
Jayavarman IV
928 – 941
Harshavarman II
Emperor of Angkor

941 – 944
Succeeded by
Rajendravarman II
944 – 968

Religion: Hindu (Shaivite)
Relatives: Son of Jayavarman IV
Cousin of Rajendravarman II


Harshavarman II (Khmer: ហស៌វរ្ម័នទី២) succeeded his father Jayavarman IV and maintained the state capital at Koh Ker.

His reign was brief and "characterised by conflict".  His cousin, Rajendravarman II, wrestled the power away from him and moved the capital back to Yashodharapura.

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