Hamengkubuwono IV

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Hamengkubuwono IV, also spelled Hamengkubuwana IV (1804 – 1828) was the fourth sultan of Yogyakarta, Indonesia, reigning from April 3, 1814 - December 6, 1822, and then from August 17, 1826 - January 2, 1828.

He was the younger half brother of Prince Diponegoro. His reign was a period of political deterioration that ultimately led up to the Java War. Upon his premature death, rumours circulated that he had been poisoned. His three-year-old son, Hamengkubuwana V, ascended the throne amid controversy over who would act as regent.[1]

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  1. ^ M.C. Ricklefs, A History of Modern Indonesia Since c. 1300, 2nd ed., Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1994, 115-116
Preceded by
Hamengkubuwono III
Sultan of Yogyakarta(First Reign)
1814–1822
Succeeded by
Hamengkubuwono V
Preceded by
Hamengkubuwono V
Sultan of Yogyakarta (Second Reign)
1826–1828
Succeeded by
Hamengkubuwono V