Yasovarman II (Khmer: យសោវរ្ម័នទី២) was the ruler of the Khmer empire from 1160 to 1166. He succeeded Dharanindravarman II.:120 In 1165, he was overthrown by the mandarin Tribhuvanadityavarman.:163 His rule ended with his assassination by one of his subordinates.
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- Yasovarman II (Cambodian ruler)
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- Cambodia (Kampuchea)
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