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5. How did Justinian gain the throne? (5 points) His father passed on the throne to him. His uncle made him co-emperor. His army took control of Constantinople. His wife was of royal birth. i don't know is it second or third.

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  1. anonymous
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    looks like second but i'm not sure. @3ssence

  2. 3ssence
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    Justinian ruled as co-emperor with Justin I, his uncle. In Justin's later years, when his health began to fade, he named Justinian as his successor, so Justinian thus inherited the entire Byzantine Empire, as Justinian did not appoint another co-emperor after his uncle's death.

  3. 3ssence
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    YOUR RIGHT!

  4. anonymous
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    oh thank you very much!! :)

  5. 3ssence
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    YOUR WELCOME :)!

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