|Prosopography of the Byzantine Empire|
|Dates||684 (taq) / 685 (tpq)|
|Textual Sources||Liber Pontificalis, ed. L. Duchesne, Le liber pontificalis. Texte, introduction et commentaire, 2 vols. (Paris, 1886-92); re-issued with 3rd vol. by C. Vogel, (Paris, 1955-57) (chronicle)|
Heraklios 5 was son of the emperor Constantine IV (Konstantinos 2) and brother of the emperor Justinian II (Ioustinianos 1); locks of hair from him and his brother were sent to pope Benedict II (Benediktos 3) (in 684 or 685), a fact mentioned at the time in an imperial order issued to the clergy, people and army of Rome ("
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