Thietmar IV Markgraf der Ostmark
Wilhelm III von Weimar Graf von Weimar
Oda der Ostmark
(-Bef 1068)
Otto von Weimar Markgraf von Meißen, Graf von Weimar


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1. Adèle de Louvain

  • Oda von Weimar
  • Kunigunde von Weimar
  • Adelheid von Weimar

Otto von Weimar Markgraf von Meißen, Graf von Weimar

  • Marriage (1): Adèle de Louvain
  • Died: 1067

  General Notes:

OTTO (-early 1067). The Annalista Saxo names (in order) "Willehelmus marchio, Otto et Poppo" as the three sons of "Willehelmus comes de Wimmare", when recording the former's appointment as Markgraf von Meissen. The Annalista Saxo says in one passage that Otto was "matrimonio inpari, matre scilicet Slavica, natus" but elsewhere that Oda (mother of "Dedo iunior") was "mater Ottonis de Orlagemunde". Graf von Weimar. He succeeded his brother in 1062 as OTTO Markgraf von Meissen. Vogt of Merseburg cathedral 1066. Graf von Orlamünde.

m (before 1060) as her first husband, ADELA de Louvain, daughter of LAMBERT II Comte de Louvain & his wife Uda of Lotharingia (-1083). The Annalista Saxo records "Adhelam de Brabantia, ex castello quod Lovene dicitur" as wife of Markgraf Otto, and later her second marriage to Otto's stepfather. She married secondly (1069) as his second wife, Dedo II Markgraf der Ostmark [Wettin].

Graf Otto & his wife had three children: Oda, Kunigunde and Adelheid.

Otto married Adèle de Louvain, daughter of Lambert II de Louvain Comte de Louvain and Oda de Lotharingie. (Adèle de Louvain died in 1083 1.)


1 Charles Cawley, <i>Medieval Lands</i>.

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