Conrad I (c. 1097 – 5 February 1157), called the Great (German: Konrad der Große), a member of the House of Wettin, was Margrave of Meissen from 1123 and Margrave of Lusatia from 1136 until his retirement in 1156.
The first Meissen margrave, Wigbert, is mentioned in a 968 charter of the Archdiocese of Magdeburg. That same year, the Meissen fortress also became the see of the newly created Bishopric of Meissen. In 978, the Saxon count Rikdag became the Margrave of Meissen, and incorporated the marches of Merseburg and Zeitz into Meissen.
- Feudal monarchy
- Upper Saxon
Life. He was the eldest surviving son of Conrad, Margrave of Meissen, margrave of Meissen and Lusatia.When his father, under pressure from Emperor Frederick Barbarossa, retired and entered the Augustinian convent of Lauterberg in 1156, Otto succeeded him in Meissen while his younger brothers Theodoric and Dedi received the March of Lusatia and the County of Groitzsch with Rochlitz.
Konrad yang Agung (sekitar tahun 1097 – 5 Februari 1157) adalah Margrave Meissen dari tahun 1123 hingga saat ia pensiun pada tahun 1156. Ia adalah putra dari pasangan Thimo dari Wettin, Pangeran Brehna dari Wangsa Wettin, dengan Ida, putri Otto dari Nordheim.
Conrad the Great (ca. 1097 – 5 February 1157) was the Margrave of Meissen from 1123 until his retirement in 1156. He was the son of Thimo, Count of Brehna, of the House of Wettin and Ida, daughter of Otto of Nordheim.
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Conrad the Great (c. 1097 – 5 February 1157) was the Margrave of Meissen from 1123 until his retirement in 1156. He was the son of Thimo, Count of Brehna, of the House of Wettin and Ida, daughter of Otto of Nordheim.
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