Henry II, Margrave of Meissen
Henry II (1103–1123) was the Margrave of Meissen and the Saxon Ostmark (as Lusizensis marchio: margrave of Lusatia) from his birth until his death. He was the posthumous son of Margrave Henry I and Gertrude of Brunswick, daughter of Egbert I of Meissen. He was by inheritance also Count of Eilenburg. He was the second Meissener margrave of the House of Wettin.
Margrave of Meissen|
Margrave of the Ostmark
|Successor||Wiprecht of Groitzsch|
|Regent||Thimo of Wettin|
|Spouse||Adelaide of Stade|
|House||House of Wettin|
|Father||Henry I, Margrave of Meissen|
|Mother||Gertrud of Braunschweig|
He was initially under the regency of his great uncle Thimo. He died young and without children in 1123. His lands were inherited by his half-sister Richenza of Northeim. He left a widow, Adelaide, daughter of Lothair Udo III, Margrave of the Nordmark. The succession to the marches was disputed after his death.
| Margrave of the Saxon Ostmark
Wiprecht of Groitzsch
| Margrave of Meissen|
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