|Archbishop of Mainz|
|Preceded by||Siegfried I|
|Succeeded by||Ruthard of Mainz|
|Resting place||Mainz Cathedral|
|Known for||Imperial support in the Investiture Controversy|
A priest in Halberstadt, Wezilo owed his promotion to the support of Henry IV. In 1085 he negotiated on behalf of the emperor with the papal legate, the future Pope Urban II, and in the same year he was convicted of simony and excommunicated by the pro-papal Synod of Quedlinburg.
Wezilo was buried in Mainz Cathedral.
- Patricia Skinner (2009). "From Pisa to the Patriarchate: Chapters in the Life of (Arch)bishop Daibert". In Patricia Skinner (ed.). Challenging the Boundaries of Medieval History: The Legacy of Timothy Reuter. Brepols. p. 158. ISBN 978-2-503-52359-0.
- David J. Hay (2008). "The Military Leadership of Matilda of Canossa, 1046–1115" (PDF). Manchester University Press. p. 121.
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|Catholic Church titles|
| Archbishop of Mainz
Ruthard of Mainz