About Jutta of Thuringia: Landgravine of Thuringia by birth and by marriage Margravine of Meissen (1184 - 1235) | Biography, Facts, Career, Life
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Jutta of Thuringia
Landgravine of Thuringia by birth and by marriage Margravine of Meissen

Jutta of Thuringia

Jutta of Thuringia
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Intro Landgravine of Thuringia by birth and by marriage Margravine of Meissen
Was Noble
From Germany
Field Royals
Gender female
Birth 1184
Death 6 August 1235, Schleusingen, Germany (aged 51 years)
Mother: Sophie von Sommerschenburg
Father: Hermann I, Landgrave of Thuringia
Siblings: Agnes of ThuringiaHenry Raspe, Landgrave of ThuringiaKonrad von ThüringenLouis IV
Spouse: Theodoric I, Margrave of MeissenPoppo VII of Henneberg
Children: Henry III, Margrave of MeissenHerman I, Count of HennebergHedwig of Meissen Dietrich von MeißenOtto von MeißenHeinrich von MeißenSophie von MeißenConrad von MeißenJutta von Meißen
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Jutta of Thuringia (1184 – 6 August 1235) was the eldest daughter of Landgrave Hermann I of Thuringia and his first wife, Sophia of Sommerschenburg, a daughter of Fredrick II of Sommerschenburg.

Before 1197, she married Margrave Dietrich I of Meissen.

After her husband's death in 1221, she had a dispute with her brother, Landgrave Louis IV of Thuringia, who was very eager to act as regent and guardian for her three-year-old son Landgrave Henry III.

In 1223, she married her second husband, Count Poppo VII of Henneberg.

Jutta of Thuringia died on 6 August 1235 in Schleusingen.

Marriages and issue

Children from her marriage to Dietrich I of Meissen:

  1. Hedwig (d. 1249) married Count Dietrich V of Cleves (1185–1260)
  2. Otto (died before 1215)
  3. Sophia (d. 1280) married Count Henry of Henneberg-Schleusingen (d. 1262)
  4. Jutta
  5. Henry the Illustrious (1218–1288) Margrave of Meissen

Children from her marriage with Poppo VII of Henneberg:

  1. Herman I of Henneberg (1224–1290)
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