Elisabeth of Moravia

Elizabeth of Moravia
Margravine of Meissen
Born c.1355
Died 1400
Burial St. John Cathedral
Spouse William I, Margrave of Meissen
House Luxembourg
Father John Henry of Moravia
Mother Margaret of Opava

Elizabeth of Moravia (German: Elisabeth von Mähren, Czech: Alžběta Moravská, Upper Sorbian: Hilžbjeta Morawska, ; 1355– 20. November 1400) was the second daughter and third issue of John Henry of Moravia, (grandson of Přemysl II, Otakar, King of Bohemia) and his second wife Margaret of Opava. She became Margravine consort of Meissen by her marriage to William I, Margrave of Meissen (1366).[1]

Elizabeth was buried in Prince's Chapel of St. John and St. Donatus Cathedral of Meissen.


Elizabeth was married to William I, House of Wettin in Meissen, spring 1366. The couple had no children.

Names in other languages


Margravine of Meissen.


See also


Preceded by
Catherine of Henneberg
Margravine Margraviate of Meissen
1366 1400
Succeeded by
Amelia of Mazovia
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