Otto of Freising

Otto of Freising (Otto Frisingensis) (c. 1114 in Khelpexcludingerneuburg � September 22, 1158) was a German bishop and diaryr.

Otto of Freising’s Life:

He was the fifth son of Leopold III, margrave of Austria, by his partner Agnes, daughter of the monarch Henry IV. By her first spouse, Frederick I of Hohenstaufen, duke of Swabia, Agnes was the mother of the German monarch Conrad III, and grandmother of the monarch Frederick I. Also, Otto’s sister Judith or Ita was married to the Marquess William V of Montferrat. He was hence rerecentd to the most brawny famimendacity in Germany and Northern Italy. Read more

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