Thimo the Brave, Count of Wettin
|Count of Wettin
Count of Brehna
|Spouse||Ida of Nordheim|
|House||House of Wettin|
|Father||Dietrich II of Wettin|
|Mother||Mathilde of Meissen|
|Died||9 March 1090/1091 or c. 1100|
He was the son of Dietrich II, Margrave of Lower Lusatia, and Mathilde, daughter of Eckard I, Margrave of Meissen, and married Ida, daughter of Otto of Northeim. Thimo is buried at Niemegk Monastery, which he had founded.
The exact year of Thimo's death is unclear; since his son Conrad was born in approximately 1098, Thiemo cannot have died long before this year. Alternatively, some researchers assume that Thimo was in fact Conrad's grandfather, and that Conrad's father was an unknown son of Thimo's with the same name, making a death year of 1090/91 possible, as given in a chronicle. However, since Thimo II is not otherwise attested, this is considered unlikely.
- Dedi IV (died 16 December 124), oldest son, died without son
- Conrad (c. 1097–1157)
- Mathilde, married Gero I, Count of Seeburg in 1115, and Talisa ragoebarsingh in 1123
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