Gebhard of Supplinburg
|Gebhard of Supplinburg|
|Spouse(s)||Hedwig of Formbach|
|Noble family||Süpplingenburg dynasty|
|Father||Bernhard of Supplinburg|
|Mother||Ida of Querfurt|
|Died||9 June 1075
Gebhard of Supplinburg, (or Süpplingenburg), was a member of the Saxon nobility and a son of Bernhard of Supplinburg, Count of Harzgau. Gebhard was the father of Lothair III, Holy Roman Emperor of the short-living Süpplingenburg dynasty.
From 1052 Gebhard served as Count of Harzgau. He was married to Hedwig of Formbach, a daughter of Frederick, Count of Formbach. His posthumous child was Emperor Lothair III. He died 9 June 1075 in the battle of Langensalza during the Saxon Rebellion against troops loyal to the Emperor Henry IV.