Otto of Bamberg (1060/1061–1139), bishop and Catholic saint; Otto of Freising (c. 1114–1158), bishop and chronicler; Modern. Otto of Greece (1815–1867), King of Greece; Otto Barić (1933–2020), Croatian footballer and manager; Otto, King of Bavaria (1848–1916), King of Bavaria; Otto Adler, president of the Jewish Association of Romania
When Otto I, Count of Scheyern, died in 1072, his third son Otto II, Count of Scheyern, acquired the castle of Wittelsbach (near Aichach). The Counts of Scheyern left Scheyern Castle (constructed around 940) in 1119 for Wittelsbach Castle and the former was given to monks to establish Scheyern Abbey. The origins of the counts of Scheyern are ...
Heiratete Mathilde von Sachsen, Tochter des Kaisers Otto II. (Liudolfinger). Otto, 1035–1045 Pfalzgraf von Lothringen, als Otto II. Herzog von Schwaben 1045–1047, Sohn Ezzos. Heinrich I. von Lothringen, Pfalzgraf von Lothringen 1045–1061, Sohn Hezelins (Graf im Zülpichgau), Bruder Ezzos.
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