Louis of Meissen (German: Ludwig von Meissen) was the Archbishop of Mainz from 1374 until 1381. His election was engineered by King Charles IV who attempted to prevent the House of Nassau rising in power. Despite that, Louis was succeeded by Adolph I of Nassau-Wiesbaden-Idstein.

Louis of Meissen
Born: 25 February 1341 Died: 17 February 1382
Preceded by
Albert II of Brunswick-Lüneburg
Prince-Bishop of Halberstadt
Succeeded by
Albert of Rickmersdorf
Preceded by
Frederick II of Truhendingen
Prince-Bishop of Bamberg
Succeeded by
Lamprecht of Brunn
Preceded by
John I of Luxembourg-Ligny
Prince-Elector of Mainz
Succeeded by
Adolph I of Nassau-Wiesbaden-Idstein, Archbishop of Mainz
Preceded by
Peter Jelito
Archbishop of Magdeburg
Succeeded by
Frederick II of Hoym