Otto of Ziegenhain was the Archbishop of Trier from 1418 until 1430.

Otto was elected the Archbishop of Trier after the death of Werner of Falkenstein, who left much of the archdiocese in ruin and heavily in debt. Otto was a zealous reformer, and by his death in 1430 the archbishopric had recovered somewhat.

Preceded by:

Otto of Ziegenhain

Succeeded by:

Werner of Falkenstein Archbishop of Trier
1418 - 1430
Raban of Helmstatt