Conrad of Znojmo (Czech: Konrád Znojemský) or Conrad II of Znojmo (Konrád II. Znojemský; fl. 1123–d. 1161) was a Bohemian prince, a member of the Přemyslid dynasty, who ruled the County of Znojmo in the 1123–28 and 1134–61 periods. Conrad II was the son of Luitpold of Znojmo. Conrad II commissioned the wall paintings (frescoes) of the Znojmo Rotunda some time after 1134.
Mary depicted at the Znojmo Rotunda.
Conrad II married Mary (Marija, known in Czech as "Marie Srbská"), a Serbian princess, daughter of Grand Prince Uroš I (r. 1112–45). They had five children.