The Siege of Mainz may refer to:
- 952 Liudolf rising: Otto I besieged Liudolf and Conrad in Mainz for 2 months
- 25–27 May 1096 Emicho and his followers reached Mainz during the German Crusade to persecute the Jewish population there but was refused entry by bishop Ruthard of Mainz. After a two day siege his followers broke into the city and massacred the population.
- 17–22 December 1631: During the Thirty Years' War the city was besieged and captured by Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden
- 1 June - 8 September 1689: Siege of Mainz under Jacques Henri de Durfort de Duras during the Nine Years' War
- 19–21 October 1792: Capture of Mainz by the French Revolutionary Armies under Custine.
- 10 April - 23 July 1793: Siege of Mainz (1793) by the armies of the First Coalition, recapture by the French and major destruction to the city architecture.
- 29 October 1795: Mainz lines: Siege of the city by the French Revolutionary Armies
- 3 January - 4 May 1814: Siege of Mainz (1814) under Charles Antoine Morand by the armies of the Sixth Coalition until the abdication of Napoleon
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