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1622 Zähringen, Frederick V of Baden-Durlach, Margrave of Baden-Durlach
1291 Zähringen, Frederick II of Baden, Margrave of Baden
1130 Zähringen, Herman III of Baden, Margrave of Baden
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 1268 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
October 29 - Conradin, the last legitimate male heir of the Hohenstaufen dynasty of Kings of Germany and Holy Roman Emperors, is executed along with his companion Frederick I, Margrave of Baden by Charles I of Sicily, a political rival and ally to the hostile Catholic church.
October 29 - Frederick I, Margrave of Baden (executed) (born 1249)
The county of Wernigerode become a vassal state of the margrave of Brandenburg.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Baden
Margrave Christopher I of Baden (1475-1527) had in 1503 united all the family territory, but the division in 1533 between his two sons Bernhard III and Ernest separated the margravate into two parts which were not reunited until 1771.
In Baden, by the order of the Grand duke, the candidate for the archiepiscopal see was elected by free vote of the assembled deans (1822), but their choice of Wanker, a professor of theology in Freiburg, was condemned by the pope as canonically invalid.
By the Peace of Pressburg (1805), and the accession of Baden to the Confederation of the Rhine (1806), Baden was still further enlarged by the former possessions of Austria in the Breisgau, the city of Constance, and other territories, whereby substantially the present boundaries were established.
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 Britannica Concise Encyclopedia - The online encyclopedia you can trust!
Baden was reunited under his grandson Charles Frederick, who was margrave of Baden-Durlach from 1738 to 1811 and of Baden-Baden from 1771, when its line became extinct.
The last grand duke of Baden, Frederick II, abdicated in 1918 at the close of World War I. Under the constitution of 1919, Baden ceased to be a grand duchy and became a Land of the German Reich.
Baden was terribly devastated during the Thirty Years' War (1618–48), and the towns of Pforzheim, Durlach, and Baden were destroyed during the expansionist wars waged by Louis XIV of France in the late 17th century.
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 Frederick I, Margrave of Baden - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Frederick I, Margrave of Baden (1249– October 29, 1268, margrave from October 4, 1250), the only son of Margrave Herman VI of Baden and of Gertrude of Austria (the niece of Duke Frederick II the Quarrelsome of Austria), grew up at the Bavarian court with his friend Conradin.
After accompanying Conradin on his Italian expedition, Frederick passed into captivity on September 8, 1268 at Astura to the south of Anzio.
In 1250 he also became (in right of his mother), titular duke of Austria and Styria.
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The earliest known inhabitants of Baden were the Alamanni, who fell under the dominion of the Frankish Empire in the 5th century.
A general practitioner, he and his son Karl organized a group practice of psychiatric specialists in 1920; and...
Worth, Charles Frederick (1825–1895), English couturier, who worked in Paris, France.
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the rival of the emperor Otto IV, was the fifth and youngest son of the emperor Frederick I and Beatrix, daughter of Renaud III, count of Burgundy, and consequently brother of the emperor Henry VI.
Emperor Frederick I [ edit ] Births September 10 - Alexius II Comnenus, Byzantine emperor (died 1183) Frederick VI, Duke of Swabia (died 1191) [ edit ] Deaths August 14 - Rainald of Dassel Archbishop of Cologne...
In the final showdown of Henry the Lion of Bavaria and Saxony with the Emperor Frederick I Barbarossa, Frederick is triumphant and deprives Henry of his fiefs.
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 CONK! Encyclopedia: October_29
1268- Conradin, the last legitimate male heir of the Hohenstaufen dynasty of Kings of Germany and Holy Roman Emperors, is executed along with his companion Frederick I, Margrave of Baden by Charles I of Sicily, a political rival and ally to the hostile Catholic church.
1268- Frederick I, Margrave of Baden (beheaded) (b.
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 Herman VI, Margrave of Baden
Herman VI, Margrave of Baden (died October 4, 1250) was nominally Duke of Austria and Styria.
In 1248, he married Gertrud, the niece of the last male member of the Babenberg family, Duke Frederick II of Austria.
However, Herman and his son Frederick could not establish themselves in Austria.
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 Baden on Encyclopedia.com
Margrave Charles Frederick of Baden, raised to the rank of elector at the beginning of the 19th cent., joined the Confederation of the Rhine in 1806 with the title of grand duke and by 1810 had acquired, with the aid of Napoleon I of France, the entire state of Baden.
In 1771 the margraviates of Baden-Baden and Baden-Durlach were united as Baden under the same branch of the house of Zähringen.
After World War II, Baden was divided into two parts—in the south, the state of Baden (3,842 sq mi/9,951 sq km), occupied by France, and in the north, the state of Württemberg-Baden (1,984 sq mi/5,139 sq km), including part of Württemberg, occupied by U.S. armed forces.
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 George Frederick Zähringen Margrave Baden Durlach / Juliane Ursule Countess Of Salm-neufville Countess Salm Neufville
George Frederick Zähringen Margrave Baden Durlach / Juliane Ursule Countess Of Salm-neufville Countess Salm Neufville
Name: Margrave Friedrich Zähringen Of Baden-durlach Born: 6 Jul 1594 at Sulzburg, Loerrach, Baden Died: 8 Sep 1659 at Karlsburg By Dur, Karlsruhe, Baden Wife: Margravine Barbara Princess Of Württemberg Of Baden-durlach
Name: Katharine Ursule Princess Of Baden-surlach Princess Baden Born: 19 Jun 1593 at Karlsruhe Bei Du, Karlsruhe, Baden Died: 15 Feb 1615 at Marburg, Hessen Nassau, Prussia Husband: Prince Of Hesse Kassel Otto
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 BADEN
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 artnet.com: Resource Library: Huber, Johann-Rudolf
Back in Basle, in 1694 he executed portraits of various members of the family of Frederick V, Margrave of Baden-Durlach.
He spent the years 1687 to 1693 in Italy, first in Milan, with Tempesta, then with Giandomenico Tiepolo in Venice and finally with Carlo Maratti in Rome.
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 Frederick_I,_Margrave_of_Baden - Info and Guide.
Victoria of Baden - Victoria of Baden Victoria of Baden (August 7, 1862 - April 4, 1930) was the daughter of Grand Duke Frederick I of Baden, and his wife, Louise of Prussia, who was, in her turn, the daughter of Kaiser Wilhelm I of Germany.
Frederick I, Margrave of Brandenburg - Frederick I, Margrave of Brandenburg Frederick (German: Friedrich) I (1271-1440), Burgrave of Nuremberg, was created margrave of Brandenburg by Sigismund, Holy Roman Emperor in 1415, inaugurating 400 years of rule over the area by the Hohenzollern family which was ultimately to preside over Germany's political unification.
Frederick I, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach - Frederick I, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach Frederick I, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach (May 8, 1460 - April 4, 1536), also known as Frederick V or Friedrich V, Margrave von Brandenburg-Ansbach-Bayreuth, succeeded his father as margrave in 1486.
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 Index to royal Genealogical Data - ordered by forename - part 41
Frederick VI of Baden-Durlach, Margrave of Baden-Durlach Zähringen, b.
Frederick V of Baden-Durlach, Margrave of Baden-Durlach Zähringen, b.
Frederick of Meissen and Thuringia, Margrave of Meis.
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 Baden [Definition]
Margraves of Baden, 1024-1516 Berthold I 1024-1077 Herman I 1052-1073 Herman II 1073-1130 Herman III 1130-1160 Herman IV 1160-1190 Herman V 1190-1243 Frederick 1216-1231 Herman VI 1243-1250 Rudolf I 1250-1288 Frederick I 1250-1268 Hesso 1288-1297 Rudolf II 1288-1295 Herman VII 1288-1291 Rudolf Hesso 1297-1335 Frederick II 1300-1333 Herman IX 1333-1353 Frederick III 1348-1353 Rudolf VI...
Baden was bounded to the north by the Kingdom of Bavaria With an area of 70,553 km² and 12.4 million inhabitants, the Free State of Bavaria (German Bayern or Freistaat Bayern) forms the southernmost of the 16 Bundesländer of Germany.
Baden is a historical state in the southwest of Germany The Federal Republic of Germany (German: Bundesrepublik Deutschland) is one of the world's leading industrialized countries, located in the heart of Europe.
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 Johanniter Order in Germany
In 1420, with the death of his elder brother John III, Frederick (VI Margrave) became the first Elector of Brandenburg [9] and was able to reunite the Hohenzollern fiefs, beginning the consolidation of power which was to culminate in 1871 with the accession of a descendant to the Crown of Imperial Germany.
In 1511 Margrave Albrecht of Brandenburg-Ansbach, third son of reigning Margrave Frederick of Ansbach, was elected Grand Master of the Teutonic Order (Hoch-und-Deutschmeister).
In 1415 Frederick of Hohenzollern, second son of Frederick V, Prince of Ansbach, sold the Burgravate of Nuremberg to the people of the city and, with the proceeds, acquired the Margravate of Brandenburg.
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 Human Family Project July 12, 2001
Father: Frederick III The Pacific, Margrave De Baden-[115562] (Abt 1305-1353) Mother:
1 M Frederick II Zähringen, Margrave De Baden-[115559]
1 M Frederick I Zähringen, Margrave De Baden-[115554]
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 700000 people connected with European Royalty
Father: George Frederick Zähringen Margrave Baden Durlach (1572-1638)
Father: Margrave Frederick VI Zähringen Of Baden-Durlach (1617-1677)
Rudolf I Margrave Baden and Countess Of Eberstein Kunigunde
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 Worldroots.com
1659 Zähringen, Frederick VI of Baden-Durlach, Margrave of Baden-Durlach
1250 Zähringen, Frederick I of Baden, Margrave of Baden
1288 Zähringen, Herman VII of Baden, Margrave of Baden
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 Baden
Baden was reunited under his grandson Charles Frederick, who was margrave of Baden-Durlach from 1738 to 1811 and of Baden-Baden from 1771, when its line became extinct.
Louis William I, margrave of Baden-Baden from 1677 to 1707, was a distinguished commander in the imperial army in wars against the Turks and against the French; he built the palace of Rastatt.
Charles III William, margrave of Baden-Durlach from 1709 to 1738, founded Karlsruhe as his capital.
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Frederick I, Margrave of Baden Frederick I, Margrave of Baden (1249 - October 29, 1268, margrave from October 4...
1250), the only son of Margrave Herman VI of Baden and of Gertrude of Austria (the only daughter of Duke Henry "the Godless" of Austria), grew up at the Bavarian court with his...
Baden, Austria Baden, a town and watering-place in Lower Austria, 26 kilometres South of Vienna.
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Frederick I, Margrave of Baden (1249 - October 29, 1268, margrave from October 4, 1250), the only son of Margrave Herman VI of Baden and of Gertrude of Austria...
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Baden, a town in the Swiss canton of Aargau, on the left bank of the river Limmat, 25 km N.W. of Zurich.
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 Articles - Gertrude of Austria
She married first Vladislav of Bohemia, margrave of Moravia, secondly Herman VI, Margrave of Baden, and after his death thirdly Roman of Halicz, each of which unsucessfully tried to establish themselves as Dukes of Austria, as did her son Frederick I, Margrave of Baden.
Gertrude of Austria ( 1226 - 1288) was the niece of Duke Frederick II of Austria (daughter of his elder brother Henry of Mödling), the last male member of the Babenberg dynasty, and granddaughter of Leopold VI of Austria and Theodora Angelina.
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 Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Page Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Berthold I Zahringen
10 Frederick III Zahringen - 1353 aka: the Pacific t: 1348 Margrave of Baden............................
19 Frederick V Zahringen 1594 - 1659 t: 1622 Margrave of Baden-Durlach.......................................................
27 [20] Frederick II Zahringen 1857 - 1928 t: 1907 Grand Duke of Baden...............................................................................
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 October 29 - Enpsychlopedia
1268 - Conradin, the last legitimate male heir of the Hohenstaufen dynasty of Kings of Germany and Holy Roman Emperors, is executed along with his companion Frederick I, Margrave of Baden by Charles I of Sicily, a political rival and ally to the hostile Catholic church.
1268 - Frederick I, Margrave of Baden {beheaded} (b.
1422 - Charles VII of France becomes king in succession to his father Charles VI of France
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 Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Page Outline Descendant Tree: Descendants of Berthold I Zahringen
8 Frederick I Zahringen - 1268 t: 1250 Margrave of Baden
9 Frederick II Zahringen - 1333 t: 1291 Margrave of Baden.........................
7 Herman VI Zahringen - 1250 t: 1243 Margrave of Baden...................
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