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 Herman VI, Margrave of Baden - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Herman VI, Margrave of Baden (died October 4, 1250) was nominally Duke of Austria and Styria.
She brought the Duchies of Austria and Styria as her heirloom.
However, Herman and his son Frederick could not establish themselves in Austria.
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 List of rulers of Baden - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Baden was a state in the southwest of Germany, primarily consisting of territory along the right bank of the Rhine opposite Alsace and the Palatinate.
For most of the early modern period, the Baden lands were divided into two parts, one ruled by the Catholic Margraves of Baden-Baden, and the other by the Protestant Margraves of Baden-Durlach.
In the imperial reorganization of 1803, Baden gained a great deal of additional territory, and its rulers were made Electors of the Holy Roman Empire.
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 Maximilian Genealogy Master Database 2000 - pafg1581 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Herman VI of Baden ZÄHRINGEN [ Parents ] died 1250.
Herman IV Margrave of Baden ZÄHRINGEN died 16 Jan 1190.
Herman I of Baden ZÄHRINGEN [ Parents ] died 1074.
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 Margrave
Frederick I, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach Frederick I, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach (Poland.
Georg Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach Georg Hohenzollern Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach was born in 1543.
Maria Emanuel, Margrave of Meissen Maria Emanuel, Margrave of Meissen (born Saxony.
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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.
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.
Georg Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach - Georg Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach Georg Hohenzollern Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach was born in 1484 and died 1543.
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 Germany, the German Confederation
Bohemia was acquired and created a Kingdom by the German Emperors, perhaps with the sense that it was still in some sense external to East Francia; and the Margrave of Brandenburg became the King of Prussia, far outside the Empire.
Baden was a relatively large state along the east bank of the Rhine, running north deep into Germany, and in the south along the Swiss border all the way to Lake Constance.
With the Duke, Louis William took the crossing of the Danube at Donauworth in the battle of Schellenberg, the preliminary action to the battle of Blenheim.
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 Germany A-E
The Lords of Baden benefited from the break-up of Swabia, and, raised to the dignity of Margrave in 1112, were able to take their place as one of the four most important dynasts in southern Germany (along with Habsburg, Wittelsbach, and Wurttemburg).
Baden was fragmented from 1190-1503, 1515-1620, and 1622-1771, though the eras of 1415-1503, 1604-1620, and 1666-1771 saw only two active branches each.
Margraves of North Mark 936, Margraves of Brandenburg 1136, Electors from 1355, inherited the Duchy of Prussia 1618, Kings of Prussia 1701, Kings of the German Confederation from 1867 aand Emperors of Germany from 1871.
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'''Herman VI''', Margrave of Baden (died October 4, 1250) was nominally Duke of Austria and Styria (duchy) Styria.
However, Herman and his son Frederick I, Margrave of Baden Frederick could not establish themselves in Austria.
''' Frederick I, Margrave of Baden Frederick I of Baden ''' -
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Herman V of Baden ZÄHRINGEN [ Parents ] died 16 Jan 1243.
Herman IV Margrave of Baden ZÄHRINGEN [ Parents ] died 16 Jan 1190.
Herman V of Baden ZÄHRINGEN died 16 Jan 1243.
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I46584: Rudolf VI Zähringen Margrave of BADEN (____ - 21 Mar 1371)
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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 Frederick I, Margrave of Baden (1249 - October 29, 1268, margrave from October 4...
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Austria - Leopold III Margrave of Austria ( 1095 - 1136)
Ladislaus I Herman, Duke of Poland ( 1079 - 1102)
Styria - Ottokar VI, Duke of Styria ( 1084 - 1122)
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 Germany, the Stem Duchies & Marches
Gero was the Margrave of the North March (later Brandenburg).
But when the male line of Wittenburg failedin 1422, the title of Elector of Saxony passed to the Margraves of Meissen, so that later what became "Saxony" was actually east and south of the original Stem Duchy.
One daughter married a Romanov and was the mother of a Tsar, albeit an ephemeral one; but then another married the Emperor Charles VI and become the fateful mother of Maria Theresa, who for fourty years was herself the House of Hapsburg.
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She was the daughter of Sancho VI, king of Navarre (1132?-94), and was betrothed to Richard shortly after his accession to the English throne in 1189.
She was married to Alfonso VI King of Castile, Leon and Navarre in 1093.
Berthold Margrave of Baden was born in 1906.
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 Articles - List of rulers of Austria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05)
Austria became one of the marches (in later times sometimes called the Ostmark) of the Holy Roman Empire after the Battle of Lechfeld in 955, and was given a margrave around 960.
The inheritage of the duchy passed to the Margraves of Baden through Frederick II's sister, Gertrude, but they did not manage to establish themselves in the country and were rejected by the estates
Frederick I of Baden ( 1250 - 1251)
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Baden, Princess Baden Franziske Sibylle Princess Of (b.
Baden, Princess Baden Ursule Marie Princess Of (b.
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 Kingdoms of Germany - Baden
Baden was a minor margraviate which emerged in lower western Germany during the general political collapse which began in the eleventh century
Herman VI Became Herman, Duke of Austria (1248-1250).
Baden becomes a part of the Prussian German Empire.
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Frederick II, known as the Quarrelsome ( 1219 – June 15, 1246), from the dynasty of Babenberg, was the duke of Austria and Styria from 1230 to 1246.
He was the second, but the only surviving son of Duke Leopold VI and Theodora Angela, a Byzantine princess.
Gertrude first married Herman VI, Margrave of Baden, who did not manage to maintain his position in Austria, and later Roman of Halicz, a relative of the king of Hungary.
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She married Welf VI, Markgraf von Tuszien und Herzog von Spoleto, son of Heinrich IX "der Schwarze", Herzog von Bayern and Wulfhilda von Sachsen.
She was the daughter of Welf VI, Markgraf von Tuszien und Herzog von Spoleto and Uta von Calw, Herzogin von Schauenburg.
She married Markgraf von Baden Hermann III von Zähringen, son of Markgraf von Verona Hermann II von Zähringen and Judith (?), between 1131 and 1134.
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Knowledge King - 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 friend Conradin.
In 1250 he also became (in right of his mother), titular duke of Austria and Styria.
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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 (the only daughter of Duke Henry[?] "the Godless" of Austria), grew up at the Bavarian court with his friend Conradin.
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Rudolf I Margrave Baden and Countess Of Eberstein Kunigunde
Born: Abt 1259 - Of Baden, Baden, Baden
Johann Of Brandenburg-Ansbach Margrave and Princess Johanna Of Baden-Durlach
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Parents: Herman V of Baden Zähringen and Irmingard of Zelle Longus.
Parents: Frederick I of Baden Zähringen and Louise Hohenzollern.
Children were: Gustav VI Adolf Bernadotte, Erik Gustaf Louis Bernadotte, William of Sweden Bernadotte.
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I46585: Frederick III Zähringen Margrave of BADEN (ABT.
_Rudolf I Zähringen Margrave of BADEN _ + _Herman VII Zähringen Margrave of BADEN _
-- Frederick III Zähringen Margrave of BADEN
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 THE ALMANACH DE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE 800-2004
The death (1740) of Charles VI ended the male Hapsburg line, precipitating further conflict While the elector of Bavaria was chosen (1742) Emperor as Charles VII, Maria Theresa, daughter of Charles VI, defended her Hapsburg inheritance against the claims of Bavaria, Prussia, and Saxony.
A Markgraf, or Margrave, was originally the military governor of a Carolingian 'Mark'(or March), a medieval border province.
The jurisdiction of a Margrave was a Margraviate.
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