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  1. Margraviate of Baden - Wikipedia

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    The Margraviate of Baden (German: Markgrafschaft Baden) was a historical territory of the Holy Roman Empire.Spread along the east side of the Upper Rhine River in southwestern Germany, it was named a margraviate in 1112 and existed until 1535, when it was split into the two margraviates of Baden-Durlach and Baden-Baden.

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  2. Charles I, Margrave of Baden-Baden - Wikipedia

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    Charles I of Baden (1427 – 24 February 1475, Pforzheim) was a Margrave of Baden-Baden during 1454–1475.. Charles was the elder son of Jacob, Margrave of Baden-Baden and his wife Catherine, daughter of Charles II, Duke of Lorraine.

  3. Philip I, Margrave of Baden - Wikipedia

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    Margrave Philip I of Baden (6 November 1479 – 17 September 1533) took over the administration of his father's possessions Baden (Baden-Baden), Durlach, Pforzheim and Altensteig and parts of Eberstein, Lahr and Mahlberg in 1515 and ruled as governor until he inherited the territories in 1527.

  4. Bernhard II, Margrave of Baden-Baden - Wikipedia

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    Bernhard II of Baden (1428 or 1429 at Hohenbaden Castle in Baden-Baden – 15 July 1458 in Moncalieri, Turin), was the second son of Margrave Jacob of Baden and his wife, Catherine of Lorraine. He was born in the late 1420s at Hohenbaden Castle in Baden-Baden. His exact birth date is unknown. He was beatified by the Roman Catholic Church in 1769.

  5. Christoph I, Margrave of Baden-Baden - Wikipedia

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    Christoph was the eldest son of Charles I, Margrave of Baden-Baden and Catherine of Austria, a sister of Frederick III, Holy Roman Emperor.. He regained the territories that were lost by his father to the Palatinate and its allies.

  6. Jacob, Margrave of Baden-Baden - Wikipedia

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    He was the elder son of Bernard I, Margrave of Baden-Baden and his second wife Anna of Oettingen. Jacob I was a man of deep religious beliefs, well known as a founder of churches. He founded the monastery at Fremersberg and was a major benefactor of the Stiftskirche at Baden-Baden.

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    • 13 October 1453 (aged 46), Mühlburg
  7. Louis William I | margrave of Baden | Britannica

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    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… Read More

  8. Louis George, Margrave of Baden-Baden - Wikipedia

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    Louis George, Margrave of Baden-Baden (German: Ludwig Georg Simpert; 7 June 1702 – 22 October 1761) was the Margrave of Baden-Baden from 1707 until his death in 1761. From 1707 to 1727, his mother Sibylle of Saxe-Lauenburg was the regent of Baden-Baden.

  9. Category:Louis William, Margrave of Baden-Baden - Wikimedia ...

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    Media in category "Louis William, Margrave of Baden-Baden" The following 27 files are in this category, out of 27 total.

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  10. Margrave Of Baden Baden Stock Photos & Margrave Of Baden ...

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    Louis William, Margrave of Baden-Baden, 8 April 1655 - 4 January 1707, was the ruling Margrave of Baden-Baden in Germany and chief commander of the Imperial army, digital improved reproduction of a woodcut publication from the year 1888