Herman VII, Margrave of Baden-Baden

Herman VII, Margrave of Baden-Baden, nicknamed the Rouser (German: der Wecker), (1266 – 12 July 1291), was the ruling Margrave of Baden from 1288 until his death.

Herman VII, Margrave of Baden-Baden
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Seal of Herman VII
Born1266
Died(1291-07-12)12 July 1291
BuriedLichtenthal Abbey
Noble familyHouse of Zähringen
Spouse(s)Agnes of Truhendingen
FatherRudolf I, Margrave of Baden-Baden
MotherKunigunde of Eberstein

He was the son of Margrave Rudolf I of Baden and his wife, Kunigunde of Eberstein (c. 1230 – 12 April 1284/90 in Lichtental), the daughter of Count Otto of Eberstein.

In 1291, he received some possessions, including Bietigheim from the Weißenburg Monastery.

He died on 12 July 1291 and was buried in Lichtenthal Abbey.

He married before 6 October 1278, to Agnes of Truhendingen (died after 15 March 1309). They had the following children:

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Herman VII, Margrave of Baden-Baden
Born: 1266 Died: 12 July 1291
Preceded by
Rudolf I
Margrave of Baden
1288-1291
Succeeded by
Frederick II