Herman II, Margrave of Baden
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He styled himself Dominus in Baden, comes Brisgaviae, marchio Verona. In English, his titles were: Lord in Baden, Count of Brisgau, Margrave of Verona. Around 1070 Hermann began to build Castle Hohenbaden on top of the remains of an old Celtic structure. After the structure was completed in 1112, he gave himself the title Margrave of Baden.
He rebuilt the Augustine monastery that his father had built in Backnang in 1123. Hermann was laid to rest in the monasery with the inscription:
"In this tomb lays the Margrave Hermann of Baden, who was the founder of this monastery and temple. He died in the year thousand increased by hundred and three times ten fronm the time on when the pious virgin bore . When he was transferred here along with his descendancy, fifteen hundred years had passed, thereto ten onandall three."
Family and children
Hermann II married Judit of Hohenberg and had the following children:
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Hermann III of Baden