Johann (Baden-Hachberg)

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Johann von Baden-Hachberg († 1409 ) was together with his brother Hesso Margrave of Hachberg and Lord of Höhingen from 1386 to 1409 .

Johann (also called Hans) was born as the son of Heinrich IV. And Anna von Üsenberg .

After the death of his brother Otto in the battle of Sempach in 1386 , he and his brother Hesso shared power. Johann received half of the stronghold , the village of Bahlingen am Kaiserstuhl and compensation payments.


  • Johann Christian Sachs : Introduction to the history of the Marggravschaft and the Marggravial old princely house of Baden . First part. Lotter, Carlsruhe 1764, p. 446–450 ( limited preview in Google Book search).
  • Thomas Alfried Leger: Hochberg, Hachberg. In: AG Hoffmann: General Encyclopedia of Sciences and Arts , Second Section, Part 9, Leipzig 1832, p. 116 ( digitized version )

Individual evidence

  1. s. Rolf Brinkmann: Castle ruins Hochburg , Bahlingen 2001, p. 12
predecessor Office successor
Otto I. Margrave of Baden-Hachberg
Otto II.