Judith von Baden († 1162)
As was customary for the descendants of a ruling margrave at the time, she was dubbed “margravine”. She may have married Duke Ulrich I of Carinthia († 1144); however, his wife could also have been a sister whose name was not known.
She died in 1162 and was buried in a stone sarcophagus in the Augustine Chapel in the cloister of the Backnang Abbey . The tomb was opened in 1513 at the instigation of Christoph I of Baden , provided with a label and moved to the church choir . In 1929 the sarcophagus was moved to the crypt.
- landeskunde-online.de: Collegiate Church of St. Pankratius Backnang, burial place: Margravine Judith
- landeskunde-online.de: The Margraves of Baden in the Middle Ages (family table)
|SURNAME||Judith of Baden|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Daughter of Hermann II of Baden|
|DATE OF BIRTH||11th century or 12th century|
|DATE OF DEATH||1162|