Anna Maria of Baden

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Anna Maria of Baden
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Born(1562-05-22)22 May 1562
Died25 April 1583(1583-04-25) (aged 20)
Třeboň
Kingdom of Bohemia
Noble familyZähringen (by birth)
Rosenberg (by marriage)
Spouse(s)William of Rosenberg
FatherPhilibert, Margrave of Baden-Baden
MotherMechthild of Bavaria

Princess Anna Maria of Baden (22 May 1562 – 25 April 1583) was a German noblewoman.

Biography[edit]

Anna Maria of Baden was born on 22 May 1562. Her father was Philibert, Margrave of Baden-Baden. Her mother, Mechthild of Bavaria, was a daughter of William IV, Duke of Bavaria. She was a sister of Jakobea and Philip II.

She married William of Rosenberg on 27 January 1578, becoming his third wife.[1][2] The ceremony was performed by Antonín Brus z Mohelnice. She and William had no children.

Anna Maria died in Třeboň on 25 April 1583 and is buried in the Church of St. Vitus in Český Krumlov.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Beckovský, Jan František (12 June 1879). "Poselkyně starých přjbějůw czeských, aneb, Kronyka cžeská: od prwnjho do nyněgssý Země cžeské přjchozu dwauch knjžat charwátských Cžecha y Lecha : wlastnjch bratřj až do stiastného panowánj cýsaře ržjmského, krále českého, ec. Ferdynanda Prwnjho". U. J. K. Geřábka – via Google Books.
  2. ^ Kleisner, Tomáš; Holečková, Zuzana (12 June 2019). Coins and medals of the last Rosenbergs. Tomas Kleisner. ISBN 9788070362068 – via Google Books.