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  1. Mechthild of Bavaria. Princess Jakobea of Baden (16 January 1558 – 3 September 1597 in Düsseldorf, buried in the St. Lambert Church in Düsseldorf) was daughter of the Margrave Philibert of Baden-Baden and Mechthild of Bavaria . John William, Duke of Jülich-Cleves-Berg.

  2. Jakobea de Baden, margravina de Baden por nacimiento, duquesa de Jülich-Cleves-Berg por matrimonio (m. 1597) La princesa Jakobea de Baden (16 de enero de 1558 - 3 de septiembre de 1597 en Düsseldorf, enterrada en la iglesia de San Lamberto en Düsseldorf) era hija del margrave Filiberto de Baden-Baden y Matilde de Baviera.

  3. 31/10/2015 · Jakobea of Baden was born on 16 January 1558 as the daughter of Philibert of Baden-Baden and Mechtild of Bavaria. She was just 6 when her mother died and 11 when her father also died. From then on she was raised at the court of Albert V of Bavaria, who was her mother’s brother. She was apparently quite an attractive bride.

  4. Life. Jakobea of Baden-Baden became an orphan at an early age and was raised at the court of her maternal uncle Duke Albert V of Bavaria, where she had several suitors. At the insistence of her cousin Ernest of Bavaria, who was Archbishop of Cologne, Emperor Rudolph II, King Philip II of Spain and Pope Gregory XIII, she married, on 16 June 1585, to Duke John William of Jülich-Cleves-Berg, who ...

  5. Princess Jakobea of Baden (born: 16 January 1558; died: 3 September 1597 in Düsseldorf buried in the St. Lambert Church in Düsseldorf) was daughter of the Margrave Philibert of Baden-Baden and Mechthild of Bavaria. She has been compared with Mary Stuart because both met a violent death in the framework of a religious conflict.

  6. Jakobea of Baden was 27 and John William Duke of Jülich-Cleves-Berg was 23 years old. After 12 years, 2 months , in 1597 John passed away.