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Like the less powerful family of the Grafen von Hohenburg, centred on Wiesneck, the Zhringer held property in the Black Forest on both banks of the upper reaches of the river Rhine.It held countships in the Thurgau, Albgau, Ortenau and Breisgau.The ducal branch acquired the family's Swabian possessions, maintained the title duke after the head of the family ceased to be Duke of Swabia and eventually applied it to the imperial fief of Zhringen which it held directly from the crown.

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An obscure minor noble family in Swabia, the Zhringen dynasty owed its rise to power to their support for the nobility in its long running dispute with Emperor Heinrich IV in the last decades of the 11th century.They sided with the anti-king of Germany, Rudolf von Rheinfelden Duke of Swabia, after his election in 1077.He was one of the principal adversaries of Emperor Heinrich IV in the investiture dispute, demonstrated by King Heinrich redistributing Berthold's properties by charter dated under which "Heinricusrex" granted property "in pago Brisgowe Bertholfi iam non duci iusto iudicio sublatum" to the church of Strasbourg.According to Wegener, she was Richwara of Swabia, daughter of Hermann IV Duke of Swabia [Babenberg] & his wife Adelaida di Susa.It is assumed that no difficulty was raised in view of the numerous other examples of such transformations in 11th and 12th century Germany, for example those relating to the titles of Duke of Dachau and Markgraf der Bayerischen Nordgau.

The first recorded mention of the title associated with Baden is a charter of Emperor Heinrich V dated (see below).It is accompanied by a Continuatio, probably written just over a century later as it ends with a marriage dated elsewhere to before 1318.The title "Markgraf" was never officially awarded to the Markgrafen von Baden in a way which associated it with Baden as a territory."Pyrtilo" founded the monastery of Sulzburg by charter dated to [993], confirmed by Emperor Otto II by charter dated 22 Jun 993 at the request of "Byrchtilonis comitis" specifying that Sulzburg was "in pago Brysichgowein comitatu superius iam scripti Birchtilonis comitis".This may have been the same person as Bezzelin, ancestor of the Zhringen family, or at least the grantee may have been closely related to him considering that the name Berthold was used frequently by Bezzelin's descendants.His parentage is indicated by a charter dated 1027 under which "Wernherus Strasburgensis episcopus et castri quod dicitur Habesbur, fundator monasterio in patrimonio meo Murein pago Argoia in comitatu Rore" donated property to Kloster Muri "per manum germani fratris mei Lancelini" .