Philibert was the son of the Mark count Bernhard III. of bathing and Franziska of Luxembourg.
Philibert spent a part of its youth at the yard of duke William IV. by Bavaria in Munich. William, its later father-in-law, was for his strictly catholic aspect admitted and got the Jesuiten after Bavaria. Mark count Philibert was trailer of the Protestanten and let itself herein from his father-in-law not be confused. In the year 1555 it participated in Augsburger the confessional peace conclusion . When he wanted to come in the year 1565 the Huguenots into France with 1.500 men to assistance, emperor Maximilian II. reminded him.to omit, this. It added itself and served the emperor 1566 in Hungary against Sultan Suleiman I..
it fought to 1569 then even at the side of Karl IX. of France, the son-in-law by emperor Maximilian II., against the Huguenots. Philibert fell at the 3. October 1569 in the victorious battle of Montcontour against the Huguenots. According to statement of its friend Heinrich of stone it left the battle living and afterwards by the Huguenots on a lock at the Spanish border was imprisoned set and murdered. It left the 10-year old Philipp, to the later Mark count Philipp II., its one year older sister Jakobe of bathing and two further sisters. All brothers and sisters became of its uncle Albrecht V. gotten from Bavaria to Munich and there educated.
marriage and descendant
- Jakobe (* 16. January 1558; † 3. September 1597, in Duesseldorf murders) - marries with Johann William, duke of Jülich mountain Kleve
- Philipp II. (* 19. February 1559 Baden-Baden; † 17. June 1588), Mark count
- Anna Maria (* 22. May 1562; † 25. April 1583, Trebon )
- Maria Salome (* 1. February 1563; † 30. April 1600, Pfreimd)
- son (* 31. October 1565; † 31. October 1565)
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||Mark count von Baden|
|DATE OF BIRTH||22. January 1536|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Baden-Baden|
|DYING DATE||3. October 1569|