First English edition of the Nuremberg chronicle: being the Liber chronicarum of Dr. Hartmann Schedel…

This genealogical tree indicates the lineage of the most illustrious and most holy emperor Henry and his holy spouse and virgin Kunigunde, who outshone all other German kings and queens in piety and virtue, and were illustrious in many miracles occurring after their death. At the root of this tree is placed Liudolf (Luitolfus), the duke of Saxony, as father of the line, while its branches represent his sons and grandsons as far as Saint Henry the emperor. And beside it is indicated the descent of his spouse from Charles the Great.

In the time of the invincible emperor Charles the Great, who without cessation for many years warred against the idolatry of the Saxons, defeated them, and compelled them to accept the Christian faith, Liudolf (Luitolfus), the duke of Saxony, assumed the government of the country. He went to Rome and secured the remains of Saint Innocent from the pope. Bruno, his eldest son, conducted a war against the Danes and was drowned at sea; at which event the duchy of Saxony descended to the son of Duke Otto the Second. He had a son named Henry (Heinricus) the Humble, and a daughter named Baba, the mother of Count Albrecht of Babenberg; and from her Babenberg derived its name. Count Albrecht was beheaded by Emperor Louis (Ludovicus) because he had slain his brother Conrad, as previously stated. This same emperor Louis died without male issue, Conrad, the son of the slain Conrad, was placed in the sovereignty; but when he also died, without issue, Henry the Humble was crowned. Henry married Matilda, who bore to him Otto the Great and Henry,