Henry VI, Holy Roman Emperor - Ancestry

Ancestry

Ancestors of Henry VI, Holy Roman Emperor
16. Frederick von B├╝ren
8. Frederick I, Duke of Swabia
17. Hildegard von Bar-Mousson
4. Frederick II, Duke of Swabia
18. Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor
9. Agnes of Germany
19. Bertha of Savoy
2. Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor
20. Welf I, Duke of Bavaria
10. Henry IX, Duke of Bavaria
21. Judith of Flanders
5. Judith of Bavaria
22. Magnus, Duke of Saxony
11. Wulfhilde of Saxony
23. Sophia of Hungary
1. Henry VI, Holy Roman Emperor
24. William I, Count of Burgundy
12. Stephen I, Count of Burgundy
25. Stephanie
6. Renaud III, Count of Burgundy
26. Gerard, Duke of Lorraine
13. Beatrix of Lorraine
27. Hedwige of Namur
3. Beatrice I, Countess of Burgundy
28. Theodoric II, Duke of Lorraine
14. Simon I, Duke of Lorraine
29. Hedwige of Formbach
7. Agatha of Lorraine
30. Henry III of Leuven
15. Adelaide of Leuven
31. Gertrude of Flanders

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