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  1. Otto I, Count of Scheyern (some authors call him Otto II of Scheyern; [citation needed] c. 1020 – before 4 December 1072) was the earliest known ancestor of the House of Wittelsbach whose relation with the House can be properly verified.

    • Eckhard I

      Eckhard I of Scheyern, also Ekkehard von Scheyern (c. 1044 –...

    • Otto II

      Otto II of Scheyern (some authors call him Otto III) (died...

  2. Otto I, Count of Scheyern-Dachau-Valley (also known as Otto of Dachau-Valley; died after 5 November 1130) was a German nobleman. He was a son of Count Arnold I of Scheyern and his wife, Beatrix of Reipersberg. Otto I was the founder of the Scheyern-Dachau-Valley line.

  3. Otón I, conde de Scheyern (algunos autores lo llaman Otón II de Scheyern; c. 1020 - antes del 4 de diciembre de 1072) fue el ancestro más antiguo de la Casa de Wittelsbach, cuya relación con la casa se puede verificar adecuadamente.

  4. Otto V, Count of Wittelsbach (c. 1083 – 4 August 1156), also called Otto IV, Count of Scheyern, was the second son of Eckhard I, Count of Scheyern and Richardis of Carniola and Istria. Otto named himself Otto of Wittelsbach, after Wittelsbach Castle near Aichach.

  5. Eckhard I of Scheyern, also Ekkehard von Scheyern (c. 1044 – died before 11 May 1091), was a son of Otto I, Count of Scheyern.

  6. Otto II of Scheyern (some authors call him Otto III) (died 31 October 1120) was a son of Otto I, Count of Scheyern. His mother can not be unambiguously assigned because Otto I was married with a daughter of Count Meginhardt of Reichersbeuern and later with Haziga of Diessen (the widow of Count Herman of Kastl) and we don't know when ...

  7. The monastery at Scheyern was established in 1119 as the final site of the community founded in around 1077 at Bayrischzell by Countess Haziga of Aragon, wife of Otto II, Count of Scheyern, the ancestors of the Wittelsbachs.