Nifty charts, Andrew. (Wish WikiTree could produce these.)
Many years ago, I found a book in a rare bookstore, “Genealogical Tables Illustrative of Modern History,” (1875), by Hereford B. George. Pages and pages of royal and aristocratic genealogies. George got it mostly correct, I’d say with about 98% accuracy. His point was to help students to frame history by these families. There are some 54 charts all depending on each other. He included “Christian Dynasties in the East.” I used to read these charts, flipping page after page, and I have to admit that this helped when getting my degree in European History.