In fact, the entire period Vibalda, Frederick Barbarossa refers to the number of periods of fairy stories and he Vibald most likely projection into the past of a religious figure of the Renaissance (perhaps, XV, or even the end of the XVI century). No originals-state he probably did not have, and therefore are not destroyed, but simply composing these or to order and pay for a good. This is likely true of Bishop Otto I, who served on the recommendation of the department in Vibalda Friizinge (now on the border of Bavaria and Austria), ostensibly in 1138-1158 years. Otto (allegedly 1112-1158) was the son of the Austrian Margrave Leopold III and grandson of Emperor Henry IV and had therefore direct contact with the Emperor's entourage. It turned the provincial bishop Otto Vibalda important ally. Otto and Vibald member of one share and Faussner describes in detail the changes in the legislation prompted them to ambitious action on forgery-state ratification in order to achieve significant financial benefits for its monasteries, and in the case of Otto and his diocese.