Medieval manuscript of the day is a tree of Jesse. An incredibly detailed late medieval/early Renaissance depiction of the genealogy of Christ, it is remarkable for its rich colours and lavish illustration. It originates from Naples circa 1480. Image source: Walters Museum 330. Creative Commons licensed.
Stained glass Jesse Tree at Saint-Étienne's church in Beauvais, France, created between 1522-1524. Jesse is the chap in the four-poster bed at the bottom. To his left is Francis I of France and to his right is the Holy Roman Emporer Charlies V. High res version at source.
Tree of Jesse window, Church of Saint-Étienne, Beauvais, France, Engrand Le Prince, (1522-1524)