Vol. 3: A 1077 usque ad 1209

Ulrich II donates Oprtalj to the Church of Aquileia.

The original is presumed lost, only a late 14th-century regestum survives recorded in the work titled Thesuari claritas which survives in several manuscript traditions, two of which, both from the first quarter of the 15th century, are considered the most representative:
B = Udine, Archivio di Stato di Udine, Patriarcato di Aquileia, ms. Thesauri claritas (Thesaurus Ecclesiae Aquileiensis), fol. 85v, digitized and available online here.
C = Udine, Archivio Diocesano, ms. Thesauri claritas.
Previous Editions
Giuseppe Bianchi (ed.), Thesaurus Ecclesiae Aquileiensis (Udine 1847), n. 516, p. 224; a new critical edition of Thesauri claritas is currently being prepared by the Istituto Pio Paschini.
FIM Edition
Diplomatic edition based on B.

Instrumentum donationis facte de castro Portulensi Aquilegensi ecclesie per dominum Odorlicum, filium Volrici marchionis, in MCII.a

Critical apparatus

aseq. sub signo.....(S) add. B.


Likewise a deed of donation of the fortified town Oprtalj to the Church of Aquileia made by lord Ulrich, the son of Margrave Ulrich, in 1102. [trans. JB]

Selected Bibliography
On Thesuari claritas, also called, somewhat erroneously, Thesaurus Ecclesie Aquileiensis, see: Giovanni Battista Corgnali, “Intorno al ‘Thesauri Claritas’: Appunti,” Memorie storiche forogiuliesi 35-36 (1939-1940): pp. 11-35.
Josip Banic, “Donationes pro remedio animae as Total Social Facts: A Case Study from Twelfth Century Margraviate of Istria,” in: 7. istarski povijesni biennale: Religio, fides, superstitiones...: O vjerovanju i pobožnosti na jadranskom prostoru / The 7th Istrian History Biennale: Religio, fides, superstitiones...: Faith and Piety in the Adriatic Area, ed. Elena Uljančić i Marija Mogorović Crljenko (Poreč 2017), pp. 45–67;
Editor's Notes

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How to Cite
First citation: Josip Banic (ed.), Fontes Istrie medievalis, vol. 3: A 1077 usque ad 1209, doc. 1101_DW, fontesistrie.eu/1101_DW (last access: date).
Subsequent citations: FIM, 3: doc. 1101_DW.
Image Source and Info

The image of ms. B comes from the official web pages of Archivio di Stato di Udine.

The editor has subsequently marked the image with a red line simply to denote the part of the manuscript hereby edited.

The image remains under the copyright of Archivio di Stato di Udine.