Berthold II of Zähringen, the son of the deposed duke of Carinthia, attacks the properties of St. Gallen monastery whose abbot is Ulrich Eppenstein, the brother of Liutold, the incumbent duke of Carinthia, and Henry, the incumbent margrave of Istria (narrative account from the contemporary chronicle Continuatio casuum sancti Galli).
Wodalricus I, de Eppenstein, patriarcha Aquileiensis (1086-1121)
Duke Henry Eppenstein renounces the advocacy over the Church of Aquileia in favor of his brother Ulrich, the incumbent patriarch of Aquileia, who invests the chapter of Aquileia with the rights of advocacy over their possessions and Burchard of Moosburg with the remaining rights of advocacy.
King Henry IV donates regalian rights over the Bishopric of Pula, namely the right to appoint and invest bishops, to the Patriarchate of Aquileia.
Henry IV, emperor of the Romans, donates the March of Carniola to the Patriarchate of Aquileia and its patriarch Ulrich I.
Ulrich II Weimar-Orlamünde and his wife Adelaide donate their possessions in the County of Istria to Patriarch Ulrich of Eppenstein and the Church of Aquileia.