1060_WMD

Date
c. 1060 (between 1050 and 1065)
Regestum

An Ozi exchanges properties with the Bishopric of Brixen and its bishop Altwin: Ozi gives Krnica in Carniola, and in return receives Vadiče and Visoče, properties in the county of Margrave Ulrich I.

Source
Copy from the cartulary of Brixen bishopric, formerly in Austrian State archive in Vienna, cod. 515, fol. 16v, doc. n. 50.
Edition
Oswald Redlich (ed.), Die Traditionsbücher des Hochstifts Brixen: Vom zehnten bis in das vierzehnte Jahrhundert, Acta Tirolensia 1 (Innsbruck 1886), doc. n. 120, p. 47.
Transcription

Notum sit Christi fidelibus tam futuris quam presentibus, quatinus quidam Ozi nuncupatus Altuvini presulis venerandi dilectione inductus tale predium quale in loco videlicet Cornizic dicto habuit, super altare Sancti Ingenuvini in manus scilicet prefati patris ędifficiis, exitibus et reditibus, silvis cultis et incultis, remota omnium contradiction potenti manu legando in proprium tradidit. 
Econtra idem Ozi duo predia unum Wadizin, aliud Wisathsah in Comitatu Ǒdalrici marchionis sita de manu sepe calculati antistitis in commutationem recepit.
Huius rei tales introducuntur testes: Chuno, Wolf, Livto, Wecil, Grifo, Ratkis, Orendil, Izo, Acili, Adolt, Hezil, Wolf, Livpolt, Eckerih, Wiciman, Hartuvic, Guodman, Pecili, Engildie.
Qua condictione firmata mox tradidit et investituram.
Isti etiam testes sunt adhibiti: Chuno, Wolf, Wezil, Livto, Penno, Grifo, Acili, Livpolt. 
Actum Steine.

How to Cite
First citation: Josip Banic (ed.), Fontes Istrie Medievalis, vol. 2: A 804 usque ad 1077, doc. 1060_WMD, fontesistrie.eu/1060_WMD (last access: date).
Subsequent citations: FIM, 2: doc. 1060_WMD.