Acta privata

543_EP

Regestum

Euphrasius, the bishop of Poreč, imposes a variety of taxes, including the tithe and the ecclesiastical quartese (the quarter of the tithe) on the citizens of his bishopric. The document aimed at proving the episcopal lordship over the city of Poreč, forged in the first half of the 13th century.

Date
24th of March, 543 (13th Century Forgery)

547_MD

Regestum

Maximian, the bishop of Ravenna, endows the monastery of St. Andrew and the church of St. Mary in Pula.

Date
During the episcopate of Maximian, the bishop of Ravenna (4th of October 546-22nd of February 556/7); traditionally, but wrongly, dated to 21st of February 547.
Place

847_MARU

Regestum

The last will and testament of a woman from Trieste calling herself "Maru, the handmaiden of God" (Maru ancilla Dei).

Date
26th of April, 847 (most probably) or 849 (less probably)

965_RP

Regestum

Patriarch Rodoald donates Rovinj, a land that was destroyed by the "abominable Slavs", to the Bishopric of Poreč. Forged charter.

Date
20th of January, 965 (according to indiction) or 966.
Place

991_CW

Regestum

A public placitum held in front of the Istrian count Werihen whereby the dispute between the Bishopric of Poreč, represented by Bishop Andrew, and a Bertha, a widow of a Cadoloh, regarding the latter's fiscal obligations towards the Church of Poreč (herbatico and glandatico) is judged in Bertha's favor.

Date
5th of October, 991

1037_EM

Regestum

Eberhard II of Sempt-Ebersberg founds the monastery in Geisenfeld. Forgery from the late 15th or early 16th century.

Date
1037 (15th or 16th century forgery)
Place

1040_AZ

Regestum

Azica, the daughter of count Wezelin and Williburga, donates properties to the monastery of Saint Mary and Archangel Michael in Lim bay. 14th century forgery.

Date
12th of May, 1040 (1042 according to the dating by indiction, 1044 according to the dating by Henry III's reign)

1040_WB

Regestum

Countess Williburga, the mother of Azica, confirms her daughters donation and donates even more properties to the monastery of Saint Mary and Saint Michael in Lim. 15th century forgery.

Date
12th of July, 1040 (1042 according to the dating by indiction, 1044 according to the dating by Henry III's reign)

1045_HD

Regestum

Notices from the cartularies of the Ebersberg and Geisenfeld monasteries regarding the heirs of the house Sempt-Ebersberg: Williburga II, her daughter Hademoud II, and her grandson Ulrich I.

Date
c. 1045 to c. 1064

1054_ERR

Regestum

Abbott Erchembaldus of the monastery of Saint Mary and Saint Andrew on Crveni otok by Rovinj (Rovigno) leases certain possessions in the territory of Faenza to a certain Peter called Alegritto and his wife Gasdia.

Date
16th of June, 1054
Place

1060_WMD

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.

Date
c. 1060 (between 1050 and 1065)

1060_DWM

Regestum

A nobleman Nebcor donates a field underneath Bled castle to the Bishopric of Brixen and its bishop Altwin; in return he receives from the aforementioned bishop two fields. In another donation, the same nobleman Nebcor donates to the same bishopric and the same bishop a property in Begunje, the one that he received from Margrave Ulrich I. For this donation, Nebcor received other properties in return from bishop Altwin. 

Date
c. 1060 (between 1050 and 1065)

1060_WM

Regestum

Margrave Ulrich I authorizes the knight Taganus, vassal of Altwin, the bishop of Bressanone, to carry out two donations to the Church of Bressanone on his behalf: 1) by a donation charter done in Leše, Ulrich bestows Leše to the Bishopric of Bressanone; 2) by a donation charter done in Kovor, Ulrich donates to the same Church the village Bistrica and the Church is to keep this property only if the margrave would die single, without ever having married.

Date
c. 1060 (before 1063)

1061_MI

Regestum

Megingaudus, the bishop of Pula, donates a property to the monastery of Saint Michael, witnessed by "Istrian margrave Ulrich".

Date
17th of August, 1061
Place

1061_OMR

Regestum

A regestum of a donation by which Hartwig of Piran together with his wife Bona donates Kaštel (Castelvenere) to Ulrich, the margrave of Istria.

Date
1061

1090_HA

Regestum

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.

Date
Originally undated; usually dated to circa 1093; most probably should be dated to a period between the May of 1090 and the September of 1091; the most conservative dating being between May 1090 and November 1102
Place

1102_DW

Regestum

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.

Date
17th of November, 1102
Place

1102_DH

Regestum

Henry of Eppenstein, duke of Carinthia, donates his castle "in the place that is called Ruvoyn" to the Church of Aquileia.

Date
1102

1118_SH

Regestum

Siegried and Heliza, the noble citizens of Poreč, donate their possessions, a church dedicated to St. Peter in Poreč with all its dependencies and an allod called Mount Petrosus, to St. Michael’s monastery in Pula.

Date
1118

1186_AC

Regestum

Adalbert, the count of Istria, pronounces a sentence regarding the jurisdictions over the territories of Gradina (Calisedo) claimed by both the commune of Sv. Lovreč and the heirs of Adalburn, vassals of Gerold of Pula, the lord of Gradina.

Date
24th of October, 1186