Henry IV, King of the Romans, donates properties in Istria to Margrave Ulrich I of Weimar-Orlamünde for his faithful service.
Pinguentum, commune (Buzet / Pinguente)
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.
Patriarch Gerard donates a mill in Buzet in River Mirna, previously owned by a certain priest Martin, to the monastery of St. Peter the Apostle in Karst (in Vižinada by Buje); witnessed by Maynard I of Gorizia, appearing here for the first time as the advocate of the Patriarchate of Aquileia.
Patriarch Peregrine I donates the monastery of St. Peter in Vižinada by Buje to the Venetian monastery of St. Nicholas of Lido.
Patriarch Wolfger confirms to the monastery of Saint Nicholas of Lido in Venice the privileges and donations issued by his predecessors, patriarchs Pelegrin I, Ulrich II, Gottfried and Pelegrin II, including the right to freely travel across the Patriarchate and own property therein, three trading outposts in Aquileia, the monastery of St. Peter in Karst by Buje together with all of its properties, including the mill in Buzet and the right of advocacy relinquished by Advocate Maynard I of Gorizia.
Asquin the dean and the chapter of Aquileia together with Hartwig of Castellerio the deputy, all acting on behalf of the Patriarchate of Aquileia during the sede vacante period, accord a privilege to the Commune of Buzet as a reward for their loyalty and steadfastness during the past war, exempting them from an annual tax in money that they had customarily paid to the Church of Aquileia.
The catalogue of rights that the Patriarchate of Aquileia enjoys in the Margraviate of Istria.
The Venetian Senate debates the future of the newly conquered strongholds in Istria: Oprtalj, Petrapilosa and Buzet. First, the Venetian Senate decided to postpone deliberating on the fate of these three Istrian forts to another date and after lunch (P. 1); then, three days later, it votes on three proposals (P. 2–4), ultimately decreeing to accept the three communities into their dominion and keep their walls intact, authorizing the delegated rectors of Koper to appoint the citizens of Koper to serve as governors of these three places.
Doge Tommaso Mocenigo issues a ducal letter to all the Venetian officials in Istria and to Buzet, officially welcoming the community to Venetian dominion and promising to its citizens the respect of their old laws and custom that they had practiced before being subjected to Venice.
The Venetian Senate deliberates on the matter of the four recently annexed communinites in Istria and their unhappiness with the current regimen; the first proposal (P. 1), to modify the existing jurisdictional framework is rejected; the second proposal (P. 2) is accepted, changing absolutely nothing, but only advising the rectors of Koper to delegate literate and suitable persons to these posts.