Lotharius I, imperator Imperii Romanorum (817-855)

826_LPE

Regestum

Emperor Louis the Pious and his son Lothar write to Venerius, the patriarch of Grado, confirming the possessions of his Church, including the Patriarchate's jurisdictions in Istria.

Date
826

826_LV

Regestum

Louis the Pious and his son Lothar instruct Patriarch Venerius of Grado to go to Rome again to settle his dispute with the Patriarch Maxentius of Aquileia before the Pope and their messengers, despite the fact that Maxentius failed to attend the first meeting, causing Venerius to return home without any resolution.

Date
Between 826 and June of 827 (doc. 827_SM)

832_LPA

Regestum

Emperor Lothair I confirms the immunities enjoyed by the Church of Aquileia and its right to canonically elect their patriarchs.

Date
30th of November, 832
Place

840_PL

Regestum

The first pact between the Venetian neighbors in the Kingdom of Italy, represented by Emperor Lothar I, and the Duchy of Venice, represented by Doge Pietro Tradonico, sanctioning mutual aid in campaigns against the Slavs, defining the rights over the use of land and numerous aspects related to trade as well as the modalities of justice administration.

Date
840
Place

844_CA

Regestum

A poem composed in response to the Synod of Mantua (6th of June, 827), arguing that Aquileia, the old metropolitan see of the ecclesiastical province Venetia et Histria, was so thoroughly destroyed by barbarians (Attila, the Avars, Lombards and Goths) that it was never rebuilt; thus, the metropolitan see transferred to "the Venetians" and Aquileia was demoted to a status of a mere parish.

Date
c. 850 (between 844 and 855)

844_SA

Regestum

Pope Sergius II writes to Andrew, the patriarch of Aquileia, addressing his ongoing dispute with Venerius, the patriarch of Grado, urging patience, suggesting the convening of a general synod to address these issues, and emphasizing the need for imperial authority to finally put an end to this dispute between the two ecclesiastical sees.

Date
Between January 844 and January 847, that is, during the pontificate of Pope Sergius II