After having invaded and conquered Italy, King Otto I convokes a diet in Augsburg whereby he bestowed upon the defeated Berengar II and his son Adalbert the Kingdom of Italy, albeit somewhat reduced: the marches of Verona and Aquileia were ripped off from Italy and appended to the Duchy of Bavaria, governed by Otto's brother Henry. Since Istria formed part of the "March of Aquileia" (i. e. Friuli), this event marks the beginning of a new chapter of Istrian history.
Henry III, King of the Romans, donates properties in the March of Carniola and the County of Margrave Eberhard to the Church of Aquileia.
Henry IV, King of the Romans, donates properties in Piran and Novigrad in the March of Istria to the monastery of Saint Andrew in Freising under the jurisdiction of the Bishopric of Freising and its bishop Ellenhardus.
King Otto IV holds an imperial diet in Augsburg where he deals, among many other things, with the fate of the condemned murderers of King Philip and the Margraviate of Istria (notices from contemporary narrative accounts, Otto of St. Blasien’s and Conrad of Scheyern’s chronicles).
Otto IV, King of the Romans, confirms the rights of the Patriarchate of Aquileia over the Duchy of Friuli, including the incomes from the administration of criminal justice, and all documented agreements made between Patriarch Peregrine I and Count Maynard I of Gorizia as well as Patriarch Ulrich II and Count Engelbert II of Gorizia regarding advocacy and other matters.
Otto announces to all the subjects of the Empire in Italy that he has appointed Patriarch Wolfger of Aquileia imperial legate for Lombardy, Tuscia, the Duchy of Spoleto and the Marches of Ancona and Romaniola, commanding them to receive him honorably and to recognize his decisions in imperial affairs.
King Otto IV invests Patriarch Wolfger with imperial regalian rights and attests that his successors do not need to journey to German lands to receive the regalian investiture because the patriarchs of Aquileia are one of the Italian ecclesiastical princes.