The ruling of the royal court, chaired by Konrad II and his son Henry in Verona, by which the duke of Carnithia, Adlapero, renounces his claims to various obligatory services (fodrum, angaria, servitium publicum) owed to him by the subjects of the Church of Aquileia. By official decree of the imperial court, the Church of Aquileia, represented here by patriarch Poppo and advocate Walpert, is to be free from any services owed to the dukes of Carinthia.
Poppo, patriarcha Aquileiensis (1019-1042)
Emperor Conrad II donates Lovrečica to the Bishopric of Novigrad.
Emperor Conrad II donates Umag to the Bishopric of Novigrad as both an ecclesiastical and temporal possession. 16th-century forgery.
Henry III, King of the Romans, confirms the donations of his predecessors to the Bishopric of Trieste as well as all the immunities and privileges enjoyed by the said Church, including the jurisdiction over Umag and Monfalcone.