King Charlemagne bestows to the Church of Aquileia the right to canonical election of their patriarchs (that nonetheless requires royal confirmation) and exempts it from public taxes such as the tithes, the grazing fees for livestock sent to graze in Istria, and war taxes (lodgings and provisions for the army) unless the royal military is forced to pass through Friuli and the Treviso region.
King Charlemagne confirms the possessions of the Church of Aquileia and grants it immunities.
Henry II, King of the Romans, donates properties in the March of Carniola, including the castle Bled, to the Bishopric of Säben (later Brixen) and its bishop Adalbero.
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.
Henry IV, king of the Romans, donates properties from the March of Carniola to Anzo, his faithful subject.
Henry IV, King of the Romans, donates properties in the March of Carniola to his faithful subject Anzo.
Henry IV, King of the Romans, confirms the rights and possessions enjoyed by the Patriarchate of Aquileia, especially the parish (!) of Grado, bestowed upon the said patriarchate by Henry's predecessors and the Holy See.
Henry IV, King of the Romans, donates seven villages in Istria, the march of Margrave Ulrich I, to the Bishopric of Freising and its bishop Ellenhard.
Holy Roman Emperor Henry VI 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 of Gorizia as well as Patriarch Ulrich II and Count Engelbert II of Gorizia regarding advocacy and other matters.