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Charter: Urkundenbuch zur Geschichte der Bischöfe zu Speyer, ed. Remling, 1852 (Google data)  118
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105. Ulrich II. bischof von Speyer bestatiget dem kloster Adel- berg dessen hochstiftliche besitzungen. Kestenburg, 1180.
Source Regest: Urkundenbuch zur Geschichte der Bischöfe zu Speyer, Nr. 118, S. 130
 

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      In nomine sancte et individue Trinitatis. Ego Udalricus frater Spirensis ecclesie fratribus in Adelberg in perpetuum. Quod intuitu pietatis sit, sic cautela muniendum est, ut de cetero calumniantibus oportunitas iniuriandi abscindatur. Huius propter speciem racionis ad presencium posterorumque no- ticiam transmittimus, quod ego Udalricus frater Spirensis ecclesie episcopus cum consensu decani Udalrici et tocius chori et advocati, fratribus in Adelberc Deo servientibus ratum decrevimus permanere, quicquid illis in agris, in vineis, sive in alio quocunque, ad ius nostre ecclesie perti- nens, collatum fuerit et pro signo et recognicione dominii nobis et post successoribus nostris quotannis ad festum sancti Galli duos bottos donari. Ne auteni istiusmodi nostri facti donacio postmodum infringi attemptetur, auctoritate nostra- rum literarum ct impressione sigilli nostri rem confirmamus.

       
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