Confirmation/renewal of grants1145
initiator: Pope Lucius III
recipient: Oddo Beritensis episcopus
text: Sept. 5. Verona. Pope Lucius III takes Oddo Beritensis episcopus and the church of Beirut under papal protection and confirms its possessions, saving any rights the archbishop of Tyre might have. He specifies: the church of Iuuenia; the chapels of St Nicholas, St Laurence, St George, St Barbara, St Michael in mari, and St Simon; the chapel that the Maronites hold with the permission of the church of Beirut and the land next to it; the tithes of Beirut and all its territory, inhabited by Greeks, Latins and other nations; parochial rights in the city and all the diocese; a house in the city in which W., the brother of the bishop, lives; houses inhabited by W. Eraldus, M. cantor, W. Pibort, Boninus and Iocelinus; all the stationes around the bishop’s house, a house of 2 storeys [fabrice superiorem et inferiorem] with 2 stationes; 2 stationes beyond the public way; a house adjoining the house of the canons, who pay an annual census of 5 besants to the bishop; houses inhabited by Iohannes Karoe, Poteria, Maria, with a garden and a mill; 2 gardens and an oven given by the same Maria; an oven outside the church and two horse-mills [molendina equorum]; gardens in the city next to the castle, outside the walls near the castle, next to the cemetery - it is a small one - before the Turris Comitis, in front of the postern, and occupied by Girardus subdiaconus with land adjoining; Bozara and Bohadide; the land and vineyards of Meidan and there also the vineyard of Petrus de Platea, the vineyard of Mimas, the vineyard of turris Iosyane; in the same place a vineyard held by the same Petrus with his wife; the land of Massara; the land of Coshinum with the whole mountain; the land next to the wood; the vineyards and land of Iohannes Karoe; the vineyard in the ditch [below] the tomb [fovea] and the tower; the labour of 2 beasts of burden [iumenti] a day on the woodland near the city; a water mill; and from the woodland the right to necessary timber, stakes [pali] for the vineyards and wood for other uses; the casalia of Bahadun, Thesenia, Musdelia, Besamum, Aramun and Tordela with 2 gastinae, half of the casalia of Quadrum, Salamor, Bisansoim together with their villani; the gastina worked by Ieremia; and the vineyard held by Terricus diaconus.
Sept. 5. Verona. Pope Lucius III takes Oddo Beritensis episcopus and the church of Beirut under papal protection and confirms its possessions, saving any rights the archbishop of Tyre might have. He specifies: the church of Iuuenia; the chapels of St Nicholas, St Laurence, St George, St Barbara, St... more
sources: Hiestand, PK, pp. 303-5, no. 127