Displaying 1-12 of 12 agents.
"Referendarius" (a sort of chancellor of the Lombard court in Italy), acting as Dictator in CDL 3:40, CDL 3:41, CDL 3:43
Bishop of Freising (764-783), d. 4.5.783; name often Latinised as 'Heres'
Abbot of Scharnitz-Schlehdorf, and from 783 bishop of Freising.
Occurs as scribe in MON 1, and according to that charter to be identified with namesake in FRE 28, 34, 45, 75 & 77.
Notary, acting as "Dictator" in CDL 3:44
Notary, acting as Dictator in FAR 2:171
Gastald <of Rieti>, dictator in CDL 4a:26 (and others). Judicial authority in CDL 4a:29. Scribe in CDL 4a:30. Oath-swearer in CDL 4a:35. Variants: Dagarius; Dagari
Notary, acting as Dictator in CDL 3:42
Reatine Gastald from 766 and 768-771 (in dating clauses from CDL 5:54 onwards). Donor in CDL 5:60, CDL 5:100 and in DKAR 1:171
Reatine gastald, mentioned in dating clauses and in a couple of notarial subscriptions of some Farfa charters in 792/793-801 and acting as witness and donor up to 817. In contrast with Costambeys, we have to distinguish this agent from the homonymous gastald (id. 5732) whose career as public official, though not without interruption, can be retraced back to 766. While the first gastald is said to be son of Taciperga and married with Hilciperga in 773 and 786 (CDL 5:60 and CDL 5:100), Hilderic (II)'s wife is Sinda, as we can read in a charter of 814 (“Anno imperii domni Ludogvici .I. et Bernardi regis Langobardorum .II”), where “Hildericus castaldius unacum Sinda coniuge mea” receives back "in precariam" from the abbot of Farfa a "curtis" located "in massa Interocrina" that was previously donated to the monastery.
Notary, acting as "dictator" in CRE 4
Granter in MON 1 & 4; probable ID with namesake in FRE 74; REG 4; PAS 6, 9 & 10
Dictator of ENN 2:2