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The sub-project 'Iberia Pontificia', in which external scholars are also involved, explores the relations of the papacy with the historical landscapes of Spain and Portugal up to the year 1198. For this purpose, all charters and other written news on contacts with the papacy are processed in the form of registers for each bishopric.

Iberia Pontificia

The Academies project encompasses work on the Iberia Pontificia, specifically the bishoprics of Astorga, Ávila, Burgos, Calahorra, Ciudad Rodrigo, Coria, León, Oviedo, Palencia, Pamplona, Plasencia, Salamanca, Segovia, Sigüenza, Tarazona and Zamora.

Dioecesis Abulensis (F. Engel)
Published 2016 as Iberia Pontificia IV (together with Coria, Ciudad Rodrigo, Palsencia and Salamanca).

Dioecesis Asturicensis (S. Domínguez Sánchez and D. Berger)
Published 2019 as Iberia Pontificia V (together with Oviedo).

Dioecesis Burgensis (D. Berger)
Published 2012 as Iberia Pontifica I.

Dioecesis Calagurritana (F. Engel)
Published 2022 as Iberia Pontificia VI (together with Pamplona and Tarazona).

Dioecesis Legionensis (S. Domínguez Sánchez with D. Berger)
Published 2013 as Iberia Pontificia II.

Dioecesis Palentina (D. Berger)
Published 2015, reprint 2021 as Iberia Pontificia III.

Dioecesis Pampilonensis (Thomas Czerner)
Published 2022 as Iberia Pontificia VI (together with Calahorra and Tarazona).

Dioecesis Salmanticensis, Cauriensis, Civitatensis, Placentia (J. L. Martín Martín with F. Engel)
Published 2016 as Iberia Pontificia IV (together with Ávila).

Dioeceses Segobiensis et Seguntina (D. Berger)
Published 2024 as Iberia Pontificia VIII.

Dioecesis Tirasonensis (F. Engel)
Published 2022 as Iberia Pontificia VI (together with Calahorra and Pamplona).

Dioecesis Zamorensis (S. Domínguez Sánchez, F. Engel, J. L. Martín Martín)
erschienen 2024 als Iberia Pontificia IX.

Hispania Romana et Visigothica (C. Knie, S. Panzram, L. Livorsi, R. Selvaggi)
erschienen 2022 als Iberia Pontificia VII.



The Academy project is working closely with a research enterprise funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science. The following researchers are involved in the project coordinated by Prof. Dr. Fernando López Alsina (Santiago de Compostela) entitled 'El Papado y sus relaciones con la sociedad y los reinos de la Península Ibérica (ss. VIII-XIII): protagonistas, tipos de contactos, problemas y consecuencias integradoras (I)':

  • Prof. Dr. Fernando López Alsina (Santiago de Compostela)
  • Prof. Dr. Cristina Cunha (Porto)
  • Prof. Dr. María João Branco (Lissabon)
  • Prof. Dr. José Luis Martín Martín (Salamanca)
  • Prof. Dr. Eduardo López Pereira (La Coruña)
  • Prof. Dr. José Manuel Diáz de Bustamante (Santiago de Compostela)
  • Dr. Luis Miguel de la Cruz Herranz (Madrid)

The following researchers in Germany are associated with the project:

  • Prof. Dr. Klaus Herbers (Erlangen)
  • Dr. Daniel Berger (Göttingen)
  • Dr. Andreas Holndonner (Erlangen)
  • Frank Engel, M. A. (Göttingen/Bonn)
  • Thomas Czerner, M. A. (Göttingen/Hannover)

Further cooperation exists with the project Corpus Documentale Latinum Gallaeciae (CODOLGA), which makes the Latin-language medieval historiography of Galicia accessible as a digital text corpus.