Vice Cathedral Office Aschaffenburg
The Vitztumamt Aschaffenburg or Vizedomamt Aschaffenburg was an administrative unit in Kurmainz with its seat in Aschaffenburg . The Vizedom of Aschaffenburg stood at the head of this administrative area .
The office of the Vizedom had historically been a court office . Since the tenure of Adalbert I of Saarbrücken , i.e. from around 1120, it had become a territorial office. A Vizedom of Aschaffenburg was first documented in 1122. The Vizedomamt Aschaffenburg was the organizational form of the Kurmainzer rule over the area around Main, Tauber, Spessart and Odenwald that developed in the 13th and 14th centuries. Kurmainz had acquired local rulership rights in this area since Carolingian times. In an effort to consolidate the rulership, there were conflicts in particular with the Counts of Rieneck , who had accumulated extensive property in this area. The long-lasting conflict that lasted until 1271 was ultimately decided in favor of Kurmainz. As a result, Hanau was the archbishop's main competitor in this area.
In addition to these major competitors, there were a number of local claims and rights that Mainz was able to acquire step by step. The Archbishop's Jurisdictional Book of 1576 under Archbishop Brendel von Homburg described the full sovereign power. The result was a largely uniform area in terms of rule, but still interspersed with a number of predominantly aristocratic islands.
Until 1669 there was a chamber district in the Vizedomamt. The cellar of the Vizedomamt Aschaffenburg was first mentioned in 1322. In 1669 a Bachgau winery was established for Kleinostheim , Mainaschaff and Dettingen . In 1686 the Oberkellerei Aschaffenburg established a winery for Heimbuchenthal and Rothenbuch .
With the reform of offices in 1772, the judiciary and the chamber system were separated. A new winery was created in Kaltenberg for this purpose . From 1773 the office of the Vizedom was no longer occupied.
Vice cathedral in Aschaffenburg
- from Warmund (1122)
- from Wigand (1131)
- Conrad of Waldenburg (1189)
- Conrad von Besenbach (1222)
- Heinrich von Budenheim (1227)
- from Stocar (1260)
- by Sibold (1267)
- of Gozo (1271)
- from Duren (1275)
- Eberhard von Uffenheim (1285)
- Henricius (1290)
- Rogue (1291)
- from Wede (1300)
- Hermann von Schelm (1308)
- Wolfgang von Praunheim (1324)
- Joh. Von Rockenburg (1326)
- from Bilmar (1333)
- Eberhard von Fechenbach (1344)
- from Lundorf (1350)
- from Altheim (1360)
- Eberhard von Fechenbach (1361)
- from Hirschhorn (1398)
- from Hofheim (1400)
- Hamanus Echter von Mespelbrunn (1419)
- Dieter II. Landschad von Steinach (1420)
- Third Chamberlain of Worms (1425)
- Philipp von Hirschhorn (1432)
- Peter von Rosenbach (1435)
- Martin von Forstmeister (1438)
- Conrad von Bickenbach (1439)
- Joh. Von Erlenbach
- Eberhard von Riedern (1458)
- Philipp Schenk zu Erbach
- Eberhard von Epstein (1458)
- Johann VII of Kronberg
- Oswald von Groschlag zu Dieburg (1518)
- Melchior von Graenroth (1550) († June 20, 1578)
- from Gerstenroth (1584)
- Hartmuth von Cronberg (1578–1598)
- Philipp von Hoheneck (1618-)
- Gerhard von Waldenburg (1638-)
- Joh.Reinhard von Hoheneck (1672)
- Melchior Friedrich Count of Schönborn-Buchheim (1672–1700)
- Friedrich Melchior von Schönborn (1717)
- Rudolf Franz Erwein von Schönborn (-1733)
- Joseph Franz Bonaventura Kilian Count von Schönborn-Wiesentheid (1756–1773)
- The Electoral Tailoring is also described in the literature as the official seat of the Vizedomamt Aschaffenburg.
- Günter Christ and Georg May: Archbishopric and Archdiocese of Mainz territorial and ecclesiastical structures, Volume 6.2 of the Handbuch der Mainz Kirchengeschichte, 1997, ISBN 3429018773 , p. 113 ff.
- This cannot be Eberhard II von Eppstein-Königstein , who died in 1443.
- Johann Friedrich Gauhe: Des Heil. Rom. Reichs Genealogisch-Historisches Adels-Lexicon, Zweyter Theil; Entry: Gränrodt, Gränrodt, Grorodt , Leipzig 1740, p. 3092
- Stephan Behlen, Joseph Merkel: History and description of Aschaffenburg and the Spessart, 1843, pp. 168–169, online
- Chur-Mayntzischer Stands- und Staats-Schematismus: or rather a detailed titular book, sambtlicher des high Ertz-Stifft spiritual and secular, civil and military members, dicasteries, with their sessions, and holidays, senior and senior staff members too Cellar yen ec. each with his Praedicat in ..., 1743, pp. 61–64, online