Pilgrim I (archbishop of Salzburg)
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In 908, Pilgrim receievd the royal curtis of Salzburghofen and the saltworks at Reichenzell from King Louis the Child. He later served as archchaplain and archchancellor under Conrad I (911–17).
- Eldevik 2012, p. 126.
- Eldevik, John (2012). Episcopal Power and Ecclesiastical Reform in the German Empire: Tithes, Lordship and Community, 950–1150. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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