Raffelstetten Customs Regulations (Raffelstettener Zollordnung), between 903 and 905 a meeting (Taiding) took place in Raffelstetten (in the municipality of Asten, Upper Austria) situated between Linz and Enns, presided over by Margrave Aribo. In the course of this meeting 41 nobles were made to testify about the customs duties delivered for trade on the River Danube in the territory of the Tres Comitatus ("Dreigrafschaften") stretching from the Passauer Wald Area to the Vienna Woods. The easternmost customs stations were at Rosdorf (exact location unknown, in the Aschacher Becken basin), at Linz, near Enns, near the Rodl river and at Riedmark, on the Lower Austrian course of the Ybbs river and at Mautern; merchants were Bavarians, Slavs and Jews and they traded in slaves, cattle, salt, honey and wax.
Literature: printed in: Monumenta Germaniae Historica, Legum Sectio II, Capitularia regnum Francorum 2/1, 1890, no. 253; P. Johanek, Die Raffelstettener Zollordnung und das Urkundenwesen der Karolingerzeit, in: Festschrift für B. Schwineköper, 1982.