1225 Earliest document mentioning the Regole
1235 Earliest Statutes of Cadore
1237 Earliest document of the Regola of Falzarego
1338 The Statute of Cadore becomes effective
1356 Earliest Laudo of the Regola of Falzarego and Ambrizola
1363 Earliest Laudo of the Regola of Lareto
1415 The Regola of Lareto acquires Lerosa and Intravenanzes
1420 End of Aquileia patriarchate. Ampezzo under the rule of Venice. Second Laudo of Lareto
1444 Second Laudo of Ambrizola
1471 Border demarcation with Marebbe
1475 Earliest Laudi of the Regole Basse
1511 Botestagno is conquered. Ampezzo pays homage to emperor Maximilian
1521 Treaty of Worms: Ampezzo is given to Austria
1523 Ferdinand I ratifies Ampezzo Statutes
1582-1589 Border demarcation with San Vito
1752 Border demarcation with Auronzo and SanVito
1806 Ampezzo and Tyrol under Bavaria
1810 Ampezzo is given to Napoleon reign
1813 Ampezzo back to Austria
1853 Austria cancels grazing and wood gathering rights
1887 "Meeting" between the Regole and the Town Council
1915 Cortina is occupied by Italian troops
1917 The Austrians are back to Cortina
1918 Ampezzo is occupied by the Italian troops and becomes part of the Reign of Italy
1923 Royal Decree (30th Dec, 1923; no. 3267)
1950 The ASCoBA is founded: a special association for the temporary management of agricultural, sylvan, and pastoral properties.
1957-59 Transactions between the Regole and the Town Council of Cortina d’Ampezzo. The historical patrimony of forests and pasturelands goes back to the Regole
1971 Law on the mountains (3rd Oct, 1971; no 1102)
1972 Official opening of the Ciasa de ra Regoles (2nd July, 1972)
1973 Cancellation of the ASCoBA
1975 Regional law (3rd May, 1975; no 48): amendment concerning the temporary tourist use of the Regole’s property.
1985 Laudo currently in force
1990 The Park of the Ampezzo Dolomites is created over part of the territory of the Regole
(r.l. 22nd Mar, 1990; no21)
1994 Law on the mountains (31st Jan, 1994; no 97)
1996 Regional law (19th Aug, 1996; no 26) reorganization of the Regole
2017 Italian Law (20th Nov, 2017, no 168). Provisions on collective ownership.
"Their way of living and interacting,
that is understanding and performing their political, financial, and social relationships,
is something the people of Ampezzo have been building over centuries of experience.
Unfortunately, experience is an asset that cannot be passed on nor synthetically reproduced."