The yearwhich gathered the most followers, was chosen because of the estimate dating of the return of the ruler of Moldavia, Stephen the Great, to vassalage towards the king of Hungary, Matthias Corvinus.
A document from 26 July regarding the clarification of the status of a village neighbouring the castle of Ciceu, which we edit in the appendix, allows us to date the donation of the Ciceu estate in the summer of Cetatea de Baltă was to play the role of a refuge place when necessity would arise. Also in King Matthias awarded Stephen the Great with all the royal revenues from the two estates.
According to some fiscal records of the royal treasury from —, these royal revenues amounted to about florins, of which approximately florins represented the one florin tax, while the rest were collected from the so-called lucrum camerae tax paid by the Hungarian serfs and from the quinquagesima of the Romanian serfs. In King Vladislaus II confirmed the possession of the ruler of Moldavia through a new donation, meant to keep Stephen the Great as his vassal.