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Dogi della Repubblica di Venezia / Doges of Venice

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  • Domenicus Michael, 35th Doge of Venice (b. - 1130)
    DOMENICO Michieli (-1130, bur San Giorgio). Andrea Dandulo´s Chronicon Venetum records the succession of "Dominicus Michaël dux" in 1117[159]. Andrea Navagiero´s Storia della Repub...
  • Vitalis I Micheal, 33rd Doge of Venice (1075 - 1101)
    VITALE Michieli I (-1101). "Dominicus Sylvius…dux…Petrus filius Petri Michaeli, Vitalis frater eius" witnessed the charter dated Apr 1075 which records the sale of property by the abbot o...
  • Domenicus Mauroceno, 37th Doge of Venice (deceased)
    (Lat) Eudem Bazedam Istrico bello præfuisse Dandulus memorat. Marius Beceda tunc Capitaneus, sed ut hæc Vitalis Michæl Dux Venet 1156 (En) Formerly the war Istrian Bazedam ruled,...
  • Vitalis II Michael, 38th Doge of Venice (1145 - 1172)
    VITALE Michieli II (-1172, bur San Zaccheria). Andrea Dandulo´s Chronicon Venetum records the succession of "Vitalis Michaël secundus dux" in 1156. Andrea Navagiero´s Storia dell...
  • Alvise Contarini, 106th Doge of Venice (1601 - 1684)
    Alvise Contarini (October 24, 1601 – January 15, 1684) was the 106th Doge of Venice, reigning from his election on August 26, 1676 until his death seven and a half years later. He was the eigh...

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Seventh century (1)

  • Paolo Lucio Anafesto (697–717)

Eighth century (2-8)

  • Marcello Tegalliano (717–726)
  • Orso Ipato (726–737) assassinated perhaps at the instigation of Eutychius, Exarch of Ravenna
  • Dominicus Leono Abrogatis - duke magistrate equivalent - Brief Interregnum (737–742) ref. Ducalis Regia Lararium, 1659, Elogia P. D. Leo Matina
  • Teodato Ipato (742–755) deposed, blinded, and exiled
  • Galla Gaulo (755–756) deposed, blinded, and exiled
  • Domenico Monegario (756–764) deposed, blinded, and exiled
  • Maurizio Galbaio (764–787)
  • Giovanni Galbaio (787–804) fled to Mantua in 803 with family, where they all probably died

Ninth century (9-17)

  • Obelerio Antenoreo (804–811) exiled, attempted to return to power, killed & head displayed in the market
  • Agnello Participazio (811–827) forced into exile at Zara by his eldest son Giustiniano
  • Giustiniano Participazio (827–829)
  • Giovanni I Participazio (829–837) arrested, and tonsured (head shaved like monk)
  • Pietro Tradonico (837–864) assassinated, although in this case his successor arrested and executed the assassins
  • Orso I Participazio (864–881)
  • Giovanni II Participazio (881–887) resigned due to poor health
  • Pietro I Candiano (887–888) killed in open battle while invading the Narentines
  • Pietro Tribuno (888–912)

Tenth century (18-26)

Eleventh century (27-33)

  • Otto Orseolo (1009–1026) arrested, beard shaved, and banished to Constantinople for nepotism. He was the father of King Peter Urseolo of Hungary
  • Pietro Barbolano (1026–1032) abdicated under heavy pressure to reinstate Otto Orseolo
  • Domenico Flabanico (1032–1043)
  • Domenico Contarini (1043–1071)
  • Domenico Selvo (1071–1084) deposed peacefully to a monastery because of naval defeat, died three years later
  • Vitale Faliero (1084–1096)
  • Vitale I Michiel (1096–1102)

Twelfth century (34-41)

Thirteenth century (35-49)

  • Pietro Ziani (1205–1229)
  • Jacopo Tiepolo (1229–1249)
  • Marino Morosini (1249–1252)
  • Reniero Zeno (1252–1268)
  • Lorenzo Tiepolo (1268–1275)
  • Jacopo Contarini (1275–1280)
  • Giovanni Dandolo (1280–1289)
  • Pietro Gradenigo (1289–1311)

Fourteenth century (50-62)

  • Marino Zorzi (1311–1312)
  • Giovanni Soranzo (1312–1328)
  • Francesco Dandolo (1328–1339)
  • Bartolomeo Gradenigo (1339–1342)
  • Andrea Dandolo (1342–1354)
  • Marino Faliero (1354–1355) – convicted of treason, executed and condemned to damnatio memoriae
  • Giovanni Gradenigo (1355–1356)
  • Giovanni Dolfin (1356–1361)
  • Lorenzo Celsi (1361–1365)
  • Marco Cornaro (1365–1367)
  • Andrea Contarini (1367–1382)
  • Michele Morosini (1382–1382)
  • Antonio Venier (1382–1400)

Fifteenth century (63-74)

  • Michele Steno (1400–1413)
  • Tommaso Mocenigo (1413–1423)
  • Francesco Foscari (1423–1457) – forced to abdicate by the Council of Ten
  • Pasquale Malipiero (1457–1462)
  • Cristoforo Moro (1462–1471)
  • Nicolo Tron (1471–1473)
  • Nicolo Marcello (1473–1474)
  • Pietro Mocenigo (1474–1476)
  • Andrea Vendramin (1476–1478)
  • Giovanni Mocenigo (1478–1485)
  • Marco Barbarigo (1485–1486)
  • Agostino Barbarigo (1486–1501)

Sixteenth century (74-89)

  • Leonardo Loredan (1501–1521)
  • Antonio Grimani (1521–1523)
  • Andrea Gritti
  • Pietro Lando (1538–1545)
  • Francesco Donato (1545–1553)
  • Marcantonio Trivisan (1553–1554)
  • Francesco Venier (1554–1556)
  • Lorenzo Priuli (1556–1559)
  • Girolamo Priuli (1559–1567)
  • Pietro Loredan (1567–1570)
  • Alvise I Mocenigo (1570–1577)
  • Sebastiano Venier (1577–1578)
  • Nicolò da Ponte (1578–1585)
  • Pasqual Cicogna (1585–1595)
  • Marino Grimani (1595–1606)

Seventeenth century (90-110)

  • Leonardo Donato (1606–1612)
  • Marcantonio Memmo (1612–1615)
  • Giovanni Bembo (1615–1618)
  • Nicolò Donato (1618–1618)
  • Antonio Priuli (1618–1623)
  • Francesco Contarini (1623–1624)
  • Giovanni I Cornaro (1624–1630)
  • Nicolò Contarini (1630–1631)
  • Francesco Erizzo (1631–1646)
  • Francesco Molin (1646–1655)
  • Carlo Contarini (1655–1656)
  • Francesco Cornaro (1656–1656)
  • Bertuccio Valiero (1656–1658)
  • Giovanni Pesaro (1658–1659)
  • Domenico II Contarini (1659–1674)
  • Nicolò Sagredo (1674–1676)
  • Alvise Contarini (1676–1683)
  • Marcantonio Giustinian (1683–1688)
  • Francesco Morosini (1688–1694)
  • Silvestro Valiero (1694–1700)
  • Alvise II Mocenigo (1700–1709)

Eighteenth century (111-120)