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÷rjan Martinsson

Doges of Venice

During the Migration period were the island who would become Venice populated by people who fled from the conquering Germanic tribes. Venice was never conquered by the Langobards in the sixth and seventh centuries and it remained a Byzantine enclave in Italy. The attacks from the Langobards and also the Croats led however to the appointment of a doge (i.e. duke) in 697 to lead the defence and to rule the city. These doges were elected for life and despite attempts to make the office hereditary would Venice remain a republic throughout its independence. The ties to the Byzantine Empire where gradually weakened and from the middle of the ninth century can Venice be considered as a independent state. During the Middle age became Venice a rich merchant city and a local great power who controlled several islands and coastal regions in the Mediterranean. However, when nation states and strong empires emerged in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries was Venice age of greatness over and it was thereafter an Italian petty state among others. Finally it was annexed by Austria in 1797 as a consequence of the Napoleonic Wars.

Republic of Venice

697-717
717-726
726-737
737-741
742-755
755-756
756-764
764-787
787-804
804-810
810-827
827-829
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836-864
864-881
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888-912
912-932
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959-976
976-978
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991-1008
1008-1026
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1032
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1070-1084
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1148-1155
1155-1172
1172-1178
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1205-1229
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1252-1268
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1382
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1752-1762
1762-1763
1763-1779
1779-1789
1789-1797

1797-1805
1805-1814

Paolo Lucio Anafesto
Marcello Tegalliano
Orso Ipato
Ruled by an annually elected Magister Militum
Teodato Ipato (restored)
Galla Gaulo
Domenico Monegario
Maurizio Galbaio
Giovanni Galbaio
Obelerio Antenoreo
Angelo Participazio
Giustiniano Participazio
Giovanni I Participazio
Pietro Tradonico
Orso I Participazio
Giovanni II Participazio
Pietro I Candiano
Pietro Tribuno
Orso II Participazio
Pietro II Candiano
Pietro Participazio
Pietro III Candiano
Pietro IV Candiano
Pietro I Orseolo
Vitale Candiano
Tribuno Memmo
Pietro II Orseolo
Ottone Orseolo
Pietro Barbolano
Orso Orseleo
Domenico Orseleo
Domenico Flabanico
Domenico Contarini
Dominico Selvo
Vital Faliero de' Doni
Vital I Michele
Ordelafo Faliero
Domenico Michele
Pietro Polani
Domenico Morosini
Vital II Michele
Sebastiano Ziani
Orio Mastropiero
Enrico Dandolo
Pietro Ziani
Jacobo Tiepolo
Marino Morosini
Reniero Zeno
Lorenzo Tiepolo
Jacobo Contarini
Giovanni Dandolo
Pietro Gradenigo
Marino Zorzi
Giovanni Soranzo
Francesco Dandolo
Bartolomeo Gradenigo
Andrea Dandolo
Marino Faliero
Giovanni Gradenigo
Giovanni Delfino
Lorenzo Celsi
Marco Cornaro
Andrea Contarini
Michele Morosini
Antonio Veniero
Michele Steno
Tommaso Mocenigo
Francesco Foscari
Pasqual Malipiero
Cristoforo Moro
Nicolo Trono
Nicolo Marcello
Pietro Mocenigo
Andrea Vendramino
Giovanni Mocenigo
Marco Barbarigo
Agostin Barbarigo
Leonardo Loredano
Antonio Grimani
Andrea Gritti
Pietro Lando
Francesco Donato
Marcantonio Trivisano
Francesco Veniero
Lorenzo Priulo
Giorolamo Priulu
Pietro Loredano
Alvise Mocenigo
Sebastiano Veniero
NicolÚ da Ponte
Pasqual Cicogna
Marino Grimani
Leonardo Donato
Marcantonio Memmo
Giovanni Bembo
NicÚlo Donato
Antonio Priulo
Francesco Contarini
Giovanni Cornaro
NicÚlo Contarini
Francesco Erizzo
Francesco Molino
Carlo Contarini
Francesco Cornello
Bertuccio Valiero
Giovanni Pesaro
Domenico Contarini
NicÚlo Sagredo
Luigi Contarini
Marcantonio Giustiniani
Francesco Morosini
Silvestro Valiero
Alvise Mocenigo
Giovanni Cornaro
Sebastiano Mocenigo
Carlo Ruzzini
Alvise Pisani
Pietro Grimani
Francesco Loredano
Marco Foscarini
Alvise Giovanni Mocenigo
Paolo Reniero
Ludovico Manin

Part of Austria
Part of Italy


Kingdom of Venetia
 
1814-1835 Francesco  
1835-1848 Ferdinando  
1848-1866 Francesco Guiseppe  

Venetia is conquered by Italy 1866

= Austria = Hungary = Bohemia = Transylvania   = Lombardy