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prisoner, and having compelled him to pay a large sum by way
of ransom, he liberated him and expelled him with great dishonour,

121 1. In 121 1 Gilberto Querini was sent to colonise Candia. In 1233

1233. Leonardo Querini, with twenty-five galleys, of which lie was captain,
proceeded against Giovanni Vatazzo, Prince of Lesbo, who, having



DA LEZZE [DA LEGGE). 91

been joined by the Emperor of Trebisonda, attempted to occupy
Constantinople. But Leonardo routed tlieir armies and raised the
siege, and at the same time Giovanni Michiel with sixteen galleys
gained an honourable victory over Vatazzo, destroying his fleet
1242. in the Great Sea.f In 1242 the same Leonardo, with Marco Gussoni^
both captains and possessed of equal authority, was sent again
with twenty-five galleys against Vatazzo in favour of Giovanni
Balduino, King of Jerusalem and Governor of Constantinople. They
came to blows with Giovanni Gavala, Captain General of the Grecian
army, in the Straits of the Hellespont, and h.iving routed it, entered
the city of Constantinople in triumph, where they were received
1241. with great honour. In 1241 he led the fleet, as captain, in company
with Zuanne Tiepolo, son of the Doge Giacomo, § in favour of the
Genoese against the Emperor Federico, who had with him one
1252. hundred galleys. In 1252 Marco Querini was the first Podesta of
Padua. He wrested that city from the hands of E'ccelin da Romano
1263. and his brother Alberico, who had tyrannized over it. In 1263,
while Nicol6 Querini was Bailo in the city of Acre, Syria, Andrea
Barozzi, with fifty galleys, took possession of it on behalf of the
1292. Genoese. In 1292 Maffio Querini with ten galleys attacked the
1296. Genoese at Cyprus, and burnt many of their ships. In 1296
Nicolo Querini of the Casa Mazzor was made Captain General
of sixty galleys against the Genoese. He came to blows
with thirty of the enemy's galleys near Sicily, and pursued
them to the port of Genoa, but owing to the tempestuous
state of the sea was compelled to return to Venice. In

t Query, the Sea of Maimoia or the ^gcan.

§ This must be an error. Jacopo Tiepolo was Doge in 1 241. See Venice, by
Augustus Hare, 3rd edition, p. 7.

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92 DA LEZZE {DA LEGGE).

1297. 1297 Maffio Queriiii, in command of galleys under Andrea

1304. Dandolo, was killed in action with the Genoese. In 1304 Nicol6
Querini, surnamed Turin, gained much honour in the taking of the
city of Ferrara, to which he elected Giovanni Soranzo as Podesta,

1381. an appointment confirmed by the Senate. In 1381 Paulo Querini,
captain of galleys, accompanied the Doge Andrea Contarini for the

1448. purpose of the recovery of Chiozza. In 1448 Pietro Querini, ac-
companied by Zuaiine Nani, Francesco Mocenigo, Francesco Boccole,
and Francesco Foscolo, each having armed a galley at his own
expense, went to the assistance of the King of Cj'prus in an attack
upon the city of Famagosta, they by sea and he with his army
on land. After thirty days' fighting, and the assault upon the city,
which was in the hands of the Genoese, being unavailing, Pietro
Querini and his companions departed in search of the captain-general,
Vettor Pisani, who joining them with thirty galleys, they sailed
towards Zara with the object of meeting the Genoese fleet, which
was in port and declined to come out. Thereupon Pisani, continuing
his course, took the cities of Cattaro, Trau, Sebenico, and Arbe.

1448. In 1448 Andrea Querini was captain of the fleet against PVancesco

1462. Sforza, Duke of Milan. In 1462 Cauro Querini, a lawyer and public
philosopher, wrote treatises upon the punishment of Jews, the ad-
ministration of numbers, and the introduction of the holy language.

1 501. In 1 501 Francesco Querini became a monk of the Order of Capuchins.
He dedicated to Pope Leon X. of the house of Medici many treatises

1504. against infidels. In 1504 Vicenzo Querini was sent in the name
of the Republic as ambassador extraordinary to Ferdinand, King
of Spain, to condole with him on the death of his Queen. At the
same time he journeyed to Tiandra in order to convey to the king,
Philip, son of the Emperor Maximilian, the congratulations of the



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Republic upon his accession to the throne of Spain, left to him by
his mother-in-law, Queen Elizabeth of Castile. But he departed the
next year, incensed at the conduct of Maximilian, who hated the
Republic for refusing him passage to Rome in order to be crowned
1563. as king. In 1563 he wrote a description of his voyage to the East

1568. Indies. In 1568 Marco Querini was captain of Golfo, and sailing
towards La Puglia he seized two galleys manned by pirates, liberating
100 Christian slaves and beheading 300 Turks. During the time
that he held this office he distinguished himself by capturing more
than eight of the enemy's galleys, and was rewarded in the following

1569. year by promotion to be Proveditor General of the army. In [569
Marco Antonio Querini, '' Sopracomito " of galleys, fighting under

1570. Novegradi in Dalmatia, was killed by the Turks. In 1570 another
Marco Antonio, who succeeded Pietro Tron as captain of the guard
in Candia, was sent with a fleet to assist in the siege of Famagosta.

1 57 1. In the following year Vicenzo Querini was in command of a galley
12 14. in the same fleet. It should be also noted that in 12 14 Polo Querini,

who bore for arms the afore-mentioned Or, a fess azure with three

lilies or, was Duke of Candia, where he married and remained to

colonise the kingdom. Marin, Giacomo, and Anzolo Querini of the

1252. quarter of Castello, were sent to Candia in 1252 for the same

purpose. The Querini were members of the Great Council.
1205. In 1205 Otton Querini was one of those who elected the

Count Balduino of Fiandra Emperor of Constantinople. This family
has produced many knights and ambassadors at all the courts of
Europe.

Patkiakchs.
In 1230 Leonardo Querini was Patriarch of Grado.
In 1368 Francesco Querini, of the same.



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Bishops.
In 1250 Giovanni Querini was Bishop of Ferrara.
In 1274 Borg"'" Ouerini was Bishop.

Procurators of S. Marco.

1382. Francesco.

1420. Beitucci.

1652. Polio.

1669. Geo"" (with salary).

1684. Polo (with salary).



I2SS-


Marin Querini.


1279.


Pietro.


1302.


Marco.


1315-


Nicol6.


1346.


Turiio.



A dau. of Bernardo da Lcgge married Francesco
Delfin {^See pp. 42, 43). :



697.

1211.
1252.

1646.



A dau. of Lorenzo da Legge married Vicenzo R/linotto

(See pp. 46-48).

A dau. of Giovanni da Legge married iviarin Badoer

(See pp. 37-39)-
Pietro da Legge, son of Francesco, married a dau. of

IVIarin Barozzi.

The Barozzi came from Torcello, and were called Barbolini.
They were amongst the twelve Tribunes of the Islands who with
others elected the first Doge in 697. Andrea Barozzi, captain of
fifty galleys, in company with a large Genoese fleet, took the city
of Acre in Syria. In 121 1 Marin Barozzi of the quarter of S. Marco
and Pancratia of S. Polo were sent to colonise Candia, and in 1252
Andrea Barozzi of S. Marco was there for the same purpose. After
the invasion of Candia by the Turks in 1646 the members of the




BAROZZI,

pp. 34, 95.





ZANCARIOLO-pp. 95. 96.





lluplralirin li, IliK f'riiiiily iil IIb Lh;-

' To fRce p. 94.



DA LEZZE {DA LEGGE). 95

family who were there returned to Venice. The Barozzi were
members of the Great Council.

Patriarchs.

In I2II Angelo Barozzi was Patriarch of Grade.
In 1465 Giovanni Barozzi, Bishop of Bergamo, was Patriarch
of Venice,

1532. Girolamo da Legge, son of Francesco, married 1st a dau.

of Giovanni IVlalipiero {See pp. 69, 70), and 2nd a dau. of
IVIarco Zancariolo.

The Zancarioli were descended from the German Zolerem.

There were two brothers, Mainardo and Corado. The former

migrated to the regions of Trivisana, and from him sprang the

959. Counts of Cossalto in 959. The latter went to Rome, and founded

the house of Colonna. He built a castle and called it Zolerem of

Germany. Hence he became known in his principality as Zolemola

or Zagarola, which in course of time became Zancancoli.

1002. Members of this family came to Venice in 1002, and were

elected to the Council in the time when Pietro Orseolo 2''°t was

991. Doge from 991 to 1009. In 121 1 Michiel Zancariol, of the quarter

121 1. of S. Marco, and again in 1222 Giacomo, of the quarter of

1222. S. Julian, were sent to colonise Candia. The latter took with him

cavalry and 800 lire. Julian Zancariol, of S. Marina accompanied

1252. them with a troop and a half of cavalry and 600 lire. In 1252

Zuanne of S. Maria Nova with two troops of cavalr}' went there

for the same purpose. Their arms were Per pale gules, a chief

azure with a fess or ; azure, three fesses wavy or. These they

t This must be an error. Ottone Orseolo was Doge at the time.



96 DA LEZZE (DA LEGGE).

afterwards changed to Per pale argent, three fesses wavy, gules ;
and gules, a chief azure with a fess or. To these were added the
lilies by a grant of Pope Paulo III., of the house of Farnese, who
also knighted them. Henrico Zancariol was Bishop of Malamoco,
and Paulo was a commander of galleys in the fleet of Renier
Dandolo. Nicolo and Francesco, Knts., one of whom gave proof
of great valour, were in the battle at Lepanto against the Turks
1 57 1. in 1 571. The Zancarioli were members of the Great Council.

A dau. of Girolamo da Leggc married Baldissera

Friuli (PPriuli) {See pp. 40, 41).

A dau. of Girolamo da Legge married ist Alessandro
Tagliapictra, and 2nd Benedetto Lippomano.

The Tagliapietri were natives of Rovigno in Istria, where they

1 200. were sculptors. They were possessed of wealth, and coming to

1211. Venice were made members of the Council before 1200. In 121 1

1381. Giacomo Tagliapietra was sent to Candia. In 1381 Nadal

Tagliapietra and Antonio his son, of Santa Tosca, offered themselves

together with another family to go at their own expense at the

head of the army to Chiozza till the end of the war. They paid

forty bowmen 8 ducats each a month, and granted a loan of

1000 golden ducats. He was elected on the Council of One

Hundred in the same year. Of this house was the blessed Countess

Tagliapictra. They were members of the Great Council.

Lippomano or Lipamano.

503. Gabriel Lipamano, enriched by his ancestor Steffano, who

908. discovered a great treasure in 503, came from Negroponte in 908.



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LIPPAMANO OR LIPAMANO,

pp. 96, 97.





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BUONI OR BON,

pp. 97, 98.




riliiRtratinii In llie Faiully dI Ma \,n/:/.a.

To face p 96



DA LEZZE {DA LEGGE). 97

The family arrived in Venice at the time when the Signoria presided
over the city of Salonichi. Polo Lipamano, being advanced in years,
offered to send two of his nephews, Zuanne and Philip, brothers,
with a companion, to the army before Chiozza at their own expense
until the end of the war. He himself contributed iioo lire and the
pay of sixty bowmen at 8 ducats each a month. At the end of
1381. the war in 1381 he was elected on to the Council of One Hundred,
1431. Andrea Contarini being Doge at the time. In 1431 Marco Lipamano
was one of the eight ambassadors sent by the Republic to con-
gratulate Pope Eugene IV., of the noble Venetian house of
1574. Condulmier, on his election. In 1574 Henrico III., King of Poland,
passing by Treviso on his succeeding to the throne of France by
the death of his brother Carlo IX., was received by Bortolamio
Lipamano, Podesti of that city, whom he knighted. Gerolemo
Lipamano was ambassador to Henrico III. in Poland. He attended
an audience of the king in great pomp and surrounded by his court,
and was considered to surpass in sumptuousness all the other
ambassadors. At the banquet of the ambassadors to celebrate the
coronation of the king, the richness of his attire and jewels could
be compared with none except those of the French ambassador.
Upon the king's arrival at Venice the Republic appointed forty
noblemen to wait upon him, amongst whom were Nicol6 and Paulo
Lipamano. This house has produced many generals, senators, and
knights, and they were members of the Great Council.



A dau. of Francesco da Legge married ist Giovanni
Antonio Bon, and 2nd Grcgorio Tizzamano.*

The Buoni or Boni were country-born, and were called Dalle
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98 DA LEZZE {DA LEGGE).

Fornase. Their arms were Argent, two bends gules. f They after-
wards received the name of l^oni. This was, no doubt, on account
of the character for goodness wliich tlicy bore, and for which tlicy

1 149. were elected 011 the Council in 1149, Domenico iMorosini being
Doge at the time. 13ortolamio Bon of S. Maria Formosa was sent

1222. to colonise Candia in 1222. In 1205 Simion Bon was one of the

1205. forty who elected Pietro Ziani as Doge. The arms then borne by
the family were Or, a chief azure indented. For the good deeds
done by Alvise dalle Fornase in the taking of Chiozza from the

1381. Genoese in 1381, they were elected members of the Council.
Henceforth the name Dalle Fornase was dropped, and Alvise,
instead of the arms of tiie Fornase, took those of the Buoni, who
were afterwards called Dai Biri. The Buoni were members of the
Great Council.

A dau. of Francesco da Legge married Giovanni
Rimondo.

The Rimondi were merchants of Abruzzo. Owing to their
long residence in Venice they were elected members of the Council
1297. in 1297. With the Sanudi, Falieri, and Clirani they built the church
699. of S. Maurizio in 699. It was afterwards restored by them in

1272. 1272. Tomaso Rimondo was Bishop of Venice in 1277. They were
1277. members of the Great Council.

A dau. of Francesco da Legge married Fantin

IVIarcellO {See pp. 34, 35).

t The chronicler malies no mciUion of the two double annulets gules.



RIMONDO-p 98





VALARESSO,

• pp. 99, 100.




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To face p 98.





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DA LEZZE {DA LEGGE). 99

A dan. of Francesco da l.egge married IVIarco Tron

{See pp. 77, 78).
IVIarco Antonio da Lcgge, son of Francesco, married

a dau. of Giovanni IVIalipiero {St-e pp. 69, 70).

Francesco, son of Marco Antonio da Legge, married a dail.

Of Paolo IVIolin (Sc^ pp. 28, 29).

A dau. of Francesco da Legge, son of Marco Antonio,
married Gasparo Contarin! (5^^ pp. 32-34).

A dau. of Francesco, son of Marco Antonio, married PaoIO

IVIalipiero {See pp. 69, 70).

A dau. of Francesco, son of Marco Antonio, married PietrO

Crimani {See pp. 55-57).

A dau. of Francesco, son of Marco Antonio, married
Domenico Valaresso.

Tiie Valaressi accompanied tlie Emperor Diocletian, together
with many noble families, from Rome to Salona, from whence,
flying from the Goths, they took up their abode in Tessolo, where
they were ancient Tribunes. They were men of distinguished
1 192. presence, but of haughty disposition. In 1192 Almoro Valaresso
was amongst the forty who elected the Doge Enrico Dandolo.
They built the churches of S. Bortolamio, afterwards called S.
Demetrio, and S. Giovanni in Bragora, and with the Galarosi,

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DA LEZZE [DA LEGGE).

Salonigi, and Mattoni rebuilt the church of S. Martiiio. In 1200

Valareso Valaresso brought the body of S. Anastasio from

Constantinople and placed it in the church of S. Ternita. The
Valaressi were members of the Great Council.

Procurators of S. Marco.
1 64 1. A 1 vise Valaresso.
1684. Zaccaria, son of Alvise.




Qtominaf 3nbe;e+



I.orenzo, i6, 86

Abranii, The, 42

Acoitanto, Pietro, A Venetian Noble-
man, 87
Adoldi, The, 86
^miha, i
Albani, The, 42

Alesso, s. of Niceforo, Emperor, 25
Arbosan, Benedetto, 14, 21
Arclibishops —

Barbarigo, Marc' Antonio, 63

Cocco, Antonio, 22

Cornaro, Alvize, 67

Grimani, Alvize, 57

Traversari, Giovanni, 2

Valier, Pietro, 85
Aria Fadila, dau. of Tito Ario Anto-

nino 2""", 37
Arii, The family of the, 37
Astrea, 12
Attila, 75

Babulani, The, 36

Badoaro de Pragia Padovano, 38

,, Giacomo, 38

,, Gioarni, 38

,, Justinian, 38

Lucietta,daii.of Andrea, 11,80

,, Narsette, Captam, 38
Badoer, Aria Serena, 37

„ Arria, 37

,, Benedetto, A dau. of, 14, 37

,, G. Batt., A dau. of, 14, 46

,, Marin, 16, 38, 94



Badoer, Tito Ario Antonino 2'''', 37
Badoeri, The, 37
Badonna, Luigi, 82
Baduarii, The, 38
Baylione, .Signor Astor, 44
Bailo, The family of, 21
Balbi, Benedetto, A dau. of, 14, 35
,, Bernardo, 36
,, Giovanni, 36
,, Nicolo, 36
,, Paolo, 36

The, 35, 36, 49, 61, 70
Balbini, Aureli, The race of the, 35
Baldasser, One of the Magi, 54
Balduino, Count of Fiandra, 93
Barbari, The, 58, 59
Barbarigi, The, 62
Barbarigo, Daniel, A dau. of, 15, 75
,, Giovanni, 62

,, Ludovico, 15, 74

,, Pietro, A dau. of, 15, 62

Barbaro, Francesco, 59
Marco, 58
Mattio, 14, 58
,, Zaccaria, 72
Barbolani, The family of, 25
Barbolini, The name of, 94
Barozzi, Andrea, 91, 94

,, Marin (2), A dau. of, 16, 94
,, Pancratia, 94
The, 94, 95
Basadonna, Cecilia, dau. of Giovanni,

Mattio da Legge, I2, 15
Basadonna, Luigi, 12, 15



102



DA LEZZE {DA LEGGE).



Basegii, The, 86
Basegio, Basegio, 87
,, Basilio, 87

,, Giovanni Francesco, 16, 86
Bazegi, The, 25
Belegno, Marco, 27
,, Marin, 26

,, Mattio, 26
,, Paolo, 14, 24, 27
,, Tlie name of, 26
Bembo, Giaconio, 14, 61
Bembo, The family of, 61
Bertondelli, 5

Bianca, Domenico, A dan. of, 27
,, Luchia, 27
,, The family of, 27
Bishop, A Greek, 45
Bishops —

Barbarigo, Gregorio, 63
Badoer, Domenico (2), 39
Barozzi, Giovanni, 95
Bragadino, Marco Antonio, 45
Candiano, Giovanni (2), 76
Contarini, Giacomo, 33
„ Henrico, 33

Cornaro, Alvize, 67
,, Andrea, 67
,, Francesco (2), 67, 68
,, Fredrigo, 67
Dolfin, Anzolo, 43

„ Gerolemo, 43
Foscari, Paulo, 40

„ Pietro, Pronotary Apos-

tolical, 40
Grimani, Marin, 57
Michieli, Vidal (3), 55
Moro, Domenico, 73
Pisani, Francesco, 31

„ Luigi, 31
Priuli, Matteo, 41
Qiicrini, Borg""", 94

„ Giovanni, 94
Rimondo, Tomaso, 98
S. Leon, 42

Semitecolo, Ottavian, 71
Valier, Agostin, 85

„ Pietro, 85
Zancariol, Henrico, 96



Bishop —

Zeno, Giovanni, Battista, 61
Boccole, Francesco, 92

„ Francesco dalle, 74
Bocho, The house of, 78
Bon, Bortolamio, 98
,, Giovanni Antonio, 16, 97
,, Simion, 98
Boni or Buoni, The, 97
Boni, The name of, 98
Bonomo, Giacomo, 14, 21

,, Lucia, 14, 21
Bonzi, Marin, A dau. of, 14, 29
Boronieo, San Carlo, 85
Bragadin, Agostni, A dau. of, 15, 77

„ Girolamo, 14, 54

„ Girolemo, 14, 43

„ Vittore, 14, 43

Bragadini, The, 45
Bragain or Bragadino, Badoar, 43
Bragain, Giacomo, 43
Bragaini, The name of, 43
Bragardin, Marco, 44

,, Vittorio, 44

Bragardini, The, 43
Bragardino, Andrea (called Facella), 44

,, Daniel, 44

,, Marco, 44

Brandeliri, The, 70
Brun, Baldissera, A dau. of, 14, 21
Buona, The house of, 78
Buoni dalla Madona, 27
Buoni, The, 98

Caligo, Sister of Niceforo, Emperor

of Constantinople, 25
Canal, Andrea, 83

,, Antonio, 83, 84

,, Constantin, 83

,, Filippo, 83

„ Giacomo, 83

,, Giulio, 84

,, Guido, 83

,, Marco, 83

,, Marin, 83

,, Nicol6, 83

,, Pancratio, 83

,, Pietro, called Zuannd, 83



NOMINAL INDEX.



103



Canal, Zuanne (2), 83

,, or Caiiale, The family of, S3
Canale, Luiyi, 16, 83
Caiiali, The, 84
Canciliaii, The name of, 30
Candiani, The, 75
Candiano, Tomaso, 75

Vidal, 75
Can Grande della Scala, 24
Capelli, The, 48, 50
Capello, Alvize, 50
„ Andrea, 50
„ Bianca, 49
,, liortolamio, 49
,, Francesco, 49, 50 (Knt.)
„ Giacomo, 49
„ Giovanni (2), 50
„ Lorenzo, 14, iS, 48
„ Marco, 49
„ Marin, 49, 50
„ Nicolo, 49
,, Paolo "the Giand," Knt, and

Procurator, 50
„ Pietro, 18, 49
,, The house of, 49
„ Vettor, 49, 50
„ Vicenzo, Knl. and Procura-
tor, 50
„ Vittorio, 49
Cararesi, Prince, 38
Cardinals —

Badoaro, Giovanni, 39
Barbarigo, Angelo, 63
,, Grci;orio, 63

,, Marc' Antonio, 63

Barbaro, Marco, 59
Bembo, Bernardo, 62

,, Pietro, 62
Bonaventura, Badoaro de Pragia

Padovano, 38
Bragadino, Marco Antonio, 45
Contarini, Gasparo, 34

„ Maffio, 34

Cornaro, Alvize, 67
,, Andrea, 67
,, FrancesLu, 67, 68
,, Fredrii;o, 67
,, Marco, Cardinal Deacon, 67



Cardinals —

Dolhn, Giovanni, 42
,, Giovanni 2''°, 42
„ Zyaccaria, 42
Foscari, Pietro, 40
Grimani, Donienico, 56
,, Luigi, 57
,, Marin, 57
Michieli, Giovanni, 55
Morosini, Francesco, 52
„ Pietro, 52

„ Pietro 2'", 52

,, Tomaso, 52
Pisani, Francesco, 31

„ Luiyi, 31
Priuli, Lorenzo (2), 41

,, Matteo, 41
Valier, Agostin, 85

Pietro, 85
Wudraniin, Francesco, 79
Zeno, Giovanni Battisia, 61
Carmignola, Prince, 44
Cassinian Fathers, The, 12
Centani, Leonardo, 15, 69
Ciera, Agostin, A dau. of, 16, 84
Clirani, The, 9S
Cocco, Francesco, 14, 21. Antonio (2),

Francesco, Nicolo (3), Pietro, 22
Colonna, Prospero, 64
Colouna, The lionse of, 95
Coloprini, The, 70
Condulmier, The house of, 97
Coniarini, Andrea, A dau. of, 16, 89
,, Benetto, 33

„ Cornelia, dau. of Marco,

Procurator, 15, 82
,, Costanzo, A dau. of, 16, 82

,, Fantin, 14, 46

,, Gasparo, 99

,, Giorgio, 32

„ Giovanni Paolo, 80

,, Girolamo, 86

,, Lucrezia, 9, 10, 18, 46

,, Luigi, Padre, 6

„ Maffoo, 32

„ Marco, 16, 82

„ Marin, 33

„ Pietro, A dau. of, 15, 62



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DA LEZZE {DA LEGGE).



Contarini, The, 32, 52
Contenti, The, 32, 52
Coppo, Pietro, 16, 84

„ Tlie family of, 84
Cornari or Coineri, Tiie, 63
Cornari, The, 64
Coinaro, Andrea, 66

„ Captain General, 90

„ Cattario, 64, 65

„ Cornelia, 17, 82

„ Francesco, 64

„ Gerolemo, Knt., 65

„ Giorgio, 64

„ Giovanni, 64

„ Lorenzo, A dau. of, 15, 63

„ Marco, 64

„ Marco, Father of Queen
Catterina, 66

„ Pietro, 64
Cornelio, Scipion, 64
Correr, Tlie house of, 63
Costantini, The house of, 78
Costigliani, 50
Court Ofificials, The Venetian, 72

Dai Biri, The name of, 98
Dalbore, The house of, 78
Dalle Fornase, The name of, 98
Dalmatino, Zaccaria, A dau. of, 16, 89
Dandolo, Andrea, 91, 92

,, Renier, 96
Delfin, Elizabetta, 15, 74

„ Francesco, 16, 94
Delfini, The, 42

Delfino, Andrea, A dau. of, 14, 40
Del Giardino, The Giusti of, 24
Del Reno, The Counts, 32
Diedi, Anzolo, 86

„ Pietro, 86

„ Zuanne, 86
Diedo, Giovanni, 16, 86

,, The family of, 86
Doges of Venice —

Anafesto, Paoluccio, 32, 37, 51, 54,
76,87

Badoer (Participatio) Giovanni, 38
„ (Participatio) Orso, 38

Barbarigo, Agostin, 66



Doges of Venice —

Barbarigo, Agostino, 6j

,, Marco, 63

Bembo, Giovanni, 61
,, Pietro I., 76

,, Pietro II., 76

Candiano III., 76
IV., 76
,, Vittorc, 76

Celsi, Lorenzo, 4
Contarini, Alvize, 33

Andrea, 4, 31, 33, 47, 69,
79, 92, 97
,, Carlo, 33

,, Domenico, 25, 33

,, Domenico'" 2, 33

,, Francesco, 33
,, Nicol6, 33
Cornaro, Francesco, 67

,, Giovani, 12, 67 (2)
,, Marco, 67
Dandolo, Andrea, 4, 27, 31
,, Knrico, 99
,, Henrico, 44
Delfino, Giovanni, 42
Donate, Francesco, 28
„ Leonardo, 28
„ Nicol6, 28
Erizzo, Francesco, 29
Faliero, Marino, 4, 32
Foscari, Francesco, 40, 69
Foscarini, Marco, 30
Gradenigo, Bartolomeo, 88
„ Giovanni, 88

„ Pietro, 2;, 26, 27, 28, 29,

36, 40, 41, 88
Grimani, Marin, 53
,, Marino, 56
„ Pietro, 56
Loredan, Francesco, 30
Loredano, Pietro, 8
Malipiero, Orio, 70

,, Pasquale, 24, 69, "jo, 71

Mastro Petro, Aurio, 36, 81

,, ,, Hurio, 69

Michieli, Domenico, 55, 58
,, Vidal, 47

,, Vitale, 55



NOMINAL INDEX.



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Doges of Venice—
Michieli, Vit.ile 2'", 55
Rlocenigo, Luigi, 8

„ Pietio, 79

Molin, Francesco, 29
Moro, Cristoforo, 71, 72
Morosini, Domenico, 21, 52, 98
,, Francesco, 52
,, Marco, 52
,, Micliele, 52
Orseolo, Ouone, 95 (^see note)

,, Pietro I., Si
Participalio, Angelo, 39

„ Giovanni I., 39

„ Giovanni II., 39

„ Giiistiniano, 39

„ Orso I., 39

,, Orso II., 39

,, Pietro, Badoaro, 39

Ponte, Nicolo da, 49
Priuli, Antonio, 41
,, Girolamo, 41
,, Lorenzo, 41
SelvQ, Uomenico, 25, 26, 27
Soranzo, Giovanni, 80
Tiepolo, Jacopo, 77, 91 {sec note)

,, Lorenzo, 77
Tron, Nicol6, 78
Valier, Bertiiccio, 85
,, Silvcstro, 85
Vendramin, Andrea, 79
Venier, Antonio. 46

,, Francesco, 46
Venier or Veniero, Sebastiano, 8,

46
Zeno, Renier or Reniero, 60
Ziani, Pietro, 22, 49, 62, 70, 88,

98
Ziani, Sebastian, 44
Dogess, The wife of Domenico Selvo,

26
Dolfin or Dellino, 42
,, Dolfin, 42
,, Gregorio, 42
,, Nicolo, 42
Donadi, The, 27
Donado, Marco, 27
Donati, The, 27



Donato, Francesco, A dau. of, 14, 27


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