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Francesco Donato, (1468-1553), Doge of Venice, in official robes, with Doge's cap (corno), coat with large gold buttons and ermine collar. Second half 16th.

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Andrea Gritti (1454-1538), Doge of Venice (from 1523)


The Doge of Venice Ioannes Bembo 1616 If you're putting on a period production of Othello or Merchant of Venice take note of this costume.

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Presentation of Ring of Doges of Venice, RE-959

Presentation of Ring of Doges of Venice, Fine Art Counted Cross Stitch Pattern also available in Kit and Digital Download #pinterestcrossstitchpattern #pinterestgifts

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Enrico Dandolo, the 42nd Doge of Venice, painted by Titian (300 years after his death). Enrico Dandolo (1107? – May 1205) — anglicised as Henry Dandolo and Latinized as Henricus Dandulus — was the 42nd Doge of Venice from 1192 until his death. He is remembered for his blindness, piety, longevity, and shrewdness, and is infamous for his role in the Fourth Crusade and the Sack of Constantinople in which he, at age ninety and blind, led the Venetian contingent.