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Seventh century

  • Paolo Lucio Anafesto (697–717)

Eighth century

  • Marcello Tegalliano (717–726)
  • Orso Ipato (726–737) assassinated by the Exarchate of Ravenna (become the Papal States)
  • Domenico Leoni (737–742)
  • 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

Ninth century

  • 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

  • Orso II Participazio (912–932)
  • Pietro II Candiano (932–939)
  • Pietro Participazio (939–942)
  • Pietro III Candiano (942–959)
  • Pietro IV Candiano (959–976) People of Venice locked him in palace with son while it burned.
  • Pietro I Orseolo (976–978) resigned to become a Camaldolese hermit in Abbey of Sant Miguel de Cuxa in the Pyrenees
  • Vitale Candiano (978–979) abdicated, for health reasons
  • Tribuno Memmo (979–991)
  • Pietro II Orseolo (991–1009) gave the majority of his wealth to the poor and the Church, and retired to a monastery

Eleventh century

  • 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
  • Vitale Faliero (1084–1096)
  • Vitale I Michiel (1096–1102)

Twelfth century

  • Ordelafo Faliero (1102–1117)
  • Domenico Michele (1117–1130)
  • Pietro Polani (1130–1148)
  • Domenico Morosini (1148–1156)
  • Vital II Michele (1156–1172)
  • Sebastiano Ziani (1172–1178)
  • Orio Mastropiero (1178–1192)
  • Enrico Dandolo (1192–1205)

Thirteenth century

  • 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

  • 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
  • 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)
  • Michele Steno (1400–1413)

Fifteenth century

  • Tommaso Mocenigo (1413–1423)
  • Francesco Foscari (1423–1452) – forced to abdicate
  • Pasquale Malipiero (1452–1473) - forced to abdicate
  • Nicolo Marcello (1473–1474)

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