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Venetian Navy

Page history last edited by PBworks 13 years, 1 month ago

 

Ships per Classes

 

Venetian Officials

 

Venetian Ranks

 

Venetian Constructors

 

Venetian Shipyards

 

Venetian Ships per Classes

 

Venetian bought ships

 

Miscellaneous

 

History

The Most Serene Republic of Venice (Venetian: Serenìsima Repùblica Vèneta; Italian: Serenissima Repubblica di Venezia) was a Venetian city-state in Northeastern Italy, based around the city of Venice. It existed from the 9th century until the 18th century (1797). It is often referred to as the Serenissima, which is Latin for its title, "Most Serene."

 

Tomasz Walczyk is the person in charge of the Venetian Navy data (e-mail)

 

Special thanks to Mr Giuseppe Alecci, who contributed data directly from the Venetian archives. They are described in text as AS= additional sources

 

 

Pio IX. (1836) 550 t; 51,00 m L.; österr. Rad-Kriegsdampfer Ferdinando; 1836 Marianna; 1848/49 venezian. Pio IX; 1849 re, 1852 +

Ercole ( ) 57 t; sardin. Rad-S/P; 1848/49; 1849 österr. Achilles; 1866 verkauft

Eridano (1847) 51,20 m L.; Rad-S/tg Pio IX; 1848/349 venizian. Eridano; 1849 österr. Beute

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