Giovanni Fabriciaco

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Giovanni Fabriciaco (sometimes Fabriciazio or Fabriaco) (dates unknown) was a Venetian statesman and general of Byzantine origin. He served as magister militum of Venice in 742. Under him, the conflict between Heraclia and Equilio was resolved. The position of Doge was restored after his term, when Teodato Ipato, who had previously served as magister militum, was elected to the post.

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This article incorporates information from the equivalent article on the Italian Wikipedia.
  • Samuele Romanin, Storia documentata di Venezia, Pietro Naratovich tipografo editore, Venezia, 1853.