Alvise Pisani

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Alvise Pisani
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Doge of Venice
Reign17 January 1735 – 17 June 1741
PredecessorCarlo Ruzzini
SuccessorPietro Grimani
Born(1664-01-01)1 January 1664
Venice,  Republic of Venice
Died17 June 1741(1741-06-17) (aged 77)
Venice, Republic of Venice
SpouseElena Badoero
ReligionRoman Catholicism
OccupationDiplomat

Alvise Pisani (1 January 1664 in Venice – 17 June 1741 in Venice) was the 114th Doge of Venice, serving from 17 January 1735 until his death. Prior to his election, he was a career diplomat, serving as Venice's ambassador to France, Austria, and Spain; he also served as a councilor to previous Doges. He was succeeded as Doge by Pietro Grimani. His dogaressa was Elena Badoero.[1]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Carlo Ruzzini
Doge of Venice
1735–1741
Succeeded by
Pietro Grimani