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Coat of Arms of Dandolo family
|Place of origin||Ancient Rome (claimed)|
|Members||Enrico Dandolo (patriarch),
|Connected members||Lorenzo Priuli (by marriage)
Pasquale Malipiero (by marriage)
|Connected families||Orseolo family
|Distinctions||Doge of Venice|
Dandolo was a patrician family of the Republic of Venice, which produced several Doges of Venice. The progenitor of the family was a merchant named Domenico. The family became more successful by the beginning of the 12th century.
- Domenico Dandolo (fl. 1085–June 1107), nobleman in San Luca
- Pietro Dandolo
- Bono Dandolo
- Vitale Dandolo, jurist, ambassador to Ferrara and bailo in Constantinople
- Enrico Dandolo (ca. 1100–1182), Patriarch of Grado
- Giovanna Dandolo, Dogaressa of Venice (1457–62)
- Zilia Dandolo, Dogaressa of Venice (1556–59)
- Madden 2008, p. 12.
- Madden, Thomas F. (2008). Enrico Dandolo and the Rise of Venice. JHU Press. pp. 12–. ISBN 978-0-8018-9184-7.
- Loredan, Alvise (1981). I Dandolo. Dall'Oglio.
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