John Fabriacus was, according to later legend, 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.
- Heinrich Kretschmayr, Geschichte von Venedig, Band I: Bis zum Tode Enrico Dandolos, Gotha 1905
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