Jovian Ceparius

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Jovian, surnamed Hypatus or Ceparious (Italian: Gioviano Cepanico Ipato), was, according to later tradition, a Venetian general and statesman of Byzantine origin. He served as the magister militium of Venice in 741. During his reign he aided in the fight between Heraclia and Equilio.


  • Heinrich Kretschmayr, Geschichte von Venedig, Band I: Bis zum Tode Enrico Dandolos, Gotha 1905
  • Samuele Romanin, Storia documentata di Venezia, Pietro Naratovich tipografo editore, Venezia, 1853.