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Venice Day by Day, since 407 A.C

 

Luigi Gigio Zanon

This Almanac about Venice History comes from years of research in the Frari Archives, in the Marciana Library and in Correr Museum.
Between old shelves, turning the pages of ancient Buste, Raspe, Commentarii, I could taste the emotion of touching manuscripts, with signatures and seals of Procuratori, Dogi, Condottieres...
I transcribed the many interesting things I have discovered part on books, others on slide-shows, others more are just laying as simple notes on my personal archives.

Luigi "Gigio" Zanon

Is solemnly consecrated the church of San Salvador.

1177-08-29

Ordered that the wool industry moved to Torcello or Muara, pear ² maintaining deposits in Rialto.

1272-08-29

The Great Council decides to accept the donation of a fund on the Riva degli Schiavoni, made ​​by a certain May Trevisan, fur merchant.
On the site will be built a hospice called "Ca 'di Dio" because accoÂgliere © destined to the pilgrims to the Holy Land. Since the days of Doge Pietro Orseolo (who dressed and fed, at his own expense, the pilgrims), Venice was famous for hospices such as the one in San Biagio to the Giudecca, the island of St. Helena and San Clemente.

1272-08-29

Prohibited the tenants in arrears to leave a house without first having paid the rent due.

1282-08-29

The Venetian citizenship is granted to those who resided in the city for two years with his wife and family.

1350-08-29

Off the coast of Sardinia is the clash between the Venetian and Genoese fleets, known as the "Battle of Lojera".
A triumph for the Venetian Nicolò Pisani Commander: Commander opponent Antonio Grimaldi returned to Genoa with only eighteen ships and her in tow, while no less than forty galleys remain in the hands of Venice.

1353-08-29

On holidays horse racing is banned in Piazza San Marco.

1392-08-29

The nuns of the convent of the island of Sant'Angelo Twisting (or "Dust" Â), located on the canal that leads from Fusina in San Giorgio in Alga, had refused to accept the reforms in their set, shafts, and the Patriarch Lorenzo Justinian ordered the closing of the monastery.

1440-08-29

By decree of the Venetian Senate will appoint the first "Three Reformers of the University of Padua": George Pisani, Marino Zorzi, Antonio Giustiniani. This high MagistratuÂra, which will oversee Padua University, can be considered the first Ministry of IstruÂzione built in Europe.

1517-08-29

By decree of the Senate is abolished "Venice of Fame Academy," established by the nobleman Federico Badoer, because of debt contracts the same unlawfully against the Duke of Brunswick.

1561-08-29

To prohibit the burial of non-Catholic places consecrated persons.

1618-08-29

The rebuilt church was consecrated St. Pantaloon.

1745-08-29

It officially opened the railway line Vicenza-asci. Eight days later will be open to the public. BiÂglietto A one-way, first class, it costs three pounds, in the second, two pounds; third class, and twenty-five cents a pound.

1876-08-29

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