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Barbarigo

Postby dirk » 26 Jan 2011, 13:38

Can anyone help me find the genealoy or family tree of the Barbarigo family in Venice from about 1450 to 1550?

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Re: Barbarigo

Postby Michael31 » 28 Jan 2011, 00:40

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marco_Barbarigo
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agostino_Barbarigo
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gregory_Barbarigo
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giovanni_F ... _Barbarigo
http://www2.fiu.edu/~mirandas/bios1686.htm
(24) 8. BARBARIGO, Marcantonio
(1640-1706)
Birth. March 6, 1640, Venice. Sixth child of Antonio Barbarigo and Agnesia Falier. His first name is also listed as Marco Antonio and his last name is also listed as Barbadico and Barbadigo. Of the noble family of the doges of Venice Marcantonio Barbarigo (1485-1486) and Agostino Barbarigo (1486-1502). Grand-uncle of Pope Clement XIII (1758-1769). Relative of Cardinals Gregorio Barbarigo (1660) and Giovanni Francesco Barbarigo (1719). Another cardinal of the family was Angelo Barbarigo (1408).

http://web.archive.org/web/200805301752 ... storia.htm

http://www.wikideep.it/cat/famiglie-del ... barbarigo/

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Re: Barbarigo

Postby dirk » 29 Jan 2011, 13:37

Michael31 wrote:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marco_Barbarigo
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agostino_Barbarigo
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gregory_Barbarigo
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giovanni_F ... _Barbarigo
http://www2.fiu.edu/~mirandas/bios1686.htm
(24) 8. BARBARIGO, Marcantonio
(1640-1706)
Birth. March 6, 1640, Venice. Sixth child of Antonio Barbarigo and Agnesia Falier. His first name is also listed as Marco Antonio and his last name is also listed as Barbadico and Barbadigo. Of the noble family of the doges of Venice Marcantonio Barbarigo (1485-1486) and Agostino Barbarigo (1486-1502). Grand-uncle of Pope Clement XIII (1758-1769). Relative of Cardinals Gregorio Barbarigo (1660) and Giovanni Francesco Barbarigo (1719). Another cardinal of the family was Angelo Barbarigo (1408).

http://web.archive.org/web/200805301752 ... storia.htm

http://www.wikideep.it/cat/famiglie-del ... barbarigo/
Hi Michael31,

Thank you for your reply which is of help. But I should have been more specific: I am loking for the dates of Laura Barbarigo who lived around the turn of the century 1499/1500. I have found one Laura who was the daughter of Marc Antonio Barbarigo. Marc Antonio was a brother of the two Barbarigo doges, Agostino and Marco. She married Antonio Commendone. I don't have any dates for this Laura.

The second Laura I found was the daughter of an Antonio Barbarigo (who may be the same as Marco Antonio above) and the widow of Aloisio Contarini. She possibly married Commendone in a second marriage, but I don't have any dates for her either.

I am therefore looking for some kind of family tree. Can you, or anyone else help me find one? Am I in the right forum for this question? Thanks

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Re: Barbarigo

Postby Michael31 » 30 Jan 2011, 18:06

http://www.encyclopedia.com/article-1G2 ... cesco.html

COMMENDONE, GIOVANNI FRANCESCO
Cardinal, papal diplomat; b. Venice, March 17, 1524; d. Padua, Dec. 25, 1584. His father, Antonio, came from a family in Bergamo; his mother, Laura Barbarigo, belonged to the old Venetian aristocracy. After a well-rounded education at the University of Padua, Commendone went to Rome in 1550 and entered the "famiglia" of Pope Julius III in 1551. His first and rather sensational test as a diplomat took place in 1553 when, traveling to Brussels in the suite of the Cardinal Legate Girolamo Dandino, he went to London on a secret mission. His assignment was to see Queen Mary Tudor and subsequently to report to the Curia about religious and political conditions in England and the …

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K4. [ex 2°] N.H. Marco Antonio (* 19-I-1615 † 28-V-1698), Patrizio Veneto, Senatore. “Sopracomito di Galera trovossi nel 1651 alla Battaglia di Nixia e Paros contro Turchi, nel 1656 fù al gran conflitto in cui morì il generale Marcello et nel 1657 all’altro in cui rimase estinto il generale Mocenigo, nel 1668 era Presidente al Collegio de’ Savij ordinarij, et nel 1678 Capo del Consiglio di X, morì li 22 maggio del 1698 in età di 82 anni, 4 mesi e 6 giorni, sepolto nella chiesa de’ SS. Giovanni et Paolo con iscrizioneâ€

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Re: Barbarigo

Postby Michael31 » 30 Jan 2011, 18:11

http://www.flickr.com/photos/luigistrano/4002053050/

Noventa vicentina (Vi) - Villa Barbarigo

Among villas erected near Vicenza for Venetian patricians, Villa Barbarigo distinguishes itself because it was built for a dogal family , that in the centuries loyally served Serenissima. For this reason it deserves the title of Villa of the Dogi (definition that in the past some authors had not correctly attributed to all the venetian villas). Here everything cooperates to glorify the Barbarigo family: the majesty of the architecture on four floors, the scenographic and solemn façade crowned by daggers and flanked with two wings of porticos, the wide cycle of frescoes that fills an area of approximately 430 sqm. In Noventa since 1497, Barbarigo entrusted a project in 1588 to "mastro muraro Venturin " for a villa with two essential requirements: the search of profit through the agricultural activity (and here the wide "agrarian plaza" contained by porticos) and the glorification of the "gens". In fact, Barbarigo family progressively invested their money in estates in Noventa and were in close relations with local elders. The villa became so, at the same time, impulsive center of agricultural activity, symbol of the prestige and of the economic fortunes of the commissioners and the urban knot around which in centuries extended the settled of Noventa.

Fra le numerose ville costruite nel vicentino dai patrizi veneziani, quella di Noventa si distingue perchè edificata da una famiglia dogale , distintasi nei secoli al servizio della Serenissima. Per questo motivo essa merita il titolo di Villa dei Dogi (definizione che in passato alcuni studiosi avevano impropriamente attribuito a tutte le ville venete). Qui tutto concorre a glorificare la famiglia Barbarigo: dall'imponenza dell'architettura - che si sviluppa su quattro piani - alla facciata scenografica e solenne coronata da obelischi e inquadrata da due ali di portici, fino al vastissimo ciclo di affreschi che copre una superficie di circa 430 mq. Presenti a Noventa fin dal 1497, i Barbarigo affidarono nel 1588 ad un certo "mastro Venturin muraro" l'incarico di costruire una villa che rispondesse essenzialmente a due esigenze: la ricerca dell'utile attraverso l'attività agricola (ed ecco l'ampia "piazza agraria" racchiusa dal porticato) e la celebrazione della "gens". Infatti, i Barbarigo avevano progressivamente investito notevoli capitali nell'acquisto di beni fondiari a Noventa, stabilendo, inoltre, stretti legami con i rappresentanti della comunità locale.


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