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The list of things named Venetian is quite extensive. Venetian generally means from or related to the
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city of
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, or the
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Veneto
region (of which Venice is the capital), or of the
Republic of Venice The Republic of Venice ( it, Repubblica di Venezia; vec, Repùblega de Venèsia) or Venetian Republic ( it, Repubblica Veneta; vec, Repùblega Vèneta), traditionally known as La Serenissima ( en, Most Serene Republic Most Serene Republic ( ...
(697–1797), a historical nation in that area. The term may also mean the
Venetian language Venetian or Venetan ( or ), is a Romance language The Romance languages, less commonly Latin or Neo-Latin languages, are the modern languages that evolved from Vulgar Latin between the third and eighth centuries. They are a subgroup ...
, a
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spoken mostly in the Veneto region. The term Venetian may also mean from or related to the American city of
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, in
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. There are many concept names that use the term "Venetian" in those general senses, such as
Venetian cuisine Venetian cuisine, from the city of Venice Venice ( ; it, Venezia ; vec, Venesia or ) is a city in northeastern Italy Italy ( it, Italia ), officially the Italian Republic ( it, Repubblica Italiana, links=no ), is a country consi ...
, Venetian music, Venetian grammar, etc. There are however many concepts where "Venetian" has a special sense that cannot be deduced form the general ones. There are also many people, buildings, and works of art with "Venetian" in their name.


Special senses


History

*Venetian Albania (1392–1797), dominion of the Republic of Venice in present south Montenegro and north Albania *Venetian Crete, the Kingdom of Candia (1212–1669), a colony of the Republic of Venice *Venetian Crusade (1122–1124) by the Republic of Venice to the Holy Land *Venetian Dalmatia (1400–1797), dominion of the Republic of Venice in present Croatia *Venetian ducat, a gold ducat coin issued by the Republic of Venice from 1284 to 1797 *Venetian grosso, a silver coin minted by the Republic of Venice in 1193 *Venetian Interdict, a Papal decree placing sanctions on the Republic of Venice in 1605–1607 *Venetian lira, a currency of the Republic of Venice issued from 953 to 1807 *Venetian rule in the Ionian Islands (1361–1797), by the Republic of Venice *Venetian Province, a historical province (1797–1815), the former territory of the Republic of Venice *Venetian rule or Venetocracy (''Βενετοκρατία'', ''Venetokratia''), the period of Venetian rule in Greece (1212–1669); see Frankokratia


Geography

*Venetian Ghetto, the Venice borough where Jews were segregated in 1516; origin of word "ghetto" *Venetian Hills, a neighborhood in southwest Atlanta (GA), USA. *Venetian islands, in the Venetian Lagoon south of Venice *Venetian Islands, Florida (USA), artificial islands between Miami and Miami Beach *Venetian Isles, New Orleans (''Îles Vénetiennes''), a neighborhood of the city in Louisiana, USA *Venetian Lagoon, the shallow bay on the south side of Venice *Venetian Plain, the flatlands in the Veneto and Friuli regions of Italy *Venetian Slavia or ''Slavia Friulana'', a Slovenian-speaking enclave in the Friuli region of Italy *Venetian Village, Illinois, a census division in Lake County (IL), USA; about 2900 hab in 2010


Styles of arts and crafts

*Venetian glass, artistic glass objects from the island of Murano in Venice's bay *Venetian Gothic architecture, a building style developed in Venice in the 1300s *Venetian needle lace, also Venetian point or point de Venise, a type of lace with floral motifs, popular in the 1600s *Venetian painting, a major tradition in Italian Renaissance painting *Venetian polychoral style, a style of choral music from the Baroque and Renaissance *Venetian Renaissance, a period in Venetian history that covered the 15th and 16th centuries *Venetian Renaissance architecture, a style of buildings originated in Venice around 1480 *Venetian school (art), a style of painting starting in the 1400s *Venetian School (music), style and composers in Venice from 1550 to 1610


Objects and products


Architecture and furniture

*Venetian arch, a usually pointed arch with a band wider at the peak than at the spring *Venetian blind, or Venetian, a common type of window blind similar to Persian blind *Venetian curtain, a type of theater front curtain *Venetian dentil, an architectural ornament; a type of dentil *Venetian door, a door with narrow sidelights, like a Venetian window *Venetian carpet, a type of inexpensive carpet *Venetian window, a type of window with arched top flanked by two narrow sidelights


Utensils, materials, plants

*Venetian ball, a ball of glass with enclosed objects, often used as paperweight *Venetian blind shades or shutter shades, sunglasses with horizontal slats instead of lenses *Venetian chalk, a white compact talc or steatite used especially for marking on cloth *Venetian mask, a special variety traditionally worn in the Carnival of Venice *Venetian plaster, a type of polished plaster including marble dust *Venetian pearl, an imitation pearl made of solid glass *Venetian-style shoe, or Venetian loafer, a plain mid-heel slipper *Venetian soap, made with olive oil *Venetian sumac or smoke tree (''Cotinus abovatus'') *Venetian swell, a swell organ with blinds patterned closing the swell box


Colors, pigments, and varnishes

*Venetian blue, same as cobalt blue *Venetian ceruse, a lead-based white cosmetic face paint used in the 1600s and 1700s *Venetian green, a bluish dark green color *Venetian lake, a red painter's pigment or shade or carmine (color) *Venetian red, a painter's pigment *Venetian rose, a shade of pink *Venetian scarlet, a shade of red *Venetian turpentine or Venice turpentine, an artists' varnish from larch (''Larix decidua'') resin *Venetian white, a painter's pigment, mix of lead white and barium sulfate *Venetian yellow or amber yellow, a shade of yellowMeriam-Webster: Venetian yellow
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Other

*Venetian Carnival, or the Carnival of Venice, a traditional festivity since the 12th century *Venetian Festival, any modern costume festivity inspired on the historic carnival of Venice :*Hythe Venetian Fete, a traditional carnival of Kent, England *Venetian Mafia, called ''Mala del Brenta'', a criminal organization in Veneto


In titles and names


Buildings and structures

*Venetian Arena, former name (2008–2010) of the Cotai Arena in Macao, China. *Venetian arsenal, Gouvia, built by the Republic of Venice in Corfu (Greece) 1400s or 1500s *Venetian Bay Resort, a development and resort in Kissimmee (FL), USA *Venetian Causeway, a bridge connecting Miami Beach to mainland Miami (FL), USA *Venetian Court, a seaside resort in Capitola (CA), USA *Venetian Garden, Leesburg, a park in Lake County (FL), USA *Venetian Golf and River Club, in North Venice (FL), USA *Venetian House (Sighișoara), a building from the 1500s in Sighișoara, Romania *The Venetian Las Vegas, a resort hotel and casino in Las Vegas, Nevada *The Venetian Macao, a hotel and casino in Macau, China *Venetian Pool, a historic public swimming pool built in 1924 in Coral Gables (FL), USA *Disney's Venetian Resort, a project of the late 1960s for Disney World (FL, USA) that was never built. *Venetian Theatre, a former theater in Hillsboro, Oregon, USA *The Venetian Theater, a building in the Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, near Katonah, New York USA *Venetian Village, Naples, Florida, a waterside shopping district in USA *Venetian Waterway Park, a 9.3 mile scenic bike path built ca. 2002 in Sarasota County, near Venice (FL), USA


Books and plays

*The Anonymous Venetian (novel), ''The Anonymous Venetian'' (novel), a book by Donna Leon *''The Venetian'', or ''The Venetian Woman'', or ''The Venetian Comedy'', originally La Veniexiana (play), ''La veniexiana'' (play), comedy play in Venetian language, 1535–1537 * The Venetian Affair (novel), ''The Venetian Affair'' (novel), 1963 novel by Scottish-American author Helen MacInnes * ''The Voyages of the Venetian Brothers Nicolò and Antonio Zeno to the Northern Seas in the XIVth Century'', account of the travels of the Zeno brothers , edited by R. H. Major, 1873Richard Henry Major (1873):
The Voyages of the Venetian Brothers Nicolò & Antonio Zeno, to the Northern Seas, in the XIVth Century, comprising The Latest Known Accounts of the Lost Colony of Greenland; and of the Northmen in America before Columbus
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*''Venetian Masque'', a 1935 English adventure novel by Rafael Sabatini *''The Venetian Nights'' (''Les noces vénitiennes''), a 1924 novel by Abel Hermant published by Ferenczi *''The Venetian Twins'' (''I due gemelli veneziani''), a 1747 theater play by Goldoni *The Venetian Twins (musical), ''The Venetian Twins'' (musical), a 1979 Australian musical comedy play by Enright and Clarke *''The Venetians'', 1892 novel by Mary Elizabeth Braddon


Movies

*The Anonymous Venetian (film), ''The Anonymous Venetian'' (film) (''Anonimo veneziano''), a 1970 Italian drama by Enrico Maria Salerno *''A Holy Venetian Family'' (''Leoni''), a 2015 Italian comedy movie by Pietro Parolin *The Venetian (film), ''The Venetian'' (film) (''Venetianskan''), a 1958 TV movie directed by Ingmar Bergman *The Venetian Affair (film), ''The Venetian Affair'' (film), 1967 American movie *''Venetian Bird'', a 1952 British thriller movie directed by Ralph Thomas *''Venetian Honeymoon'' (''La prima notte'', ''Les noces vénitiennes''), 1959 Italian-French comedy movie by Cavalcanti *''Venetian Lovers'', 1925 British silent film by Niebuhr and Tilley *''Venetian Nights'' (''Nuits de Venise''), a 1931 German operetta movie by Billon and Wiene *''The Venetian Woman'' (''La venexiana''), 1986 Italian erotic film by Mauro Bolognini


Paintings

*''Portrait of a Venetian'' by Tintoretto, ca. 1550 *''Portrait of a Venetian Admiral'' by Tintoretto, 1570s *''Self-Portrait as Venetian Ambassador'', by Bernardo Bellotto, 1765 *''Pavel Sorokoumskiy as Venetian Doge'', unknown painter, late 1800s *''The Venetian Girl'' by Frank Duvenek, ca. 1880 *''Head of a Venetian Girl'' by Giorgione, 1509 *''A Venetian Lady from the House of Barbarigo'' by Rosalba Carriera, 1735–1740 *''Portrait of a Venetian Man'' by Jan van Scorel, ca. 1520 *''Portrait of a Venetian Nobleman'' by Peter Paul Rubens, 1620s *''Venetian Nobleman'' by Tintoretto, 1590s *''Portrait of the Venetian Painter Giovanni Bellini'' by Tizian, 1511–1512 *''Portrait of a Venetian Senator'', by Tintoretto, ca. 1570 *''The Venetian Shoe Black'' (''Lustrascarpe veneziano''), tinted photo by Carlo Ponti, 1867 *Portrait of a Venetian Woman (Veronese), ''Portrait of a Venetian Woman'', by Paolo Veronese, late 1500s *''Portrait of a Venetian Woman'', or ''Madonna delle rose'', by Tintoretto, 1597–1600 *''Portrait of a Venetian Woman'', a 1505 painting by Albrecht Dürer *''Portrait of a Venetian Woman'', or ''La Belle Nani'', by Paolo Veronese


People and spirits

*Venetian Chohan, or Paul the Venetian, an entity in the teachings of Theosophy *The Reliable Venetian Hand, an anonymous art collector from the 1700s *VenetianPrincess, pseudonym of Jodie-Amy Rivera (1984–), American internet video personality *Venetian Snares, stage name of Aaron Funk (1975–), Canadian electronic musician *The Venetians (Australian band), a mid-1980s pop music band


Political parties and movements

*Venetian nationalism, a political movement *Party of the Venetians (''Partito dei Veneti'', PdV), an ephemeral party (Jan–Sep 2010) *Venetian Agreement (''Intesa Veneta''), a party (2006–) *Venetian League or ''Liga Veneta'', ''Łiga Vèneta'', a party (1979–) *Venetian Left (2013) (''Sanca Veneta'', SV), a party (2013–) *Venetian National Liberation Movement (''Movimento di Liberazione Nazionale del Popolo Veneto'', MNLV), an independence movement (2009–) *Venetian National Party (''Partito Nasional Veneto'', PNV), a former party (2007–2011) *Venetian People's Unity (''Unitá Popolare Veneta'', UPV), a party (2008–) *Venetian People's Movement (''Movimento Popolare Veneto'', MPV), a former party (2008–2015?) *Union of the Venetian People (''Unione del Popolo Veneziano'', UPV), a former party (1995–1999)


Other

*Venetian Arts Society, a not-for-profit organization in Fort Lauderdale (FL), USA *Penny Venetian Red, a British postage stamp issued in 1880–1881 *Venetian Way (1957–1964), a racehorse, winner of the 1960 Kentucky derby


See also

* Friulan and Giulian, related to or from Friuli Venezia Giulia region of Italy * Venice (disambiguation) * Veneti (disambiguation) * Venetia (disambiguation)


References

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