Rulers of Venice is a digital project with two components: a searchable database of the election registers of the medieval Venetian republic and an interactive XML e-book of interpretative essays published by the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS). Both the database and the e-book have gone through multiple updates and changes, many of which are detailed in the e-book’s 2015 preface.
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