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    Doge, old Venetian word derived from the Latin "dux," meaning leader, and specifically applied to the chief magistrate of the republic of Venice from 697 to 1797. With the exception of a short interval, it was also used to designate the chief magistrate of Genoa from 1339 to 1797.

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