Also known as the School of S. Giorgio degli Schiavoni


The Dalmatian School of Sts. Giorgio and Trifone has always dedicated great attention to the publishing sector. The prestigious series of research on history, culture and art of Latin Dalmatia, Veneto and Italy is named after Jolanda Maria Trier, a Dalmatian sister of Zara. Among the authors, some beautiful names from the Dalmatian historiography of yesterday and today: with Guardian Grande Emerito Tullio Vallery, Angelo de Benvenuti, Roberto Benevenia, Bruno Dudan, Alberto Rizzi, Giacomo Scotti, Oddone Talpo, Luigi Tomaz and Lucio Toth.

La Scuola Dalmata dei SS. Giorgio e Trifone by Tullio Vallery Grand Guardian emeritus Zara (1923), Venice - Dalmatian School of St. George and Tryphon – Collana Treveri vol. no. 11– 2011 – p. 167 – 24 cm

On 24 march 1451 is the date of birth of the Dalmatian School of SS. George and Tryphon.

The Brotherhood was founded by the two-hundred-Dalmatians-residents in Venice, for the most part artisans, so that it became a reference for the Dalmatians, who then came more and more numerous in the city for business, studies, pleasure or as seafarers on some transport boat, in need of care, assistance, and burial, were welcomed into the christian spirit by receiving any kind of help.


I leoni di Venezia in Dalmazia by Alberto Rizzi (Venice, 1941)

Venice - the Dalmatian School of St. George and Tryphon – Collana Treveri vol. no. 4 – 2005p. 342 – 24 cm

“San Marco in the form de lion" is the political symbol of the Republic of Venice is dear to the Dalmatian romantically linked to the Serenissima republic and its civilization


Fortificazioni venete in Dalmazia by  Angelo de Benvenuti (Zara 1895 – Udine, 1979)

Venice - the Dalmatian School of St. George and Tryphon – Collana Treveri vol. no. 5 – 2006 – p. 262 – 24 cm

In the selection of the writings of the Author, shows the careful care and the assiduous commitment of the Republic of Venice demonstrated in defending the territory of the dalmatian from the recurring raids turchesche with a cost high in terms of economic and human. Hired by Venice, thousands were the italians of the peninsula together with the valiant forces of the slavic – dalmatian, who shed their blood in valleys, on the hills and in the sea of Dalmatia.


Venezia e Dalmazia – Statuti e ordinamenti of Bruno Dudan (Venice 1905 -Zara 1943)

Venice - the Dalmatian School of St. George and Tryphon – Collana Treveri vol. no. 7 - 2008 – p. 223 – 24 cm

The Author obtained a deserved recognitions devoting himself to the study of the history of law with particular attention to the law expressed in the Statutes of the cities of Dalmatia, a land in which, because of its geographical position and historical events, the communal civilization had produced a plurality and a diversity of sorts.


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The Dalmatian School also publishes a fun and agile Magazine which documents the activities carried out in the course of the year, and to inform both the Brothers, the Friends, the Institutions and libraries, both Italian and foreign. In this magazine, find interesting articles about the history of the School from its foundation to our days as well as news relating to the artistic heritage and the numerous documents preserved in the Archives Museum of the Dalmatian School, and in the adjoining Library full of more than fifteen thousand titles.


A large number of articles relating to the cycle of paintings by Vittore Carpaccio written by distinguished scholars and critics d' art, both Italian and foreign, such as Helen I. Roberts of the University of California, Patricia Fortini Brown of Princeton University, Francis defined " a cursed , probably the most well-liked Supervisor that Venice has ever had. We must not forget also Teresio Pignatti, Rodolfo Pallucchini and Michelangelo Muraro.

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