Vatican City Dog Names

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Introduction

Vatican City is an independent city-state within the city of Rome, capital of Italy, and also the smallest country in the world. It is a sacerdotal-monarchical state ruled by the pope, the head of the Catholic church. Vatican City is the home to many cultural sites and numerous, priceless works of art. Some of the most important sites are St. Peter’s Basilica, the Sistine Chapel, and the museums of Vatican where many masterpieces are stored, such as Giotto’s Stefaneschi Triptych, Raphael’s Madonna of Foligno, Leonardo da Vinci’s St. Jerome in the Wilderness, and Caravaggio’s Entombment.

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Vatican City Dog Name Considerations

If at any case you run out of ideas for your doggo’s new moniker, look no closer than the Vatican City. It is home to numerous works of art and has always been the home of the pope, so names are not in the scarcity here. Starting with the artists whose masterpieces adorn the walls of the Vatican Museums, consider the name Michelangelo, a master whose works on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel are talked about all over the world, and it is one of the most stunning pieces of art ever created. Another fantastic name is Filippo, after Filippo Lippi, an Italian painter whose painting Marsuppini Coronation is housed in Pinacoteca Vaticana.

Some of the other artists whose works are displayed as a part of the Collection of Modern Religious Art in the Vatican are Paul Klee, Salvador Dali, Vincent Van Gogh, and Giorgio de Chirico, whose names can become your dog’s, and will surely be a great conversation starter in the dog park. If you are running out of ideas, look at the painting Pieta, and name your doggo either Pieta or Giovanni, after Giovanni Bellini who created it, or go for Madonna, after the painting Madonna of Foligno created by Raphael.

Male Vatican City Dog Names

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Peter
Saint Peter was the apostle of Jesus and the first Bishop of Rome appointed by Christ
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Linus
St Linus, also known as Papa Linus is the first pope, from 54-58 and 66-69
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Clement
St Clement I was the fourth pope who is also a saint in Eastern Christianity
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Alexander
St Alexander was the first pope in the 2nd century
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Sixtus
St Sixtus I, also known as Papa Xystus, was the 2nd pope in the 2nd century
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Pius
St Pius I, born in Aquileia was the 10th pope and a martyr
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Victor
St Victor I, born in Africa, was a converted Berber and the 14th pope
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Callixtus
St Callixtus I was the first pope in the 3rd century and the 16th pope overall
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Urban
St Urban I, also known as Papa Urbanus, was the 17th pope and a saint
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Fabian
St Fabian, also known as Papa Fabianus, was the 20th pope who divided Rome into seven districts
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Marcellus
St Marcellus I, born in Rome and later banished from it, was the first pope in the 4th century
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Innocent
St Innocent I, also known as Papa Innocentius, was the first pope in the 5th century
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Leo
St Leo I, also known as Leo the Great, was the 45th pope
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Anastasius
Anastasius II was the 50th pope who tried to end Acacian schism
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Hormisdas
St Hormisdas, born in Frosino, was the first pope in the 5th century
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John
John II was the first pope not to use his birth name, Mercurius
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Gregory
St Gregory I, also known as Gregory the Great was the last imperial Roman Pope
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Sabinian
Sabinian, born in Blera, was the first pope of the Byzantine Empire
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Theodore
Theodore I was a Greek pope and the last pope from Palestine
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Constantine
Constantine was the 88th pope, born in Syria and last one to visit Greece until John Paul II
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Stephen
Stephen II was the 92nd pope, also known as Papa Stephanus
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Adrian
Adrian I, also known as Papa Hadrianus, was the 95th pope
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Paschal
St Paschal I was the 98th pope who found the body of Saint Cecilia
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Benedict
Benedict IV was the first pope in the 10th century and the 117th pope
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Sylvester
Sylvester III was considered an Anti-Pope whose election validity is questioned
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John Paul
St John Paul II, born Karol Jozef Wojtyla was the first non-Italian pope since Adrian VI, last pope of the 2nd millennium
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Francis
Francis, born Jorge Mario Bergoglio is the current pope, an Argentinian, and the first pope born outside of Europe since Gregory III
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Lando
Pope Lando was the 121st pope, the sixth pope in the 10th century
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Martinian
Martinian was a Christian martyr of ancient Rome, buried in St. Peter’s Basilica
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Processus
Processus was a Christian martyr of ancient Rome, buried in St. Peter’s Basilica

Female Vatican City Dog Names

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Maria
Saint Maria Goretti was a virgin martyr of the Catholic church, one of the youngest canonized saints, only 11
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Matilda
Matilda di Canossa was the first woman to be buried in St. Peter’s Basilica
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Christina
Christina of Sweden, buried in St. Peter’s Basilica, was the queen of Sweden
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Charlotte
Queen Charlotte of Cyprus, buried in St. Peter’s Basilica, was the queen of Cyprus, Jerusalem, and Armenia
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Agnesina
Agnesina Colonna Caetani, buried in St. Peter’s Basilica, was a noblewoman and wife of General Onorato Caetani
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Clementina
Maria Clementina Sobieska, buried in St. Peter’s Basilica, was the wife of Prince James Stuart of England
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Petronilla
Saint Petronilla, buried in St. Peter’s Basilica, is a virgin martyr and a saint
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Helena
Saint Helena was the Empress of the Roman Empire and mother of Constantine the Great
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Liberata
Saint Liberata is a saint, a holy virgin, and a martyr
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Margaret
Saint Margaret of Fontana was the sister of the Third Order and a saint
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Oliva
Oliva of Brescia is a saint martyred under Hadrian
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Victoria
Saint Victoria is a venerated martyr and saint in the Catholic church
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Anatolia
Saint Anatolia is a venerated martyr and saint in the Catholic church
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Audax
Saint Audax is a venerated martyr and saint in the Catholic church
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Veridiana
Saint Veridiana is an Italian saint, canonized by Pope Clement VII
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Trofimena
Trofimena is a saint canonized in the Catholic church
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Tatiana
Saint Tatiana of Rome was a Christian martyr and a deaconess in early Christianity
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Sperandia
Sperandia is a saint venerated in the Roman Catholic Church
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Pudentiana
Pudentiana is a Christian saint and the martyress from the 2nd century
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Philomena
Saint Philomena was a consecrated virgin who died when she was only 13
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Plautilla
Plautilla was a Roman widow baptized by Saint Peter and later became a saint
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Angela
Angela of Foligno was a Franciscan tertiary, later a mystic and a saint
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Aurea
Saint Aurea of Ostia is a saint, a genuine martyr, and the patron saint of Ostia
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Josephine
Josephine Margaret Bakhita was a Sudanese-Italian sister, a former slave, and a saint
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Clelia
Saint Clelia Barbieri was the founder of the Little Sisters of the Mother of Sorrows, later venerated and canonized
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Bibiana
Saint Bibiana, also known as Viviana, is a Roman martyr and virgin
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Bona
Bona of Pisa was a Third order member of the Augustinian nuns, patron saint of travelers
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Virginia
Virginia Centurione Bracelli was a saint, canonized in 2003
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Benedetta
Saint Benedetta Cambiagio Frassinello was the founder of Benedictine Sisters of Providence
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Catherine
Saint Catherine of Siena was a theologian and Scholastic philosopher

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