Barbaro, Daniello all Italian theologian of the 16th century, a native of Venice, was coadjutor of the patriarch of Aquila. In 1548 he was sent on an embassy to Edward VI of England. He attended the Council of Trent, where he distinguished himself. He died in 1569, aged fifty-seven years. He wrote Graecorum Patrum Catena in Psalmos Quinquagita Davidis (Rome and Venice, 1588), and many other works. See. Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.