Barbo, Luigi an Italian prelate and historian, was born in 1381. He was the son of a Venetian senator of the family of Paul II. After having embraced a religious life, he instituted a reform among the pupils of St. Augustine, He assisted at the Council of Constance, and became bishop of Treviso, where he died in 1443. He wrote, History of the Reform of the Augustines: — Discourses: — and Meditations. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.