Agostino Barbarigo (admiral)
Agostino Barbarigo (1518 – 9 October 1571) was a Venetian nobleman, who, as an experienced commander led the Christian left wing, during the Battle of Lepanto. Although his galleys were victorious, he was mortally wounded by an arrow in the right eye.
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