Gioacchino Navarro (1748–1813) was the Conventional Parish Priest of the Order of St. John, Malta. He studied both Latin and Greek. He is known in Malta for It-Tliet Għanjiet bil-Malti (The Three Rhymes in Maltese), that come to public for the first time by F. E. G. De St Priest on Malte par un Voyageur Français, in 1791.
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