House of Acquaviva
The House of Acquaviva is an aristocratic Italian family from Naples. The head of the family was Duke of Atri in the Abruzzo from the 15th century, and Count of Conversano after an Orsini family marriage in 1546, among other titles. Among its members are:
- Andrea Matteo Acquaviva (1456–1528), Duca d'Atri, Italian writer
- Belisario Acquaviva (c. 1460–1528), his younger brother
- Claudio Acquaviva (1543–1615), fifth general of the Society of Jesus
- Francesco Acquaviva (1665 – 1723), cardinal.
- Giovanni Vincenzo Acquaviva d'Aragona, (between 1490 and 1495-1546), cardinal
- Giulio Antonio Acquaviva (c. 1420–1481), Italian nobleman and condottiere
- Giulio Acquaviva d'Aragona (1546–1574), cardinal, brother of Rudolfo, nephew of Claudio and Giovanni Vincenzo.
- Rodolfo Acquaviva (1550–1583), Jesuit missionary and martyr in India
- Troiano Acquaviva d’Aragona