Alternate names/spellings: Gasparinus de Bergamo, Gasparinus Barzizius, Gasparinus Bergomensis, Gasparinus Pergamensis

Dates: 1360 - 1431 () 

Gasparino Barzizza (c. 1360 – c. 1431) was an Italian grammarian and teacher noted for introducing a new style of epistolary Latin inspired by the works of Cicero. With Pier Paolo Vergerio the Elder, he was influential in the development of humanism at Padua. As one of the first Italian Humanists, he taught rhetoric, grammar, and moral philosophy with the aim of reviving Latin literature.

Resources: ALIM (Archivio della latinità italiana del Medioevo)