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Ottavio, the Italian form of Octavius, may refer to: *
Ottavio Leoni Ottavio Leoni (1578–1630) was an Italian Italian may refer to: * Anything of, from, or related to the country and nation of Italy ** Italians, an ethnic group or simply a citizen of the Italian Republic ** Italian language, a Romance language ...

Ottavio Leoni
, Italian painter *
Ottavio Rinuccini Ottavio Rinuccini (20 January 1562 – 28 March 1621) was an Italian poet, courtier, and opera libretto, librettist at the end of the Renaissance music, Renaissance and beginning of the Baroque music, Baroque eras. In collaborating with Jacopo Per ...
(1562–1621), Italian composer *
Ottavio Piccolomini Ottavio Piccolomini, 1st Duke of Amalfi (11 November 1599 – 11 August 1656) was an Italian people, Italian nobleman whose military career included service as a Spanish general and then as a Generalfeldmarschall, field marshal of the Holy Roman E ...

Ottavio Piccolomini
, (1599–1656), Italian nobleman and general *
Giuseppe Ottavio Pitoni Giuseppe Ottavio Pitoni (Rieti, 18 March 1657 – Rome, 1 February 1743) was an Italian organist and composer. He became one of the leading musicians in Rome during the late Baroque era, the first half of the 18th century. Life Taken to Rome as an ...
(1657–1734), Italian composer *
Ottavio Cinquanta Ottavio Cinquanta (born 15 August 1938, in Rome) is former President of the International Skating Union and a former member of the International Olympic Committee. He held the ISU position from 1994 to 2016 and the IOC position since 1996. In 2 ...
, the President of the International Skating Union * Don Ottavio, a character in Mozart's opera ''
Don Giovanni ''Don Giovanni'' (; K. 527; complete title: , literally ''The Rake __NOTOC__ Rake may refer to: * Rake (character), a man habituated to immoral conduct * Rake (theatre), the artificial slope of a theatre stage Science and technology * Rake rec ...

Don Giovanni
'' * One of the male
innamorati ''Gli Innamorati'' (, meaning "The Lovers") were stock characters within the theatre style known as commedia dell'arte, who appeared in 16th century Italy. In the plays, everything revolved around the Lovers in some regard. These dramatic and posh ...
of the commedia {{given name, nocat Italian masculine given names