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For the Puerto Rican politician; See Antonio Rafael Barceló

Portrait of Antonio Barceló.

Don Antonio Barceló (1 January 1717, in Palma, Majorca – 30 January 1797, in idem) (in Spanish Antonio Barceló y Pont de la Terra, in Catalan Antoni Barceló i Pont de la Terra) was a Spanish Balearic mariner, lieutenant general (equivalent to Admiral) of the Spanish Royal Armada.

He is famous for his anti-Algerian privateer campaigns, bombardments of Algiers and use of Floating Batteries during the Great Siege of Gibraltar.

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