Giuseppe Rosaccio (approx. 1530 - 1620) was a Venetian physician and geographer. Little appears to be known about his early life and education. He produced a number of works disseminating new knowledge (to a lay audience, using the Italian vernacular) on an array of subjects, including essays on Islam. He remains best known for his texts on geography, cosmography, and astronomy, which were popular and republished in multiple editions.