|Named By:||S. Renesto in 1994|
|Time Period:||Late Triassic, 228-201 Ma|
|Location:||Austria - Seefeld Formation, Italy - Zorzino Limestone Formation|
|Size:||Roughly around 40 centimetres long including the tail, depending upon the species|
|Fossil(s):||Few individuals, ranging from partial to complete specimens|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Reptilia | Archosauromorpha | Prolacertiformes | Prolacertidae ||
Langobardisaurus ( , meaning Reptile of Langobardi, in reference to the Long Bearded People, an ancient Italian civilization) is an extinct genus of protorosaurian reptile, with one known species L. pandolfii. Its fossils have been found in Italy and Austria, and it lived during the Late Triassic period, roughly 228 to 201 million years ago. The Langobardisaurus was first discovered by Italian paleontologist Silvio Renesto in 1994 from the Calcare di Zorzino Formation in Northern Italy.