Bartolomeo d’Aragona (English: Bartholomew) was a Sicilian statesman, the eldest son and heir of Vinciguerra d’Aragona. His surname derives from the fact that he was a great-great-grandson of Peter III of Aragon in the male line.
He succeeded his father as count of Cammarata in an unknown year. He was opposed to the succession of Martin I in 1390 and was appointed seneschal of Sicily on 10 July 1391 at a meeting of the baronage at Castelnuovo. In 1392 he added title to Ficarra, Galati, Calatabiano, and Noto to his résumé. He rebelled openly in 1393, but submitted in 1396 to the offer of Guglielmo Ventimiglia.