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|Influenced||André des Bordes|
|Manuscript(s)||MS 14/10 (ca. 1600)|
Camillo Palladini was a 16th or 17th century Italian fencing master. Nothing is known about his life other than what he wrote in his treatise. He seems to have been a professional fencing master, and his treatise (MS 14/10), written around the turn of the 17th century, seems to be a direct response to the writings of Camillo Agrippa a generation before.