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Latest revision as of 02:41, 15 October 2020

Pieter Bailly
Born 1554
Antwerp, Netherlands
Died after 1608
Amsterdam, Netherlands (?)
Occupation
Nationality Dutch
Alma mater University of Leiden
Influences Ludolph van Ceulen
Influenced Gérard Thibault d'Anvers
Genres Fencing manual
Language Dutch
Notable work(s) Cort Bevvijs' Van t'Rapier alleen
Manuscript(s) MS KB.72.F.37 (1602-1608)
First printed
english edition
Galas and Steenput, 2011

Pieter Bailly (1554-after 1608) was a 17th century Dutch artist and fencing master.

Treatise

Additional Resources

  • Galas, S. Matt and Steenput, Eli. "The Cort Bewijs of Pieter Bailly: A Dutch Rapier Manual, Circa 1602 – 1608." Arts de Combat. Théorie et pratique en Europe XIVe-XXe siècle. Ed. Fabrice Cognot. Burgundy: De Taille et d'Estoc, 2011. ISBN 2-907594-10-9

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