Camillo

Camillo may refer to:

As a given name:

  • Camillo Agrippa, Italian Renaissance fencer, architect, engineer and mathematician
  • Camillo Almici (1714–1779), Italian priest, theologian and literary critic
  • Camillo Astalli (1616-1663), Italian cardinal
  • Camillo Benso, conte di Cavour (1810-1861), a leading figure in the movement toward Italian unification, founder of the original Italian Liberal Party and Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Piedmont-Sardinia
  • Camillo Berlinghieri (1590 or 1605-1635), Italian painter
  • Camillo Berneri (1897-1937), Italian professor of philosophy, anarchist militant, propagandist and theorist
  • Camillo Boccaccino (c. 1504–1546), Italian painter
  • Camillo Boito (1836–1914), Italian architect, engineer, art critic, art historian and novelist
  • Camillo Borghese, 6th Prince of Sulmona (1775-1832), brother-in-law of Napoleon
  • Camillo Camilli (c. 1704–1754), master luthier
  • Camillo Castiglioni (1879–1957), Italian-Austrian financier and banker
  • Camillo Federici (1749–1802), Italian dramatist and actor
  • Camillo Golgi (1843-1926), Italian physician, pathologist, scientist, and Nobel laureate
  • Camillo Jerusalem (1914-1979), Austrian football player
  • Camillo Laurenti (1861—1938), Italian Roman Catholic cardinal
  • Count Camillo Marcolini (1739-1814), minister and general director of the fine arts for the Electorate, later Kingdom of Saxony
  • Camillo Mariani (1565–1611), Italian sculptor
  • Camillo Massimo (1620–1677), Italian cardinal
  • Camillo Mastrocinque (1901–1969), Italian film director and screenwriter
  • Camillo Mazzella (1833-1900), Italian Jesuit theologian and cardinal
  • Camillo Olivetti (1868-1943), Italian electrical engineer and founder of Olivetti & Co., SpA.
  • Camillo Pacetti (1758-1826), Italian sculptor
  • Camillo Francesco Maria Pamphili (1622-1666), Italian cardinal and nobleman
  • Camillo Pilotto (1890–1963), Italian film actor
  • Camillo Procaccini (1551–1629), Italian painter
  • Camillo Rizzi (1580–1618), Italian painter
  • Camillo Róndani (1808–1879), Italian entomologist
  • Camillo Ruini (born 1931), Italian Roman Catholic cardinal
  • Camillo Rusconi (1658–1728), Italian sculptor
  • Camillo Sitte (1843–1903), Austrian architect, painter and city planning theoretician
  • Camillo Sivori (1815–1894), Italian virtuoso violinist and composer
  • Camillo Tarquini (1810-1874), Italian cardinal, Jesuit canonist and archaeologist
  • Camillo Togni (1922-1993), Italian composer, teacher and pianist
  • Camillo Ugi (1884–1970), German football player
  • Camillo Walzel (1829–1895), German librettist and theatre director

As a surname:

  • Giulio Camillo (c. 1480-1554), Italian philosopher

Other uses:

  • Don Camillo, a fictional character
  • Camillo, Western Australia, a suburb of Perth
  • 3752 Camillo, an asteroid

Other articles related to "camillo":

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Camillo Massimo - Biography
... He succeeded at age 20 to the estate of his cousin Camillo, from whom he derived his name ... The elder Camillo had been the executor of the will of another great Roman collector, Marchese Vincenzo Giustiniani ... Back in Italy Monsignor Camillo Massimo retired in semi-exile - from 1658 until the end of the pontificate of Pope Clement IX in 1669 - in a town called Roccasecca, in his 'Palazzo baronale' ...
Camillo Sitte - Literature
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Count Camillo Marcolini
... Camillo Count Marcolini-Ferretti (April 2, 1739 in Fano July 10, 1814 in Prague) was a minister and general director of the fine arts for the Electorate, later ... The prince-elector Frederick Christian met Camillo's father in Rome and they agreed that in 1752 Camillo would be sent as donze to the Saxon court ... In Saxony, Camillo gained the prince-electors and future Frederick Augustus I of Saxony's trust ...