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"Retrato de César Bórgia".       (Cesare Borgia, Duca Valentino)             (by Altobello Melone). Galleria dell'Accademia Carrara.  Bérgamo, Itália.

"Retrato de César Bórgia". (Cesare Borgia, Duca Valentino) (by Altobello Melone). Galleria dell'Accademia Carrara. Bérgamo, Itália.

César Borgia, duc de Valentinois, portrait par un anonyme français du temps (Rome pal. de Venise) -César Borgia lui-même, après la mort de son père, tombe entre les mains de son ennemi Gonzalve de Cordoue qui l'envoie en Espagne (1504) où il meurt dans une embuscade 3 ans plus tard.

César Borgia, duc de Valentinois, portrait par un anonyme français du temps (Rome pal. de Venise) -César Borgia lui-même, après la mort de son père, tombe entre les mains de son ennemi Gonzalve de Cordoue qui l'envoie en Espagne (1504) où il meurt dans une embuscade 3 ans plus tard.

Either Cesare, or nothing.

THE SULPHUROUS PRINCE OF POWER

Either Cesare, or nothing.

Vanozza dei Cattanei, the mother of Rodrigo's favorite brood. Unfortunately for her she was shoved to the side and didn't have much involvement in their lives.

Vanozza dei Cattanei, the mother of Rodrigo's favorite brood. Unfortunately for her she was shoved to the side and didn't have much involvement in their lives.

Giovanni Borgia was the son of Pope Alexander VI. Possibly murdered by his brother Cesare Borgia.

Giovanni Borgia was the son of Pope Alexander VI. Possibly murdered by his brother Cesare Borgia.

Juan Borgia, (1474 - 1497) was the second Duke of Gandia, and the first and favorite son of Rodrigo Borgia - the Grand Master of the Templar Order - and his long-term mistress Vannozza dei Cattanei.

Juan Borgia, (1474 - 1497) was the second Duke of Gandia, and the first and favorite son of Rodrigo Borgia - the Grand Master of the Templar Order - and his long-term mistress Vannozza dei Cattanei.

"Despite the financial and moral corruption of some of the successors of St. Peter, none of them ever promulgated false teachings or attempted to rewrite the moral laws they themselves flouted in their personal lives!" (7 Things Every Catholic Should Know about the Papacy #3 - by Sr. Anne Flanagan, fsp

"Despite the financial and moral corruption of some of the successors of St. Peter, none of them ever promulgated false teachings or attempted to rewrite the moral laws they themselves flouted in their personal lives!" (7 Things Every Catholic Should Know about the Papacy #3 - by Sr. Anne Flanagan, fsp

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