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Portrait of Cesare Borgia (1475 or 1476 - 1507) by anonymous painter, Palazzo Venezia Rome

Portrait of Cesare Borgia (1475 or 1476 - 1507) by anonymous painter, Palazzo Venezia Rome

Cesare Borgia (far left) and Macchiavelli, Cardinal Borgia (a young relative of Rodrigo) and Michelotto Corella. (1500)

A Point of View: Why getting the sack was good for Machiavelli

Cesare Borgia (far left) and Macchiavelli, Cardinal Borgia (a young relative of Rodrigo) and Michelotto Corella. (1500)

Either Cesare, or nothing.

THE SULPHUROUS PRINCE OF POWER

Either Cesare, or nothing.

Portrait of Cesare Borgia by Altobello Melone c. 1510. If only I could find a good biography on him, I'd love to teach a brief class on the Borgis.

Portrait of Cesare Borgia by Altobello Melone c. 1510. If only I could find a good biography on him, I'd love to teach a brief class on the Borgis.

Cesare Borgia, anon (c. 1500-10). Profile portrait, Palazzo Venezia, Rome. Possibly a copy of an original contemporary portrait. Paolo Giovio's engraving is based on this or the lost original.

Cesare Borgia, anon (c. 1500-10). Profile portrait, Palazzo Venezia, Rome. Possibly a copy of an original contemporary portrait. Paolo Giovio's engraving is based on this or the lost original.

Cesare Borgia (1475-1507) as cardinal. August 17, 1498, Cesare resigns his Cardinalcy!

Cesare Borgia (1475-1507) as cardinal. August 17, 1498, Cesare resigns his Cardinalcy!

Anonymous lombardo sec. XVI, portrait of Cesare Borgia, also attributed to Andrea Meldolla said Schiavone, unknown location

Anonymous lombardo sec. XVI, portrait of Cesare Borgia, also attributed to Andrea Meldolla said Schiavone, unknown location

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