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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

Cesare Borgia (1475-1507), Duke of Valentinois (oil on canvas) (b/w photo) Italian School 15th century

Cesare Borgia Duke of Valentinois (oil on canvas) (b/w photo) Italian School century

Detail of Virgin de los CaballerosCesare Borgia shown stabbing Juan Borgia

Borgias Never Forgive

Detail of Virgin de los CaballerosCesare Borgia shown stabbing Juan Borgia

Lucretia herself came into the world April 18, 1480. This exact date is given in a Valencian document. Her father was then forty-nine and her mother thirty-eight years of age. The Roman or Spanish astrologers cast the horoscope of the child according to the constellation which was in the ascendancy, and congratulated Cardinal Rodrigo on the brilliant career foretold for his daughter by the stars.

thehouseofborgia: “ Lucretia herself came into the world April This exact date is given in a Valencian document. Her father was then forty-nine and her mother thirty-eight years of age.

Portrait of Cesare Borgia (1475-1507)  Italian  Date: around 1500?  Subject heading: Painting   class: Panel Painting

Portrait of Cesare Borgia Italian Date: around Subject heading: Painting class: Panel Painting

The Borgia Apartments In The Vatican | Detail of the figure said to be Juan Borgia in The Disputation of St Catherine by Pinturicchio

Juan Borgia Duke of Gandia Pinturicchio from the Secret Borgia Apartments in the VaticaN

César Borgia. Duque de Valentinois

Cesare Borgia as the Duca Valentino by Bartolomeo Veneto of about 1505

Gioffre Borgia (born 1481 or 1482; died 1516 or 1517), also known as Goffredo or Jofré Borja, was the youngest son of Pope Alexander VI and Vannozza dei Cattanei, and a member of the House of Borgia. He was the youngest brother of Cesare, Giovanni, and Lucrezia Borgia. At 12 Gioffre married 16 year old Sancha of Aragon, daughter of Alfonso II of Naples, obtaining as dowry both the Principality of Squillace, and after a period of political turmoil in the Kingdom of Naples, the Duchy of Alvito…

Gioffre de Candia Borgia, was the youngest son of Pope Alexander VI and Vannozza dei Cattanei, and a member of the House of Borgia. He was the youngest brother of Cesare, Giovanni, and Lucrezia Borgia.

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