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  1. Many claim that the later paintings of "Jesus Christ" are based on Cesare Borgia, which in turn may have influenced the majority of the portraits of Christ created from that point onwards. History bears witness to the millions killed for NOT worshiping the false created image of a European Christ.

  2. Apr 30, 2020 · Why is Cesare Borgia such a significant example for Machiavelli in The Prince? What does this example say about Machiavelli’s understanding of religion and the role of the Catholic Church, since Borgia was the illegitimate son of pope Alexander VI? Finally, how does the example of Cesare Borgia relate to Machiavelli’s understanding of the battle […]

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  4. What does this example say about Machiavelli’s understanding of religion and the role of the Catholic Church, since Borgia was the illegitimate son of pope Alexander VI? Finally, how does the example of Cesare Borgia relate to Machiavelli’s understanding of the battle between fortune and virtue?

  5. Description. Why is Cesare Borgia such a significant example for Machiavelli in The Prince? What does this example say about Machiavelli’s understanding of religion and the role of the Catholic Church, since Borgia was the illegitimate son of pope Alexander VI?

  6. Pope Alexander VI's solution was to have every image of the real Jesus destroyed and literally had the Vatican gutted and redone. He commissioned Leonardo Di Vinci to recast Jesus in the image of his son Cesare Borgia with the express intent of passing off historical Jesus as European in appearance.