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      • Giovanni Borgia, "infans Romanus" ("Child of Rome", c. 1498–1548) had his paternity acknowledged by both Alexander and Cesare in two separate Papal bulls, but it was rumoured that he was the child of Lucrezia and Perotto. The child (identified in later life as Lucrezia's half-brother) was most likely the result of a liaison between Rodrigo Borgia (Pope Alexander VI, Lucrezia's father) and an unknown mistress and was not Lucrezia's child.
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  1. Juan Borgia (1498-1548) - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    5 days ago · Juan Borgia o Juan de Borja (marzo de 1498– Génova, noviembre de 1547), duque de Nepi y Camerino, llamado Infans Romanus («el niño de Roma»). Índice 1 Confusión de personas e identidades

  2. House of Borgia - Wikipedia

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    5 days ago · It is likely that Cesare had them killed as an affair would have damaged the negotiations being conducted for another marriage. During this time rumors were also spread suggesting that a child born at this time, Giovanni Borgia, also known as the Infans Romanus (child of Rome) was Lucrezia's.

    • R.N. Borja; took over 2020; direct line extinct
    • 1455
  3. Lucrezia Borgia - Wikipedia

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    Mar 29, 2021 · Giovanni Borgia, "infans Romanus" ("Child of Rome", c. 1498–1548) had his paternity acknowledged by both Alexander and Cesare in two separate Papal bulls, but it was rumoured that he was the child of Lucrezia and Perotto. The child (identified in later life as Lucrezia's half-brother) was most likely the result of a liaison between Rodrigo Borgia (Pope Alexander VI, Lucrezia's father) and an unknown mistress and was not Lucrezia's child.

    • Convent of Corpus Domini
    • 18 April 1480, Subiaco
    • 25 January 1505 – 24 June 1519
    • 24 June 1519 (aged 39), Ferrara
  4. Sessualità e religioni - Wikipedia

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    5 days ago · Ebbe infine altri due figli da donne sconosciute: Giovanni Borgia (1498-1547/1549) detto Infans Romanus, che secondo alcuni sarebbe in realtà figlio illegittimo di Lucrezia Borgia e di Pedro Calderón, il paggio del Papa.

  5. The History Blog » Blog Archive » Getty acquires rediscovered ...

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    Mar 31, 2021 · The author was likely Giovanni Francesco Loredan, one of a close-knit group of writers, artists, musicians, librettists, and patrons who were associated with Artemisia during her Venetian sojourn. It is highly probable that the Getty’s Lucretia is the same painting praised in the poems published in Venice in 1627.

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