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The Borgias is a historical-fiction drama television series created by Neil Jordan; it debuted in 2011 and was canceled in 2013. The series is set in Renaissance -era Italy and follows the Borgia family in their scandalous ascension to the papacy.
Borgia is a French-German-Czech-Italian historical drama television series created by Tom Fontana for Canal+, ZDF, ORF, and Sky Italia. The show recounts the Borgia family's rise to power and subsequent domination of the Papal States during the Renaissance .
Borgia is a French-German-Czech-Italian historical drama television series created by Tom Fontana for Canal+, ZDF, ORF, and Sky Italia. The show recounts the Borgia family's rise to power and subsequent domination of the Papal States during the Renaissance.
After discovering that Naples has been devastated by plague, he has Prince Alfonso II killed, but ends up catching the plague himself. Darwin Shaw as Augustino, a childhood friend of Micheletto . The two briefly resume a passionate and intense romance, but Augustino's betrothal to a baker's daughter deeply hurts Michelotto.
Alfonso of Aragon, Duke of Bisceglie and Prince of Salerno of the House of Trastámara, was the illegitimate son of Alfonso II King of Naples and his mistress Trogia Gazzela. His father, cousin of Ferdinand II King of Aragon, abdicated in favour of his legitimate son Ferdinand II of Naples.
Adaptation of Paul Abbott's British series of the same name and features an ensemble cast led by William H. Macy and Emmy Rossum.
This article is about the kingdom from 1816 to 1860. For the kingdom from 1130 to 1282, see Kingdom of Sicily.
Engaged to Alfonso di Ercole II d'Este, but died before the marriage •Francesco (March 25, 1541 – October 19, 1587) Cosimo's successor as Grand Duke of Tuscany •Isabella (31 August 1542 – 16 July 1576) was murdered by her husband Paolo Giordano I Orsini because of infidelity •Giovanni (28 September 1543 – November 1562)