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  1. Feb 19, 2018 · Cesare Borgia is actually the illegitimate son of the pope, Alexander VI. 2 Thessalonians 2:10-12 And with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved. And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie:

  2. Death: 09/30/1572. Nationality (place of birth): Spain. Francis Borgia (1510-1572) gave up incredible wealth, power and privilege as a Spanish nobleman to enter the Society of Jesus where his experience brought him to leadership as the third superior general of the young Society of Jesus. The oldest son of the third duke of Gandía, Borgia was born in the family palace in Valencia.

  3. Mar 28, 2012 · This is a painting of Cesare Borgia, the man who influenced all European paintings, sculptures and carvings of Jesus. Many scholars believe the image of Jesus has been manipulated, skewed and outright fabricated. This article will address such an issue. Cesare Borgia was the Son of Pope Alexander VI. In fact, he was the popes most loved and ...

  4. › movies › the_borgias_107048The Borgias Quotes

    Rodrigo Borgia: [Watching a falcon attack a pigeon] Tou must get me a battalion of those birds. Micheletto: [after killing two men who threaten Ursula] Forgive me, sister. Sometimes goodness needs the help of a little badness. Cesare Borgia: Give me joy of my marriage, Father. I am an honest man at last.

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    Micheletto was born in Forli to Isabella Corella and an unnamed father. He killed his father "for many reasons" (in his words). He later left Forli, telling his mother that he was leaving to study to become a doctor.

    At the start of Season 1, Micheletto has trim hair and a short beard (presumably as part of his disguise as a kitchen worker.) As the show progresses, his hair and beard grow out, and by Season 3 he has long curly hair and an unkempt beard. He usually wears a tunic with a leather covering, a common outfit among the lower classes in Renaissance Italy.

    Micheletto is a cold, sociopathic killer who is skilled in the art of death. He killed his own father at a young age and has strangled babies in their cribs for some of his contracts. He is fiercely loyal to the Borgias and will do anything to keep them in power. He is an extremely close confidant of Cesare Borgia, and his devotion to him borders on romantic. However, he also has a softer side. Separating a baby from its parents is the one action that disgusts him. He is ironically good at caring for Lucrezia's baby, and he brutally kills the King of Naples when the king refuses to let Lucrezia see her child. Unlike his employers, Micheletto is homosexual. It is implied that death and sexuality are intertwined for him, since he makes out with a man in a graveyard and seems to get off of stabbing a French prisoner slowly up close. His hidden sexuality contributes to his aggression and desire to "punish the world" for being cruel to people like him.

    Micheletto's character could possibly be a nod to the Assassin's Creedfranchise, which also takes place in Renaissance Italy and features the Borgias as the main antagonists.
    In real life, Micheletto was from Valencia, Spain, and he and Cesare were friends since childhood. They attended the University of Pisa together. Micheletto also stayed by Cesare's side till his de...
  5. Borgia is a French-German-Czech historical drama television series created by Tom Fontana. The show recounts the Borgia family's rise to power and subsequent domination of the Papal States during the Renaissance.

  6. Aug 02, 2016 · Herodotus, an ancient historian, described exactly what the ancient Egyptians and Hebrews looked like, which he witnessed with his own eyes. Herodotus, who visited Egypt about 457 BC, says in Book II: [The Nubians, the Egyptians, and the Ethiopians have broad noses, thick lips, woolly hair, and they are burnt of skin.]

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