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  1. Cesare Borgia - Wikipedia › wiki › Cesare_Borgia

    Cesare Borgia kreeg een uitstekende opleiding: hij leerde Spaans, Italiaans, Frans, Grieks en Latijn, bestudeerde de klassieke literatuur en werd ingeleid in de wereld van muziek en kunsten. De knaap van 15 jaar werd in 1491 benoemd tot bisschop van Pamplona , hoewel hij nog niet eens tot priester gewijd was.

  2. Cesare Borgia | Assassin's Creed Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Cesare

    Cesare Borgia (Valencian: Cèsar Borja; Spanish: Cesàr Borja; 1475 – 1507) was an Italian condottiero (military leader), nobleman, and politician. He was an illegitimate son of Rodrigo Borgia and a nemesis of the Assassin Ezio Auditore da Firenze. Like his father, he was a member of the Templar Order. Eventually, he became Captain General of the Papal armies, though he secretly plotted ...

  3. Cesare Borgia - Wikipedia › wiki › Cesare_Borgia

    Cesare Borgia nacque nella rocca abbaziale di Subiaco il 13 settembre 1475, primogenito del cardinale valenciano Rodrigo Llançol Borgia, nipote di papa Callisto III, e della sua amante lombarda Vannozza Cattanei, che da lui, oltre al già citato Cesare, ebbe Giovanni, Lucrezia e Goffredo.

  4. Cesare Borgia – Wikipedia › wiki › Cesare_Borgia

    Cesare Borgia (* 13.September 1475 in Rom oder Subiaco; † 12. März 1507 bei Viana, Navarra), 1.Herzog von Valentinois (als solcher il Valentino genannt) und der Romagna, Fürst von Andria und von Venafro, Graf von Diois, Herr von Piombino, Camerino und Urbino, Gonfaloniere und Feldhauptmann der Kirche, war ein italienischer Renaissancefürst, Feldherr, Kardinal und Erzbischof.

  5. House of Borgia - Wikipedia › wiki › House_of_Borgia

    Cesare died in 1507, at Viana Castle in Navarre, Spain, while besieging the rebellious army of Count de Lerín. The castle was held by Louis de Beaumont at the time it was besieged by Cesare Borgia and King John's army of 10,000 men in 1507. In order to attempt to breach the extremely strong, natural fortification of the castle, Cesare counted ...

  6. Charlotte of Albret - Wikipedia › wiki › Charlotte_of_Albret

    Charlotte of Albret (1480 – 11 March 1514), Dame de Châlus, was a wealthy French noblewoman of the Albret family. She was the sister of King John III of Navarre and the wife of the widely notorious Cesare Borgia, whom she married in 1499.

  7. César Borgia — Wikipédia › wiki › César_Borgia

    César Borgia Portrait de Cesare Borgia, duc de Valentinois. Naissance 13 septembre 1475 Rome, États pontificaux: Décès 12 mars 1507 (à 31 ans) Viana, Royaume de Navarre ...

  8. Lucrezia Borgia | Biography, Child, & Facts | Britannica › biography › Lucrezia-Borgia

    Lucrezia Borgia, Italian noblewoman and a central figure of the infamous Borgia family of the Italian Renaissance. Daughter of Pope Alexander VI and sister of Cesare, she is often accused of sharing in their many crimes and excesses but was more likely just an instrument for their ambitious projects.

  9. Lucrezia Borgia - Death, Family & Quotes - Biography › political-figure › lucrezia-borgia

    Dec 03, 2019 · Lucrezia Borgia was an Italian noblewoman and daughter of Pope Alexander VI. A notorious reputation precedes her, and she is inextricably, and perhaps unfairly, linked to the crimes and debauchery ...

  10. Borgia Family | History, Members, & Facts | Britannica › topic › Borgia-family

    Cesare Borgia (q.v.; c. 1475/76–1507), son of Rodrigo, achieved political power while ruthlessly attempting to establish a secular kingdom in central Italy. Lucrezia Borgia (q.v.; 1480–1519), a daughter of Rodrigo and a patron of the arts, became famous for her skill at political intrigue. The family produced many other persons of lesser ...

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