Definition of Pope Alexander VI
1. Noun. Pope and father of Cesare Borgia and Lucrezia Borgia (1431-1503).
Generic synonyms: Bishop Of Rome, Catholic Pope, Holy Father, Pontiff, Pope, Roman Catholic Pope, Vicar Of Christ
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Literary usage of Pope Alexander VI
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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1893)
"Pope Alexander VI. AND C.ESAR BORGIA: WERE THEY POISONED? " Let ns meet And question this most bloody piece of work, To know it farther. ..."
2. History of the Popes: Their Church and State by Leopold von Ranke, E. Fowler (1901)
"4 " This is the manner in which Pope Alexander VI came to his death : ' The cardinal ... Pope Alexander VI."
3. Essays in Historical Criticism by Edward Gaylord Bourne (1901)
"THE DEMARCATION LINE OF Pope Alexander VI.1 THE history of the Line of Demarcation established by Pope Alexander VI., separating the Spanish and Portuguese ..."
4. Essays in Historical Criticism by Edward Gaylord Bourne (1901)
"THE DEMARCATION LINE OF Pope Alexander VI.1 THE history of the Line of Demarcation established by Pope Alexander VL, separating the Spanish and Portuguese ..."
5. Beatrice D'Este, Duchess of Milan, 1475-1497: A Study of the Renaissance by Mrs. Julia Mary Cartwright Ady (1903)
"... affairs in Italy—Vacillating policy of Lodovico Sforza— Death of King Ferrante of Naples—Alliance between bis successor Alfonso and Pope Alexander VI. ..."
6. The Flatey Book and Recently Discovered Vatican Manuscripts Concerning by Rasmus Björn Anderson (1906)
"*f* 'í^ ^-^^«r^^t^CT^/U^VHW^ *Pope Alexander VI was born in 1431, and crowned Pope August 11, 1492. ..."