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Material for a history of Pope Alexander VI, his relatives, and his time
Peter De Roo
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De Roo: Alexander VI. Material for a History of Pope Alexander VI., his Relatives and his Time. By the Right Reverend Monsignor PETER DE Roo.
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Like his uncle before him, the now year-old Rodrigo Borgia successfully bribed a majority of cardinals for their votes and was coronated Pope Alexander VI within months of Pope Innocent VIII’s death.
Now in office, Pope Alexander VI used his influence to grow the Borgia family’s power and wealth — and his own. Pope Alexander VI, born as Rodrigo de Borja, came from a prominent family in Spain, the Borgia. He was ordained as a deacon when his uncle, Pope Calistus III, won the papacy. Rodrigo worked in.
An orgy-loving Pope, his incestuous daughter, and how the Borgias - focus of a major new TV series - created the bloodiest soap opera in history By Annabel Venning for MailOnline Updated: A lot of noble and royal families in Latin Europe (Spain, France and Italy) can trace their lineage back to pope Alexander VI, either through his son Cesare (whose daughter Charlotte married into the Bourbon family in France), his daughter Lucrezi.
Pope Alexander VI: A Spanish-born pontiff from the powerful Borgia family, Pope Alexander VI was infamous for his libertine behavior and latter was unsurprising — after all, his.
Alexander VI, corrupt, wordly, and ambitious pope (–), whose neglect of the spiritual inheritance of the church contributed to the development of the Protestant Reformation. His pursuit of political goals and unremitting efforts to aggrandize his family were seen as excessive.
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Unlike the TV series of the same name, Alexandre Dumas writes of the historic events concerning Enrico Borgia, Pope Alexander VI and his family.
A great deal of the book dwells on the activities of the son, Cesar Borgia, and his influence on Europe, particularly Italy, during the late 15th to early 16th century/5(86).
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Borgia Family, descendants of a noble line, originally from Valencia, Spain, that established roots in Italy and became prominent in ecclesiastical and political affairs in the s and s.
The house of Borgias produced two popes and many other political and church leaders. The Banquet of Chestnuts (or Ballet of Chestnuts) was a fête in Rome, and particularly a supper purportedly held in the Papal Palace by former Cardinal Cesare Borgia, son of Pope Alexander VI on 30 October An account of the banquet is preserved in a Latin diary by Protonotary Apostolic and Master of Ceremonies Johann Burchard (it is titled Liber Notarum), but its accuracy is disputed.
Following the murder of his brother inCesare became the sole Borgia heir. The problem was, he was a Cardinal, and Cardinals couldn’t have legitimate heirs. This was a problem for Pope Alexander VI, who wanted his family to start a dynasty and go down in history.
Alexander VI and his family are the subjects of Mario Puzo's final novel The Family (), as well as Robert Rankin's humorous and fictionalized novel The Antipope. The Borgia Bride () is a historical fiction by Jeanne Kalogridis, told from the perspective of Sancha of Aragon, married to the Pope's youngest son Gioffre Borgia.
Alexander VI was a pope who lived during the 15 th century, when Italy was experiencing the is considered to be one of the most controversial popes in the history of the Roman Catholic d of focusing on spiritual matters, Alexander was more concerned with material wealth and earthly power.
Monsignor Peter de Roo (), Material for a History of Pope Alexander VI, His Relatives and His Time, 5 vols.), Bruges, Desclée, De Brouwer, vol. 5, p. HathiTrust has no preview, but does allow basic searches to find frequency and page number of specific words and phrases for all five volumes.
Alexander VI. Pope Alexander VI () was, it is almost universally agreed, the nadir of the papacy. Rodrigo Borgia, of Spanish extraction, sired heirs, lavished gifts on his family. Alexander VI had four acknowledged children, three males and one female.
Alexander VI was himself known as a corrupt pope bent on his family's political and material success, to an even greater extent than Sixtus IV had been. It was no secret that Alexander VI's oldest son Cesare, was a murderer, and had killed many of his political opponents.
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Bruges: Desclee, De Brouwer & Co., ), p. ; and Pius Bonifatius Gams, Series episcoporum Ecclesiae catholicae (3 v. in 1. Graz: Akademische Druck- u. The Lives of Pope Alexander VI and His Son Caesar Borgia. Campbell. Paul & Co. Peter De Roo. Material for a History of Pope Alexander VI: His Relatives and His Time.
Desclée, De Brouwer and Co. AUTHORITIES. Below are references indicating presence of this name in another database or other reference material. Most of. When Columbus returned to Spain inPope Alexander VI rejected the claims of other nations and issued a papal bull that gave the New World to Spain.
In return, the Spanish announced that all indigenous people of the Americas had to convert to Christianity or be forced into slavery, a law that led to the extinction of countless people and.
Material for a history of Pope Alexander VI, his relatives, and his time / by: De Roo, Peter,Published: () Les droits du Saint-Siége Alexandre VI et César Borgia: étude historique et politique / by: La Rochelle, E.
Published: (). On Augat 61 years of age, Rodrigo was elevated as Pope Alexander VI. In the initial years after assuming papacy, he maintained the strict administration of justice and orderly government. Soon, however, he started to bestow lands, power, and wealth to his relatives.
Pope Alexander VI and his court; extracts from the Latin diary of Johannes Burchardus Contributor Names Burchard, Johann, Glaser, F. Created / Published New York, F.
Pope Alexander VI, born Rodrigo de Borja (Valencian: Roderic Llançol i de Borja [roðeˈɾiɡ ʎanˈsɔl i ðe ˈbɔɾdʒa], Spanish: Rodrigo Lanzol y de Borja [roˈðɾiɣo lanˈθol i ðe ˈβoɾxa]; 1 January – 18 August ), was Pope from 11 August until his death in Born into the prominent Borgia family in Xàtiva in the Crown of Aragon (now Spain), Rodrigo studied.
The alternate papal claimants have become known in history as antipopes. The Avignon popes were dismissed by Rome early on, but the Pisan popes were included in the Annuario Pontificio as popes until the midth century.
Thus the Borgia pope Alexander VI took his regnal name in sequence after the Pisan anti-pope Alexander V. Alexander VI, born Rodrigo Borja, was elected pope in the papal conclave.
This conclave was a fairly normal affair, with the cardinals electing one of their own to the papacy. So, in order to answer the question of how Borja became Pope, it’s.
Pope Alexander VI also Alexander Sextus, born Roderic Llançol i de Borja (1 January – 18 August ) was pope from until his death in He is one of the most controversial of the Renaissance popes, and his Italianized catalan surname Borgia became a byword for libertinism and nepotism, which are traditionally considered as.
From Pope Alexander VI to Pope John XXIII, the history of the papacy is a succession of scoundrels and saints Don Lattin, Chronicle Religion Writer. Alexander VI, (January 1, - Aug ) pope (), born Rodrigo Borgia[?] (), is the most memorable of the corrupt and secular popes of the was born at Xativa[?], near Valencia in Spain, and his father's surname was Lanzol or Llancol; that of his mother's family, Borgia or Borja[?], was assumed by him on the elevation of his maternal uncle to the papacy as.
Pope Adrian VI (Latin: Hadrianus VI; Dutch: Adrianus/Adriaan VI), born Adriaan Florensz Boeyens (2 March – 14 September ), was head of the Catholic Church and ruler of the Papal States from 9 January until his death on 14 September The only Dutchman so far to become pope, he was the last non-Italian pope until Polish John Paul II, years later.
Quite possibly the most infamous Pope of Pop Culture, Pope Alexander VI (1 January – 18 August ), born Rodrigo Borgia, was Pope from to His Papacy is considered the height of the Catholic Church's debauchery in the Renaissance, and his extravagances helped to trigger it and the Reformation shortly thereafter.
Pope Pius III (9 May – 18 October ), born Francesco Todeschini, was head of the Catholic Church and ruler of the Papal States from 22 September to his death. He had one of the shortest pontificates in papal history.
Francesco was the nephew of Pope Pius II, who granted him the use of the family name "Piccolomini", and appointed the twenty-one-year old Francesco as Archbishop of.
It’s a bit difficult to judge. The Borgia family had a lot of enemies before Rodrigo’s ascension to the throne of St-Peter, and made a lot more during is years as Pope. The Borgia papacy was definitely a corrupted and morally unstable time in the history of the church. Pope Alexander VI and his son Cesare however, are the center of the book.
A decent history for someone who knows nothing about the Borgia family but the vague rumors that cling to them even today, "The Borgias" is not a particularly groundbreaking or interesting history.
It's overall focus is the military conquests and power games of Alexander.History Early history. The Borja was a noble house with origin in the town of Borja (Zaragoza) in the then Crown of were numerous unsubstantiated claims that the family was of Jewish origin.
These underground rumours were propagated by, among others, Giuliano della Rovere, and the family was frequently described as marranos by political opponents. There is actually a book on this, aptly titled: “The Bad Popes”.
It details the lives of the eight “worst” popes who, according to the wiki entry about the book, are: –Pope Stephen VI (–), who had his predecessor Pope Formosus exhumed, tried, de-fingered, briefly reburied, and thrown in the Tiber.
–Pope John XII (–), who gave land to a mistress, murdered several.