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Definition of the noun alexander vi
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- Pope and father of Cesare Borgia and Lucrezia Borgia (1431-1503)
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by Joseph Timothy Haydn
Alexander VI. 1048.
With the Progress of Literature, Ancient and Modern; Bibliographical Illustrations, Etc. Etc by Charles Henry Timperley
and the infamous Lucretia of Alexander VI.: even the corrupt Romans of the day were capable of expressing ...
Encyclopedia of Catholicism (2006)
by Frank K. Flinn
Alexander VI, Pope the curriculum and stimulated the ferment that was later known as the CAROLINGIAN RENAISSANCE. Alcuin was born in Northumbria and educated at the cathedral school of York. In 782 Charlemagne invited him to ...
by Silvio A. Beding
Lest any doubts arise regarding Spanish sovereignty over newly discovered lands that might lie in the region of the Indies earlier assigned to the Portuguese, Alexander VI issued on September 26, 1493, the bull Dudum siquidem, which ...
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Anagrams of ALEXANDER VI
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- ALEXANDER IV
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