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Love will not save us, Cesare. Politics just might.

13 September 1475 - Birth of Cesare Borgia

Cesare Borgia (13 September 1475 or April 1476 – 12 March 1507), Duke of Valentinois, was a Valencian condottiero, nobleman, politician, and cardinal. He was the son of Pope Alexander VI of Spain and his long-term mistress Vannozza dei Cattanei. He was the brother to Lucrezia Borgia, (Juan) Giovanni Borgia, Duke of Gandia, and Gioffre Borgia (Jofré in Valencian), Prince of Squillace . He was half-brother to Don Pedro Luis de Borja (1460–1481) and Girolama de Borja, children of unknown mothers.

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amargazit:

Cesare and a flame what a magical combination..

.i ll gonna capture all moments with it.

sanshastark:

get to know me meme;

[1/10] favorite relationships » cesare and lucrezia (the borgias)

↳  ” …The only thing that never tires me is you.. Can you tell me why we’re cursed with this feeling that feels so natural, and good? When we’re together, God seems to sit in the room with us. And when you’re away, I manage to forget you. And then…one touch of your hand and God comes rushing back. “

amargazit:

Together we will rull the world my son !!!

heylittlewitch:

not everyone can love like that

theborgiasita:

Happy birthday, Cesare Borgia! (b. 13 September 1475)

When all the actions of the duke are recalled, I do not know how to blame him, but rather it appears to me, as I have said, that I ought to offer him for imitation to all those who, by the fortune or the arms of others, are raised to government. Because he, having a lofty spirit and far-reaching aims, could not have regulated his conduct otherwise, and only the shortness of the life of Alexander and his own sickness frustrated his designs. Therefore, he who considers it necessary to secure himself in his new principality, to win friends, to overcome either by force or fraud, to make himself beloved and feared by the people, to be followed and revered by the soldiers, to exterminate those who have power or reason to hurt him, to change the old order of things for new, to be severe and gracious, magnanimous and liberal, to destroy a disloyal soldiery and to create new, to maintain friendship with kings and princes in such a way that they must help him with zeal and offend with caution, cannot find a more lively example than the actions of this man. Niccolò Machiavelli, The Prince {x}

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