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By Christopher Hibbert

The identify Borgia is synonymous with the corruption, nepotism, and greed that have been rife in Renaissance Italy. The robust, voracious Rodrigo Borgia, larger identified to historical past as Pope Alexander VI, was once the significant determine of the dynasty. of his seven papal offspring additionally rose to energy and reputation - Lucrezia Borgia, his daughter, whose husband used to be famously murdered by means of her brother; and that brother, Cesare, who served because the version for Niccolo Machiavelli's The Prince. infamous for seizing energy, wealth, land, and titles via bribery, marriage, and homicide, the dynasty's dramatic upward push from its Spanish roots to its career of the top place in Renaissance society kinds a gripping story.

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Necesse ergo eSt ut quod Deus facit tale sit ut in genere suo melius esse non possit. Fecit ergo hominem qui peccare et non peccare posset. Maioris enim preStantie eSt posse peccare et non peccare et liberum habendo arbitrium se ad utrurnlibet habere quam solummodo alterum posse. Denique preStantioris essentie 30 eSt posse uti et non uti ratione. Alterum habet se ad utrumque, alterum se habet solummodo ad alterum. la uti uero ratione melius eSt quam non uti ratione, et homo qui poterat uti et non uti ratione, quod peius esse sciebat facit, quod melius esse sciebat non fecit, iuSte a Deo poenam meruit.

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Prov. XXI 30. 29 Matt. VII 6 qui~us DISPUTE OF A CHRISTIAN WITH A HEATHEN 73 Mox nescio quis sedens circa illum intulit: Assumo personam discere uolentis discipuli et tu personam sume docentis magistri nee inuidentis. DISCIPULUS. ~ero utrum ad salutem anime sit omnino necessarium credere in deitatis unitate personarum trinitatem. Neque enim omnes qui salui fiunt hoc uerbum capiunt, nee edam quid sit in Deum credere sciunt, et tamen salui fiunt. In lege ubi scriptum est quia per Moysen dixit Deus: Audi, Israel, Dominus Deus 1 ttttts Deus unus eft, non est appositum 'trinus et unus': et ideo quia ut adderetur non fuit necessarium.

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