The Borgias and Their Enemies

The Borgias and Their Enemies

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The name Borgia is synonymous with the corruption, nepotism and greed that were rife in Renaissance Italy. Notorious for seizing power, wealth, land and titles through bribery, marriage and murder, the dynasty's dramatic rise from its Spanish roots to its occupation of the highest position in Renaissance society forms a gripping tale. Erudite, witty and always insightful, Hibbert removes the layers of myth around the Borgia family and creates a portrait alive with a superb sense of character and place.
Publisher: Bath, England : Chivers Audio Books, p2011
Description: 8 sound cassettes (560 min.) : analog
ISBN: 9781445875569
Additional Contributors: Telfer, John, 1952-


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