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The Apparition of the Virgin to Pope Calixtus III, Alfons de Borja (1378-1458) By Sano di Pietro

The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Pope Calistus III (Alphonso de Borgia, 1455-1458)

The posthumous retrial of Joan of Arc authorized by Pope Callixtus III, * Alfons de Borja) ca 1456

Fernando de Borja y Aragón Don Fernando de Borja y Aragón or Ferran de Borja y d'Aragón (1583 in Lisboa – 28 November 1665, in Madrid) was a Spanish noble from the House of Borja and the House of Castro. He was the III Count of Mayalde, Viceroy of the royal house, and the Prince of Esquilache.

Pope Callixtus III. From an engraving of 1580.

Österreichische Nationalbibliothek

Cardinal Gaspar de Borja (1580-1645).

Princeton University

Frederick II, King of Prussia, 1712-1786. Essai de critique sur le prince de Machiavel. A Londres, 1751. French translation of Machiavelli’s Il principe by Amelot de La Houssaye and Essai in parallel columns together with ms. annotations in ink headed ‘Différences entre cette édition a cette faite chez a Van Duren que l’on tient être l’originale.’ Call number: (Ex) 7510.606.36.12

Letter from Vanozza da Cattanei, the mistress of Pope Alexander VI. and mother of Cesare Borgia, to Pope Alexander VI. Date:15th century

National Gallery

Brooch of Pope Alexander VI

Enea Silvio Piccolomini receiving the cardinal's cap from Pope Callistus III, fresco by Pinturicchio, in the Piccolomini Library, Cathedral of Siena, 2002, Alinari Archives, Florence