And Pope Alexander VI had the painter Pinturicchio disguise his mistress as the Virgin Mary in one fresco.
Alexander VI displayed himself to the world, for whose opinion he had supreme contempt, as shamelessly and fearlessly as did Nero.
He conceived in the same manner the plan of asking Alexander VI.
This last picture is of curious historical interest, as a relic of the libertinism of the court of Alexander VI.
Matters were at this stage when Alexander VI ascended the papal throne.
In one of these, written upon the occasion of her father's death, he calls Alexander VI.
She had a reputation for piety, even during the life of Alexander VI.
Men are still the dupes of their simplicity and greed, as they were in the days of Alexander VI.
This point is found in the well-known decree of Alexander VI.
Now that we know Alexander VI, let us take a glance at his court.