- Reviewed this bad boy today over on the blog #bookstagram #bookreview https://theborgiabull.com/2019/08/27/review-the-ismaili-assassins-a-history-of-medieval-murder-by-james-waterson/More reading about #pirates.Two new review books from the lovely guys at @penswordbooks. Very much looking forward to reading "The Pope's Army"!#Savonarola twins in #Ferrara#Ferrara, the birthplace of #Savonarola. This statue looms in a piazza named after him.Book post is the best post. Got this massive pile from the amazing people at Pen and Sword to review! Cannot WAIT to get stuck in. Expect a whole bunch of reviews on the blog SOON!
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I’m sure you will all remember my review of Borgia: Faith & Fear’s first season and that I was rather impressed with it. I found it much more riveting, and much more accurate than the equivalent Showtime series “The Borgias”. … Continue reading
As I mentioned in my review yesterday, G.J Meyer has presented some very interesting arguments over the paternity of Cesare, Lucrezia and Juan Borgia. It has long been accepted that Rodrigo Borgia, Pope Alexander VI, was their father and legitimised … Continue reading
Jeremy Irons as Rodrigo Borgia and Lotte Verbeek in The Borgias Rodrigo Borgia, best known as Pope Alexander VI, was famous for being a man who wouldn’t let his religious calling get in the way of his women. He had … Continue reading