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Borgia Lucretia

Borgia, Lucretia, sister of Caesar, was born in 1480, at Rome. In 1493 she married Giovanni Sforza, Lord of Pesaro, but in four years her father, Pope Alexander VI., annulled this marriage and gave her to a nephew of the King of Naples, Alphonso, Duke of Bisceglia, who in two years was murdered by the hired assassins of Caesar Borgia. She was next given to Alphonso d'Este, son of the Duke of Ferrara. Like her brother, Caesar, she has been accused of every kind of enormity - incest, poisoning, etc. - but modern researches make these imputations doubtful. She was much respected by her subjects, and patronised art and letters. She died in 1523.