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Juan Borgia (Character)
from "The Borgias" (2011)

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The Borgias: Season 3: Episode 10 -- Alexander and Cesare are reconciled at last, and the Pope reveals that the Papal Armies have been strengthened and re-equipped with the money saved from the Crusade and the proceeds of the Jubilee.  Now, the Borgias are ready to move against their enemies the Sforzas and are ready to take their first step towards their ultimate goal: to carve out a hereditary kingdom across the heart of Italy.  Cesare marches his fearsome army to lay siege to Catherina Sforza's castle at Forli.  Catherina is determined to resist despite the artillery bombardment and the danger of starvation in the bitter winter.  Micheletto (Sean Harris) reappears from the shadows - his broken heart will not yet let him return to Cesare's service, but he does advise Cesare of weak spots in Forli's defences.  Back in Rome, Cesare finds that Alfonso (Sebastian De Souza) has become even more aggressive and Cesare plans to murder him.  But circumstances become deadly when a scuffle breas out between Cesare and a drunk Alfonso.  The doctor reports that Alfonso will certainly die, slowly and painfully over several days.  Devastated, Lucrezia turns to her potions to end his life painlessly with Cesare vowing that now she will be his for good.

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Giovanni Borgia (1474)From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation... See more »
Alternate Names:
Jean Borgia / Juan de Candia Borgia


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  1. "Borgia"
        - Palm Sunday (2013) TV episode, Played by Stanley Weber
        - The Time of Sweet Desires (2013) TV episode, Played by Stanley Weber
        - The Serpent Rises (2011) TV episode, Played by Stanley Weber
        - God's Monster (2011) TV episode, Played by Stanley Weber
        - Miracles (2011) TV episode, Played by Stanley Weber
          (8 more)
  2. "The Borgias"
        - The Confession (2012) TV episode, Played by David Oakes
        - World of Wonders (2012) TV episode, Played by David Oakes
        - Truth and Lies (2012) TV episode, Played by David Oakes
        - The Siege at Forli (2012) TV episode, Played by David Oakes
        - Day of Ashes (2012) TV episode, Played by David Oakes
          (12 more)
  3. Assassin's Creed: Ascendance (2010) Played by Harry Standjofski

  4. The Borgia (2006) Played by Sergio Múñiz
    ... aka "Los Borgia" - Spain (original title)

  5. "The Borgias"
        - Part 3 (1981) TV episode, Played by George Camiller
        - Part 2 (1981) TV episode, Played by George Camiller
        - Part 1 (1981) TV episode, Played by George Camiller

  6. Lucrezia giovane (1974) Played by Paolo Malco (as Juan de Candia Borgia)

  7. Lucrezia (1968) Played by Giancarlo Del Duca

  8. Lucrezia Borgia (1935) Played by Maurice Escande (as Jean Borgia)
    ... aka "Lucrèce Borgia" - France (original title)

  9. Lucrezia Borgia (1922) Played by Lothar Müthel
    ... aka "Lucretia Borgia" - USA (informal English title)

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From "Borgia: Miracles (#1.10)" (2011)
Juan Borgia: I should come with you, Father.
Rodrigo Borgia: We need you here. You must charm the King as long as possible, giving us time to move northward, and for Spain to lay siege to Naples.
Lucrezia Borgia: But Father, the last time Charles came to Rome, you remained.
Rodrigo Borgia: Last time, Charles believed us weak, we believed *ourselves* weak. There was no threat to him. Now the outcome is unknowable.
Lucrezia Borgia: So, when you are weak, you stay, but when you are strong, you flee?
Rodrigo Borgia: As long as even one Borgia dwells in Rome, our travels cannot be seen as flight, because your presence is a sign of our intention to return.
Lucrezia Borgia: But why must both of us stay?
Rodrigo Borgia: Charles will do you no harm.
Lucrezia Borgia: How can you be certain? You said no one would harm my mother.
Rodrigo Borgia: Because Juan will agree, on our behalf, to all the King's demands. Drown him in yeses. Any concordat can be reversed.
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