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Portrait length color image of Pope Alexander VI 1496 aka. a .k.a. Rodrigo Borgia, by George Stuart.

Pope Alexander VI 1496

Portrait by
artist-historian George Stuart.

Courtesy George S. Stuart.
Left close up color image of Pope Alexander VI 1496 aka. a .k.a. Rodrigo Borgia, by George Stuart.gray spacerRight closup color image of Pope Alexander VI 1496 aka. a .k.a. Rodrigo Borgia, by George Stuart.
Text: Signature image of Pope Alexander VI 1496 aka. a .k.a. Rodrigo Borgia, by George Stuart.

The Pope divides the “New World”

No sooner had Columbus made his “discovery” of the New World than the Portuguese began making landings on the east coast of the southern continent, and the battle over ownership began. For a detailed description of his papal vestments and regalia, please see our blog.

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