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Borgia Gallery

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Choose from 32 pictures in our Borgia collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Codex Borgia. Ritual and divinatory mesoamerican Featured Print

Codex Borgia. Ritual and divinatory mesoamerican

Codex Borgia. Ritual and divinatory mesoamerican manuscript written in Nahuatl before of the conquest of Mexico. It is related with the aztec calendar Tonalpohualli. Copy od representation of the god Tezcatlipoca, Lord of Days, War, Heaven and Earth, antagonist of Quetzalcoatl. Aztec art. Litography. VATICAN CITY. Vatican Library. Proc: MEXICO. PUEBLA.

© Iberfoto/Mary Evans

The Lucrezia Borgia of journalism Featured Print

The Lucrezia Borgia of journalism

The Lucrezia Borgia of journalism. Illustration shows William Randolph Hearst, wearing a bright yellow dress, as Lucrezia Borgia painting poison from pots labeled Slander, Riot, Scandal, Malice, and Spite on various newspapers labeled San Francisco Examiner, New York Journal, Boston American, and New York American that are scattered on the floor; a large pot labeled Attacks on Decent Officials stands nearby, on the floor. Includes note: To poison the pages of a book, so that the mere handling of it might be fatal, was said to be a favorite method of the Borgias.. Date 1910 September 7. The Lucrezia Borgia of journalism. Illustration shows William Randolph Hearst, wearing a bright yellow dress, as Lucrezia Borgia painting poison from pots labeled Slander, Riot, Scandal, Malice, and Spite on various newspapers labeled San Francisco Examiner, New York Journal, Boston American, and New York American that are scattered on the floor; a large pot labeled Attacks on Decent Officials stands nearby, on the floor. Includes note: To poison the pages of a book, so that the mere handling of it might be fatal, was said to be a favorite method of the Borgias.. Date 1910 September 7. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress