Lucretia Borgia is the daughter of Pope Alexander VI and sister of the infamous Cesare Borgia. Immersed in the ultimate patriarchy of early Renaissance Rome and the Vatican, Lucretia struggles to find her independence from her family's corruption and ruthless political schemes. Betrayal, murder, decadence and the tides of political expedience take an innocent girl and make a cruel test of her virtue.
Based on true historical events, Lucretia is an historical novel set in Rome during one of its most corrupt and decadent periods.
(Lucrezia/Lucretia Borgia - b. April 18,1480 - d. June 24, 1519)
Also an award-winning screenplay entitled, 'Lucretia' and a stage-play in Elizabethan verse entitled 'An Historie of the Roman Borgias and their daughter Lucretia'.
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by on October 24, 2016
- Aquila Media, August 2012
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