23. and still not superhero.

This Corella was a captain of foot, a soldier of fortune, who from the earliest days of Cesare’s military career had followed the duke’s fortunes—the very man who is alleged to have strangled Alfonso of Aragon by Cesare’s orders. […] He has been spoken of, indeed, as the ame damnée [damned soul] of Cesare Borgia; but that is a purely romantic touch akin to that which gave the same designation to Richelieu’s Father Joseph. R. Sabatini, The Life of Cesare Borgia (x)

This Corella was a captain of foot, a soldier of fortune, who from the earliest days of Cesare’s military career had followed the duke’s fortunes—the very man who is alleged to have strangled Alfonso of Aragon by Cesare’s orders. […] He has been spoken of, indeed, as the ame damnée [damned soul] of Cesare Borgia; but that is a purely romantic touch akin to that which gave the same designation to Richelieu’s Father Joseph. R. Sabatini, The Life of Cesare Borgia (x)

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thomas cadrin, 2014

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