Alexander Pope

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Noun1.Alexander Pope - English poet and satirist (1688-1744)Alexander Pope - English poet and satirist (1688-1744)
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2) The Borgia Pope, Alexander the Sixth, Orestes Ferrara, trans.
THE POLITICAL kaleidoscope of Italy in 1500 involved shifting combinations of alliance and hostility among the city states of Venice, Milan and Florence, the Papal States under the Borgia pope, Alexander VI, and his son Cesare, and the kingdom of Naples under a branch of the Spanish royal house of Aragon, while Sicily was ruled by Ferdinand II of Aragon himself (the husband of Isabella of Castile, Columbus's backer).
13] At the end of the fifteenth century, the pr ospect of a dynasty gaining control of the papacy and its territory rose again during the pontificate of the Borgia pope, Alexander VI.