Hampshire Archives & Local Studies, Hampshire Record Office, Sussex Street, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 8TH
The Borgias were an Italo-Spanish noble family, which rose to ecclesiastical and political prominence during the Italian Renaissance and when people think of them they immediately think of incest, intrigue and murder.
Rumours of these happenings have been around since the family were alive, but how much of it actually true and how much if it is simply just rumour? Historian and author Samantha Morris will discuss the allegations against the family, and explore what precisely was true and what wasn't.
Saturday 21 September: 1130-1230
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Please note there is likely to be some strong language in the talk.