Alexander Dumas

The Borgias / Celebrated Crimes

295 printed pages
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    Valeriia Turchykhas quoted4 years ago
    Rome is the town of elections: since her foundation down to our own day—that is to say, in the course of nearly twenty-six centuries— she has constantly elected her kings, consuls, tribunes, emperors, and popes

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