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The Secret Borgia Apartments

The Borgia Apartments are a suite of rooms in the Apostolic Palace in the Vatican, adapted for personal use by Pope Alexander VI (Rodrígo de Borgia). In the late 15th century, he commissioned the Italian painter Bernardino di Betto (Pinturicchio) and his studio to decorate them with frescos.

The Borgia Apartments are a suite of rooms in the Apostolic Palace in the Vatican.

Borgia Pope And Vatican Hid Painting Linked To Native Americans For Over 500 Years

This recently restored painting in the Vatican, created in 1494 by the Renaissance master Pinturicchio, has a small depiction of naked men with feathered headdresses. This may be the first European depiction of Native Americans.

Pinturicchio. The Martyrdom of Saint Barbara. fresco, Borgia Apartment, Hall of the Saints, Vatican, 1492-1494

The Martyrdom of Saint Barbara. fresco, Borgia Apartment, Hall of the Saints, Vatican,

Entrance to Borgia apartment ~ Vatican

The Secret Borgia Apartments

Entrance to the 6 rooms of the Borgia apartments, vatican, decorated by Pinturicchio (sealed off for years due to their infamy)

PINTURICCHIO Ceiling decoration 1492-94 Fresco Palazzi Pontifici, Vatican The picture shows a detail of the ceiling in the Sala dei Santi (Room of Saints). This section depicts the story of the Apis bull. The integration of this animal, venerated in ancient Egypt, into the decorative program of Alexander VI's private apartment served as a mythical explanation for the presence of bull in the Borgia family coat-of-arms

Pinturicchio, isis, Osiris and Apis, One of the stranger pieces of iconography in the Borgia Apartments in the Vatican, where one scene in the novel is set.

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