Cesare Borgia Quote

A matter which would be easily accomplished, as the best men of that State have already offered themselves to me.


Cesare threatening Vitelli that he will deprive him of his state, of Citta di Castello, if he is disobedient. (July, 1502), as quoted by Rafael Sabatini, 'The Life of Cesare Borgia', Chapter XIV: The Revolt of the Condottieri

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A matter which would be easily accomplished, as the best men of that State have already offered themselves to me.

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A matter which would be easily accomplished, as the best men of that State have already offered themselves to me.

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A matter which would be easily accomplished, as the best men of that State have already offered themselves to me.

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A matter which would be easily accomplished, as the best men of that State have already offered themselves to me.