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Mercy and Vengeance

Shortly after the Battle of Ravenna, King Henry VIII watched 12,000 English soldiers sail from Southampton for Gipuzkoa on the northern coast of Spain. There they waited for King Ferdinand’s army to arrive. The two armies planned to launch a joint invasion into the Bordeaux region of southern France. King Louis responded to the growing […]

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One Swift Blow

The Duke of Nemours wasn’t preparing to  just take the Romagna. His plan was to take all of Italy. Knowing King Ferdinand and King Henry were about to launch an invasion of France, the Duke of Nemours figured, correctly, that Ferdinand would not send more troops to fight in Italy — that he might, in […]

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Julius Returns (1)

Michelangelo watched in horror as the defeated papal army stumbled into Rome. He waited in the hot June sun, hoping to catch a glimpse of Julius. But the pope was nowhere to be seen. The rumors were as thick as rats in the Tiber. Julius had been gravely wounded. Julius was dead. No one knew […]

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