Pope Alexander VI

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Pope Alexander VI was born in Spain, January 1, 1431. Alexander was the one who named the Line of Demarcation that awarded some of the new world discoveries to Spain and others to Portugal.

Alexander had always wanted to a be a priest but his family discouraged the idea.

He was the father of infamous military leader Cesare Borgia and even more infamous Lucrezia Borgia.