Barnes, Barnabe

Barnes, Barnabe,

1569?–1609, English poet. His major work is Parthenophil and Parthenophe (1593), a collection of sonnets, madrigals, elegies, and odes. He also wrote A Divine Century of Spiritual Sonnets (1595) and The Devil's Charter (1607), a tragedy on the life of Pope Alexander VIAlexander VI,
1431?–1503, pope (1492–1503), a Spaniard (b. Játiva) named Rodrigo de Borja or, in Italian, Rodrigo Borgia; successor of Innocent VIII. He took Borja as his surname from his mother's brother Alfonso, who was Pope Calixtus III.
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Barnes, Barnabe, The Devil's Charter: A Tragedy Containing the Life and Death of Pope Alexander the Sixth; Thomas Dekker, The Honest Whore, Parts I And 2 (Part 1 with Thomas Middleton).