- This article is about the prince of Naples. For other uses see Alfonso.
|Alfonso of Naples|
1x03 The Moor screencap of Alfonso of Naples
|Portrayed by||Augustus Prew|
|First appearance||1x03 The Moor|
|Latest appearance||2x02 Paolo|
|Title||Prince of Naples|
|Parents||Ferrante of Naples (father)|
|Sibling(s)||Sancia of Naples (half-sister)|
Alfonso is the son of King Ferrante of Naples. His father was old and senile, leaving himself as the effective ruler of Naples. He is eventually tortured to death by King Charles VIII, who blamed him for the plague that swept Naples, and his body is placed in his father's gruesome "Last Supper" as Judas Iscariot.
|Season one appearances|
|The Poisoned Chalice||The Assassin||The Moor|
|Lucrezia's Wedding||The Borgias in Love||The French King|
|Death, on a Pale Horse||The Art of War||Nessuno (Nobody)|
|Season two appearances|
|The Borgia Bull||Paolo||The Beautiful Deception||Stray Dogs||The Choice|
|Day of Ashes||The Siege at Forli||Truth and Lies||World of Wonders||The Confession|
|Ferrante of Naples|
|Joffre Borgia||Sancia of Naples|
- Alfonso was in fact father to Sancia, not her brother as the series suggests. Her brother was Alfonso of Aragon, second husband to Lucrezia Borgia.
- Alfonso did not die under torture ordered by King Charles VIII, as the series depicts. He fled Naples and died some months later in a Sicilian monastery in Messina.