|Season(s)||1, 2, 3|
|Portrayed by||Lotte Verbeek|
|First appearance||1x02 The Assassin|
|Latest appearance||3x07 Lucrezia's Gambit|
|House||House of Farnese|
|Sibling(s)||Alessandro Farnese (brother)|
|Significant other(s)|| Vincenzo Salvatore (suitor) |
Rodrigo Borgia (ex-lover)
The ravishing temptress who comes to the Pope seeking redemption and ends up in his bed, Giulia quickly uses her new vaunted position to amass power and influence of her own. She befriends Lucrezia and shares her opinions with the Pope, thereby alienating Vanozza and driving a wedge straight through the heart of the Borgia family. But Giulia proves her worth when she rescues Lucrezia from the hands of her abusive husband.
She befriends Lucrezia and ultimately even Vanozza. She uses these alliances to help establish and strengthen the church's charitable works, a deed that will secure the Pope's legacy.
|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|
|Season three appearances|
|The Face of Death||The Purge||Siblings||The Banquet of Chestnuts||The Wolf and the Lamb|
|Relics||Lucrezia's Gambit||Tears of Blood||The Gunpowder Plot||The Prince|
Every photo of Giulia Farnese on this wiki can be seen here.
- Giulia had been Rodrigo Borgia's mistress before he was elected pope: she bore him a daughter in 1492.