|Sancia of Naples|
|Portrayed by||Emmanuelle Chriqui|
|First appearance||The French King|
|Latest appearance||Nessuno (Nobody)|
|Title||Duchess of Squillace|
|House||House of Borgia (by marriage)|
|Parents||King Ferrante of Naples (deceased)|
|Sibling(s)||Alfonso of Naples (half-brother: deceased)|
|Significant other(s)||Juan Borgia (deceased)|
Sancia of Naples is the illegitimate daughter of King Ferrante of Naples, the brother of Alfonso of Naples, and the wife of Joffre Borgia. She also had an affair with her husband's brother Juan Borgia.
Sancia of Naples is the illegitimate daughter of King Ferrante of Naples and the brother of Alfonso of Naples. When a marriage to the Borgias was proposed, Juan Borgia refused to marry her due to her illegitimacy. She was married instead to Joffre Borgia, but Juan became struck by her beauty and began an affair with her.
|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)|
|Ferrante of Naples|
|Joffre Borgia||Alfonso of Naples|
- Alfonso of Naples was in fact father to Sancia, not her brother as the series suggests. Her brother was Alfonso of Aragon, second husband to Lucrezia Borgia.