Galvano (died 1500-1503) was a Borgia guard working in Rome during the early 16th century. He was known to be on bad terms with a Cento Occhi scribe, Vincenzo, fighting with him repeatedly.
This known disagreement between the two was taken advantage of by the Roman thieves, the Cento Occhi's enemies, as they tasked the Assassin Ezio Auditore da Firenze to damage the relations between Cento Occhi and the Borgia. In order to do so, Ezio was adviced to find and kill Galvano, take something personal from him, and plant it on Vincenzo. The ruse was a success, and Vincenzo was apprehended by Borgia guards.