There is a quote that as been at times translated with the word "rape".
It is attributed to the Prince
“I judge this indeed, that it is better to be impetuous than cautious, because fortune is a woman; and it is necessary, if one wants to hold her down, to beat her and strike her down. And one sees that she lets herself be won more by the impetuous than by those who proceed coldly. And so always, like a woman, she is the friend of the young, because they are less cautious, more ferocious, and command her with more audacity
What is the original quote in Italian, and can it be translated to "rape"?