Borgia: Season 1, Episode 9

The Invasion of Rome (30 Sep. 2011)

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As Giulia gives birth, Rodrigo and the remaining Cardinals discuss the state of war. Della Rovere is poised to take over as pope. Switching strategies, Rodrigo gives Charles permission to pass through Rome.

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Guillaume Briçonnet
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Adrien Jolivet ...
Jean Briçonnet
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As Giulia gives birth, Rodrigo and the remaining Cardinals discuss the state of war. Della Rovere is poised to take over as pope. Switching strategies, Rodrigo gives Charles permission to pass through Rome.

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The characters use the word "hocus pocus" to describe mystical church ritual. The phrase "hocus pocus" would only emerge after the Protestant Reformation as Protestants mocked Catholic belief in transubstantiation of the bread and wine as the result of the priest's saying "hoc est corpus meum.." (This is my body...). See more »

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