Da Vinci's Demons: Season 1, Episode 2

The Serpent (19 Apr. 2013)

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Leonardo's quest for the Book of Leaves continues, and his failing war designs for the Medicis cause a rift between them. A papal spy, Riario, is defeated by Leonardo and returns to Rome.

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Leonardo's quest for the Book of Leaves continues, and his failing war designs for the Medicis cause a rift between them. A papal spy, Riario, is defeated by Leonardo and returns to Rome.

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