Micheleto learns his kept lover is a Sforza informant, Caterina Sforza mounts the Shroud of Turin as a rival holy relic, and Alfonso puts Lucrezia under house arrest.

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Micheletto discovers that his new lover is spying on him. Caterina Sforza grieves over the loss of her dead son and plots her revenge. She puts the Shroud of Constantinople on display and arranges for a fake miracle to draw the crowds. When she learns from her spy that Cesare will be checking into this new holy site, she plans to kill him. The Pope has decided to officiate at the investiture of King Alfonso of Naples. In return the King asks that he name an ambassador from the Vatican and specifically requests that he name Lucrezia. He agrees and she is quite pleased but they have been duped. Once back in Naples, Alfonso makes it quite clear that she is his prisoner. Meanwhile, the Pope has come to an agreement with the Jews of Rome. Written by garykmcd

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Trivia

A series of seven conflicts between the Ottoman Empire and the Republic of Venice between 1423 and 1718 were known as the Ottoman-Venetian Wars. This episode was set during the second of these (1499 - 1503.) The burning of the Turkish fleet as depicted did not occur. See more »

Goofs

The replica Shroud of Constantinople bears damages that were not sustained until decades after Pope Alexander VI's death. See more »

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Micheletto: [having realized Pascal's betrayal, Micheletto angrily recites Catallus' poem back at him] "I hate, and I love. Why, you may ask? I do not know. But it happen, and I... and..." How does it go?
Pascal: "I burn."
Micheletto: No, in the Latin, please.
Pascal: [he hesitates, and Micheletto rushes at him and pins him against the wall] "Excrucior"! "Excrucior"!
Micheletto: It is a big word for "burn"!
[shouts furiously]
Micheletto: Why? Why did you become my lover? Why?
Pascal: Because I was made an offer!
Micheletto: From whom?
[Pascal doesn't answer]
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The Borgias Main Titles (Instrumental)
Written by Trevor Morris
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