As the pope's temporal power and political influence grows, so does corruption in the church.

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Alec Michod

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Episode credited cast:
Nick Andrews ... Medici Nobel
Constance Baranzano ... Noblewoman
Julia Campbell Julia Campbell ... Lucrezia Borgia
Freddie Colton Freddie Colton ... King Charlemagne's Assistant
Kevin Convery Kevin Convery ... Priest / Dachau inmate
John DiRenzo ... Clergy prisoner
Thomas Everett Thomas Everett ... Lombard Thug
Anthony James Fisher Anthony James Fisher ... Papal Nuncio
Mark P Galbraith ... Cardinal
Kevin Charles Gauntner ... German Printer
Michael Harrah ... Pope Celestine 6
Connor Hough ... Polish Student
Andrew Hunsicker ... Pope Leo X
Righteous Jolly Righteous Jolly ... King Charlemagne
Sean Loosh Sean Loosh ... Duomo Congregant
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The Renaissance marks the end of a fractured church and the emergence of the papacy as a chief patron of art, architecture, music and literature. But cultural advancement is accompanied by increasing corruption and ambition, as popes acquire temporal power and political influence. With Rodrigo Borgia on the throne of Peter, the papacy reaches a nadir, scandalizing people inside and outside the church and planting the seeds of reform. Written by Lauren Saft

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25 March 2018 (USA) See more »

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