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Season 2

13 :02x01 - Passover

Jan/14/2007
The second season begins shortly after Caesar's murder. Octavian devises a plan to keep his family from fleeing the city, news that Antony happily delivers to a nervous Brutus. Meanwhile, Vorenus mourns Niobe's death but curses his children, and Pullo and Eirene get married without knowing what's happened back in Rome.
Guest Stars: Ian McNeice as Newsreader | Tim Barlow (1) as Ancient Blind Oraclo | Lydia Biondi as Merula | Roberto Sgarbi as Horseman | Jay Simpson as Triolus | Guy Henry as Cassius
Writer: Bruno Heller

14 :02x02 - Son Of Hades

Jan/21/2007
As gangs fight for control on the streets of Rome, Vorenus is called upon to undo some of the damage that he's done. Cleopatra pays a visit, bringing with her her son and Octavian becomes increasingly impatient with Mark Antony over the money he's owed.
Guest Stars: Ian McNeice as Newsreader | Nigel Lindsay as Levi | Lyndsey Marshal as Cleopatra | Rafi Gavron as Duro | Marco Pollack as Lucius | Anna Fausta Primiano as Vorena the Younger | Daniel Cerqueira as Memmio | Michael Nardone as Mascius | Zuleikha Robinson as Gaia
Director: Allen Coulter
Writer: Bruno Heller

15 :02x03 - These Being The Words of Marcus Tullius Cicero

Jan/28/2007
Pullo tries in vain to persuade Vorenus to prevent a war among Aventine gangs; Antony's designs on Gaul elicit a shocking proclamation from Cicero to the Senate; Servilia enlists the opportunistic Duro to end an old feud; Brutus wrestles with his demons while seeking support in Bithynia.
Guest Stars: Rafi Gavron as Duro | Anna Fausta Primiano as Vorena the Younger | Ian McNeice as Newsreader | Lydia Biondi as Merula | Guy Henry as Cassius | Allen Leech as Marcus Agrippa | Camilla Rutherford as Jocasta | Zuleikha Robinson as Gaia | Michael Nardone as Mascius | Daniel Cerqueira as Memmio
Director: Alan Poul
Writer: Scott Buck

16 :02x04 - Testudo Et Lepus (The Tortoise And the Hare)

Feb/04/2007
Pullo races to find Vorenus with news of the fate of his children; Servilia pays a price for trying to eliminate a rival; a victorious Octavian sends word he's returning to Rome with his army, which comes as a surprise to Cicero; Timon grows weary of doing his mistress's bidding.
Guest Stars: Rafi Gavron as Duro | Lydia Biondi as Merula | Guy Henry as Cassius | Nigel Lindsay as Levi | Simon Woods as Gaius Caesar Octavian | Camilla Rutherford as Jocasta | Ian McNeice as Newsreader | Marco Pollack as Lucius | Anna Fausta Primiano as Vorena the Younger | Allen Leech as Marcus Agrippa | Alex Wyndham as Gaius Maecenas
Director: Adam Davidson

17 :02x05 - Heroes of the Republic

Feb/11/2007
After his adventures with Antony and Pullo, Vorenus comes back to face the merchants of the Aventine Collegium; a pair of former foes reconcile their differences.
Guest Stars: Daniel Cerqueira as Memmio | Guy Henry as Cassius | Nigel Lindsay as Levi | Ronan Vibert as Marcus Lepidus | Michael Nardone as Mascius | Alex Wyndham as Gaius Maecenas | Camilla Rutherford as Jocasta | Allen Leech as Marcus Agrippa | Zuleikha Robinson as Gaia | Simon Woods as Gaius Caesar Octavian
Director: Alik Sakharov
Writer: Mere Smith

18 :02x06 - Philippi

Feb/18/2007
Vorenus is ordered to prune the ranks of Rome's elite; Brutus and Cassius prepare to face the recently allied Octavian and Antony in the Battle of Philippi; Levi and Timon create mayhem at a synagogue; Pullo thwarts Cicero's attempt to warn Brutus.
Guest Stars: Nigel Lindsay as Levi | Nicholas Woodeson as Posca | Zuleikha Robinson as Gaia | Alex Wyndham as Gaius Maecenas | Simon Woods as Gaius Caesar Octavian
Director: Roger Young

19 :02x07 - Death Mask

Mar/04/2007
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Guest Stars: Coral Amiga as Vorena the Elder | Nigel Lindsay as Levi | Ian McNeice as Newsreader | Anna Fausta Primiano as Vorena the Younger | Ronan Vibert as Marcus Lepidus | Simon Woods as Gaius Caesar Octavian | Zuleikha Robinson as Gaia | Camilla Rutherford as Jocasta | Alex Wyndham as Gaius Maecenas | Allen Leech as Marcus Agrippa | Michael Nardone as Mascius | Daniel Cerqueira as Memmio
Writer: Scott Buck

20 :02x08 - A Necessary Fiction

Mar/11/2007
Octavian's campaign for a more virtuous society hits hardest in his inner circle; Vorenus's efforts to solve a gold robbery leave a bitter taste of betrayal; Pullo turns his grief about a personal loss into anger at a new enemy; Timon leaves Rome with his family for Jerusalem.
Guest Stars: Alan Williams as Cotta | Ronan Vibert as Marcus Lepidus | Michael Nardone as Mascius | Ian McNeice as Newsreader | Alex Wyndham as Gaius Maecenas | Zuleikha Robinson as Gaia | Lyndsey Marshal as Cleopatra | Anna Fausta Primiano as Vorena the Younger | Simon Woods as Gaius Caesar Octavian | Daniel Cerqueira as Memmio | Camilla Rutherford as Jocasta | Allen Leech as Marcus Agrippa | Alice Henley as Livia | Marco Pollack as Lucius
Director: Carl Franklin

21 :02x09 - Deus Impeditio Esuritori Nullus (No God Can Stop a Hungry Man)

Mar/18/2007
The people of Rome are starving. There have been many grain shortages over the past few months, but things have gotten particularly bad. In hopes of keeping the people from openly rebelling, Octavian sends Atia and Octavia to Alexandria in order to negotiate a deal with Mark Antony, though his real reasons for their trip is soon revealed. Meanwhile, Titus Pullo and Lucius Vorenus must try to keep the peace amongst many of the mercenaries who are in Rome.
Guest Stars: Daniel Cerqueira as Memmio | Anna Fausta Primiano as Vorena the Younger | Max Baldry as Caesarion (Older) | Kathryn Hunter (1) as Charmian | Simon Woods as Gaius Caesar Octavian | Indira Varma as Niobe | Michael Nardone as Mascius | Alan Williams as Cotta | Ian McNeice as Newsreader | Zuleikha Robinson as Gaia | Nicholas Woodeson as Posca | Lyndsey Marshal as Cleopatra | Allen Leech as Marcus Agrippa | Alex Wyndham as Gaius Maecenas | Camilla Rutherford as Jocasta
Director: Steve Shill
Writer: Mere Smith

22 :02x10 - De Patre Vostro (About Your Father)

Mar/25/2007
After Marc Antony's defeat at Actium, he returns to Egypt, where he settles into a world of debauchery with Cleopatra. Octavian tries to use Pullo as leverage to Vorenus to gain access to the palace, but Vorenus stays loyal to Antony. Finally, it is Cleopatra who dupes Antony, saving her own life by sacrificing her honour. Ceasar Octavian triumphs in Rome.
Guest Stars: Esther Hall as Lyde | Coral Amiga as Vorena the Elder | Michael Nardone as Mascius | Ian McNeice as Newsreader | Alex Wyndham as Gaius Maecenas | Allen Leech as Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa | Simon Woods as Gaius Octavian Caesar | Lyndsey Marshal as Cleopatra
Writer: Bruno Heller
Warning: Rome guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Action | Adventure | Drama
Status: Ended
Network: HBO ( USA)
Airs: Sundays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: August 28, 2005
Ended: March 25, 2007
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