[Foreign Dialogue 00:00:03]
Man 1: At the city prospers like never before, despite the earthquake.
Man 2: But when will Byzantium become all of Constantiopolis?
[Foreign dialogue 00:00:20]
Woman 1: This could be fun.
Man 3: They probably stole this money from someone else. It serves them right.
Man 4: What will you spend the money on? A hot meal, maybe a bath? What is happening? Is he here?
[Foreign Dialogue 00:01:01]
Woman 1: I do love the material on that veil, so smooth and sheer. Where did you buy it?
[Foreign dialogue 00:02:00]
Man 5: What the hell is going on here? Is it a Romani curse?
Woman 2: A what?
Man 5: God help us. This is a bad idea.
[Foreign dialogue 00:02:12]
Man 6: It is the duty of all loyal citizens to collaborate with the steward of Byzantium to bring them to a swift end. There is a vile . . .
Man 7: God, please help me. I was a fool!
Gypsy: Ah, the old tricks are always the best. Do be careful, Ezio. I hear that chest is cursed.
Ezio: Where to, bella donna (lovely lady)?
Gypsy: This way, and stay alert. Have you heard the term "gypsy"?
Ezio: Quite often, si (yes).
Gypsy: Did you know that this word was born from the misapprehension that my people are from Egypt?
Ezio: You find it offensive?
Gypsy: I find it funny. My people are from eastern Persia and beyond. Yet, somehow we have become citizens of a land we have never seen.
Ezio: People are quick to judge and slow to correct themselves.
Gypsy: People are stupid.
Gypsy: Ezio, the simplest answer is always the best.
Ezio: You should count it. Make sure everything is there.
Gypsy: You have our thanks, Ezio. And you can count on us from here on out. For anything, at any time.
Ezio: Good to know. If I need, say, to borrow some money, I will ask you.