Julius Caesar gets a new hairdo, the Romans get an empire and the Pope is not popular. The Borgias sing and the Greeks get wordy.
Matt, Paige and the History Hunters learn some pirate skills – reading maps, measuring the depth of water and making hammocks. They study the pirate code, discover that pirate food wasn’t very good, and find out how pieces of eight got their name.
A vegetable lasagna is on the menu. Using everyday ingredients, along with some heat and time, before long Link is assembling triple layers of noodles, sautéed vegetables, tomato sauce, and of course, ricotta cheese, creating an ooey gooey pan of deliciousness.