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Chris Blake 28m
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Sheetal Bhagnari Jun 15
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BeyondWhyy 6h
was born in vinci, in republic of Florence, modern day italy. Since he had been born out of wedlock, he was barred from attending a university or practicing any of the noble professions. His schooling therefore was minimal.. (Thread)
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Tanya 🌺 Jul 11
I’m presently reading “Oil and Marble” by Stephanie Storey. A lovely story about , and their rivalry. If you are passionate about their work and the Renaissance, I strongly recommend it!!
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Debborah Evraire Jun 29
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GharPedia Jun 24
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication – Leonardo Da Vinci _
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WIDID Jun 21
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Researc/hers Code Jun 19
I've been privileged to work on many amazing artefacts during my PhD, which I'm writing up as case studies. In my 1st year I worked on three drawings by for . The results are now published in the book by Alan Donnithorne 'Leonardo da Vinci: A Closer Look'
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Different Brains Jun 18
Did have ? Find out what the latest research says in the new Week in !
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Tom Lisi Jul 1
Leaving ⁦⁩ this afternoon I’m pretty sure I saw what inspired 🙏😎🙏✈️
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Leo King 🦁 Jun 25
i uh... drew myself as leonardo da vinci i guess
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RT America Jun 12
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🔛 Enrico Molinari #CMO 🇮🇹 🇪🇺 Jul 7
Thank you for having built The Navigli at the middle of XV century 👉 today represents the future of my city & the connection with the innovation! 🔛 I love my & its simply and happiness ! ⏩
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Stega 6h
We have visited this incredible exposition about at Málaga university! We can say we are working on a project about Leonardo with...!! :)
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TriniQueenie Jul 3
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TheGunslinger Jun 22
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.
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Alia Dani Jun 12
This is an experiment published by Nature in 1968 which had only 1 reference; . This almost never happens. It proved that his theory on the aortic valve was right. Makes me wonder why he was rarely discussed or mentioned in med school!
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Sheridan Voysey Jul 3
The experts say achieved "little of note" between 1513 & 1516. And while now known as one of the great anatomists, his drawings of the body remained unpublished for 400 years. Stay curious. Keep pursuing your gift. However hard or unrecognised your work.
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Mr Tone 9h
Did have ability to see/toggle in different dimensions via an eye condition?! Seems he might have:
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Lissadell House 7h
To make a perfume, take some rose water and wash your hands in it, then take a lavender flower and rub it with your palms
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