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The Leonardo Notebook

The Leonardo Notebook Page through one of Leonardo's notebooks in which he worked out his observations about weights, measures, reflections, and similar material matters. You will find interesting examples of the master's characteristic "mirror writing" and of his cross-hatched illustrations. There is
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The Leonardo Notebook


Page through one of Leonardo's notebooks in which he worked out his observations about weights, measures, reflections, and similar material matters. You will find interesting examples of the master's characteristic "mirror writing" and of his cross-hatched illustrations. There is written and audio commentary on each spread of pages in the notebook and a magnifying device for looking at details in closeup.

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