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Leonardo Da Vinci: The Anatomist

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I have a BA in art history, which I got prior to my podiatry BSc. People often say it's quite a leap. I always point them in the direction of Da Vinci.

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I have a BA in art history, which I got prior to my podiatry BSc. People often say it's quite a leap. I always point them in the direction of Da Vinci.

Amazing.
I love Da Vinci's anatomy work - nothing has measured up in the 21st century, except maybe some of the engravings that have been done more recently than Da Vinci's work. Must be the treasure map like paper that makes me so fond of the science and art concealed within!
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