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Why was Leonardo da Vinci a vegetarian?

Yes, he was. He didn't believe it to be right to inflict pain against others. "Truly man is the king of beasts, for his brutality exceeds theirs. We live by the death of ot (MORE)

Where is Leonardo da Vinci buried?

  Originally, Leonardo was buried in the heart of the King Castle in the cloister of San Fiorento. After destruction of the church and parts of the castle, the remains of (MORE)

Where did Leonardo Da Vinci dye?

Leonardo Da Vinci didn't dye. He died, don't skip english class and maybe you'll learn a thing or two. __ Da Vinci died in Amboise, France. It is in the Indre-et-Loire distric (MORE)

How did Leonardo da Vinci die?

He died of old age in France. he died of natural causes He died on May 2, 1519 at the age of 67 in Amboise, Kingdom of France.
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Was Leonardo da Vinci rich?

Leonardo got payed to go in peoples houses to paint so he got payed  some amount of money and people got more popular because he was in  there house. so necessarily he was n (MORE)

Easy Guide to Treating a Yard for Mosquitos

Tiny but dangerous, the mosquito has a sting and a drone powerful enough to drive even the strongest indoors. Fight back with a strategic mosquito treatment for your yard. By (MORE)

How to Install a Backyard Waterfall

The look and sound of flowing water is appealing in any landscape. You can build your own backyard waterfall in a weekend. Choose from a cascading style that tumbles water ove (MORE)

Why was Leonardo da vinci arrested?

  The people were disgusted with his human autopsies and went to the pope. The pope saw this as heresy.
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Where and when did Leonardo da Vinci die?

Leonardo Da Vinci died at Clos Lucé, France, on May 2, 1519 at the age of 67. (Different person) I heard he died may 2 1452 when he was 67 in Amboise, Tourane (different (MORE)

How did Leonardo da Vinci paint?

Leonardo da Vinci drew an underpainting and then painted it in with grey tones, so that he got the unique smoky tones that trademark his paintings now.
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