I believe you mean Phi. In the Da-Vinci Code, Phi is the "Golden Ratio" DaVinici used this in many of his drawings and the book states that this ration is found naturally throughout nature. I'm not sure that this number was critical to the plot. but it is an interesting mathematical phenomenon.
No it is not.
Robert Langdon is the main protagonist of Dan Brown's novel Da Vinci Code.
Dan Brown wrote the novel 'The Da Vinci Code'. It is a mystery/detective novel. It was published in April of 2003. It has sold over 80 million copies as of 2009.
The author of the Da Vinci Code is Dan Brown.
historicall fiction novel
Yes, Leonardo da Vinci was tall. He was also described as very strong and handsome
Leonardo da vinci
The Da Vinci Code is a 2003 mystery-detective fiction novel written by American author Dan Brown.
It takes place in Paris, France.
Dan Brown is the author.
it is related to the novel da vinci code by dan brown
You are confusing the real Da Vinci with a fictional book. Leonardo da Vinci didn't have a code - The Da Vinci Code is a fiction novel about secret societies and ancient plots and murder. The things in the book have not ever been proved to be true, but are just ideas and theories.
some yes, not all, it also depends on how religious you are.
Digital Fortress, Angels & Demons, Da Vinci Code, and Deception Point, and his newest book, the Lost Symbol
No it was not. It was first described by Alberti in 1450, two years before Leonardo was born.
The "Last Supper" was central to The Da Vinci Code, by Dan Brown.
da vinci code "Clarissa" written by Samuel Richardson is the longest novel in English Literature
There are several locations: It starts in the Louvre and then races through the streets of France, and finishes in Scotland.