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Verrocchio trained Leonardo da vinci.

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No. Leonardo da vinci was taught by nature


Da Vinci was the son of a nobleman and a peasant woman and was educated at home.Some basics were taught by the village priest..No formal schooling, the village priest taught him the basics.Leonardo da Vinci was self-taught.


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It is not known who taught Leonardo Da Vinci how to read and write. Though since he spent the first five years of his life with his mother it's likely she taught him or found a teacher who taught him.





he taught him to draw, paint and sculpt


Da. Da means 'of' in italian. He was born in Vinci.


No, because da in Leonardo da Vinci basically means of.


Leonardo da Vinci was a Roman Catholic.


Leonardo da Vinci was imprisoned in 1509


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No. Leonardo da Vinci was a Catholic Christian.


Yes that's why he was called Leonarda da Vinci, the literal translation is Leonardo of Vinci, he didn't have a surname when he was born so he was called Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci (Leonardo son of Piero of Vinci) which was later shortened to Leonardo da Vinci.


Anchiano, Italy Leonardo Da Vinci means Leonardo of Vinci. Vinci is a town in Italy and thus, Leonardo was born in Vinci, Italy, not Anchiano.


Leonardo did not go to school he was taught at his fathers household and from his village priest


The Florentine artist Andrea del Verrocchio.


No formal schooling, the village priest taught him the basics.


The village priest taught him the basics.


Not by schooling but by natural coriosity. He was self-taught.


leonardo da Vinci used stuff


Leonardo da Vinci was taken and raised by his father.


The Duke of Milan was who Leonardo Da Vinci worked for


Leonardo da Vinci was influenced by his mentor, Verrocchio.



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