1. Introduction (p 1-8)2. Anatomy research (p 9- 14)3. Anatomical drawings of Leonardo: acomparison with nowadays knowledg...
Leonardo da Vinci was an Italian… Painter: he did famous paintings such as the MonaLisa and the Last Supper.
 Sculptor: he designed the rearinghorse and mounted warrior, but hefinally didn’t sculped it.
 Inventor: He invented many objectsused in our ordinary life and manyother things: flying machines, the firstcar, the byc...
 Anatomist: He drew many parts of the humanbody, which helped a lot in medicine. He alsomade studies in dead people and a...
 Architect: he designed some plans. Musician. Mathematician: He determined thegravitational centre of a semicircle and ...
He was born near the Tuscan town of Vinciand he died in Château of Cloux,France.He lived during the Renaissance periodbetw...
 Before Leonardo made his studies,discoveries, and anatomical drawings, peopledidn’t know anything about the inside of th...
 To know more about human anatomy,Leonardo did about thirty dissections ofcorpses. The studies were:Fetus in the womb.
The abdominal organs. Two skulls.Anatomy of theeye, section of amans head… and many others of some parts of the body such ...
 As it has been said before, Leonardo daVinci made some studies with dead bodies.At the beggining, Leonardo stole thecorp...
 Finally he made an enormousrecopilation of a lot of anatomicaldrawings and studies.The best ones are the ones of thebone...
 Leonardo’s anatomical drawingsappeared in the 20th century. They werenot discovered before because the sonof Leonardo’s ...
In both images we can see a baby inside the mother’s uterus, but wefind some differences between them.The main one is that...
As we can observein these images, thedrawings of leonardoare quite similar to thereal skeleton. We cansay they areamazingl...
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Este trabajo ha sido realizado por un alumno del IES FRancés de Aranda de Teruel dentro del proyecto LEONARDO DA... JUEGO, desarrollado junto con el IES Salvador VIctoria de Monral del Campo en el curso 2012/2013

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  1. 1. 1. Introduction (p 1-8)2. Anatomy research (p 9- 14)3. Anatomical drawings of Leonardo: acomparison with nowadays knowledge.(p 15 & 16)
  2. 2. Leonardo da Vinci was an Italian… Painter: he did famous paintings such as the MonaLisa and the Last Supper.
  3. 3.  Sculptor: he designed the rearinghorse and mounted warrior, but hefinally didn’t sculped it.
  4. 4.  Inventor: He invented many objectsused in our ordinary life and manyother things: flying machines, the firstcar, the bycicle…
  5. 5.  Anatomist: He drew many parts of the humanbody, which helped a lot in medicine. He alsomade studies in dead people and animals. Thanksto them, he made a lot of discoveries about theinside of our body.
  6. 6.  Architect: he designed some plans. Musician. Mathematician: He determined thegravitational centre of a semicircle and of apyramid by different methods. Engineer. Geologist. Cartographer. Botanist. Writer.
  7. 7. He was born near the Tuscan town of Vinciand he died in Château of Cloux,France.He lived during the Renaissance periodbetween 1452 to 1519.During his life, he lived and worked inVenice, Florence, Milan, Mantua, Rome,Bologna… And he met a lot of importantpeople such as Ludivico il Moro,Verrochio, Michelangelo…
  8. 8.  Before Leonardo made his studies,discoveries, and anatomical drawings, peopledidn’t know anything about the inside of thehuman body. Nobody knew aboutLeonardo’s investigations because the churchdidn’t permit him to open human bodies. When Leonardo died, his studies were storedand were not published. When the drawingswere published, about 150 years later, most ofhis anatomical studies were alreadydiscovered. But they helped a lot in medicine(not as much as they could have helped ifthey were published before).
  9. 9.  To know more about human anatomy,Leonardo did about thirty dissections ofcorpses. The studies were:Fetus in the womb.
  10. 10. The abdominal organs. Two skulls.Anatomy of theeye, section of amans head… and many others of some parts of the body such as the arm, theheart, the feet, the legs, the reproductve systems, muscles, tendons…
  11. 11.  As it has been said before, Leonardo daVinci made some studies with dead bodies.At the beggining, Leonardo stole thecorpses, because it was prohibited to openthem. Then, they permitted him to use thebodies of dead criminals. Later somehospitals offered him to take the bodies ofpeople who had died there.Observation was used a lot to make thestudies and the drawings. This explains whyhis anatomical drawings were so accuratein relation to the others at his time.
  12. 12.  Finally he made an enormousrecopilation of a lot of anatomicaldrawings and studies.The best ones are the ones of thebones and the skeleton, the arms andthe legs.
  13. 13.  Leonardo’s anatomical drawingsappeared in the 20th century. They werenot discovered before because the sonof Leonardo’s assistant sold them to anItalian sculptor who stored them in anotebook with other artistic paintings. Asnobody knew abot them, the drawingswere not published.Some experts say that if his drawingshad ben published before, the Europeananatomical knowledge would havebeen better.
  14. 14. In both images we can see a baby inside the mother’s uterus, but wefind some differences between them.The main one is that Leonardo drew a baby with wrong proportionsbecause the drawing of the baby is more similar to an adult than to ababy. In the real picture we can observe that the head of the fetus isbigger than in the drawing and the body is smaller. Also the legs andthe arms of the Leonardo’s one are longer.
  15. 15. As we can observein these images, thedrawings of leonardoare quite similar to thereal skeleton. We cansay they areamazingly accurate ifwe take into accountthat these drawingswere done in the 17thcentury and with themethods of thatperiod.

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