The Real Da Vinci Code: Mona Lisa’s bones found?

Mona Lisa’s bones found? It’s possible. Archaeologists have found the bones of a woman believed to be Lisa Gherardini, the woman whose face some believe was immortalized for eternity as the famous Mona Lisa. The human remains were exhumed from a crypt that lay beneath the altar at the Convent of St. Orsola in Florence, Italy for nearly 500 years.

via Mona Lisa’s bones found: Remains in Italy may belong to da Vinci’s muse – Boston Top News |


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One Reply to “The Real Da Vinci Code: Mona Lisa’s bones found?”

  1. I agree with her relative, “Natalia Guicciardini Strozzi said, “My ancestor’s remains should be left to rest in peace. What difference would finding her remains make to the allure of Leonardo’s painting?” Guess it would prove that the picture is not Leonardo in drag. So what? I expect a TV documentary to make some people some money.

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