Leonardo da Vinci visited our group today and, in his excellent Italian accent,
told us about painting, sketching, anatomy, and machines.
After we ate our minestrone soup and bread, we actually dissected worms.
Vincent did not like the formaldehyde.
After dissection, the students sketched their findings.
Here are the flags of the city-states important to da Vinci:
Time for a Renaissance dance:
Printing was also important during the Renaissance, and here is Eva stamping letters:
In addition to printing, dancing, and dissection, there was a table for sketching x-rays,
mirror drawing, and anatomy.