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His life was absolutely fascinating — even beyond his creations and discoveries. In fact, for two years of his life, DaVinci was missing. From 1476 to 1478, few primary sources recorded DaVinci’s activities. Some believe that DaVinci went to a cave where he discovered aliens! According to the theory, he wrote about his discoveries in those notebooks. While the theory hasn’t been proven, it goes to show that DaVinci lived a life unlike many others.
After a life full of beautiful art and fascinating discoveries, DaVinci died in 1519 in France. He was 67 years old.

DaVinci’s Most Famous Works
When talking about Leonardo DaVinci, much of the conversation centers on his works and inventions. His works were timeless and his inventions were ahead of his time. He had the unique ability to make beautiful works and thought-provoking inventions that continue to captivate us.

Ultimately, much of DaVinci’s knowledge can be found in his famous notebooks. He used his notebooks to not only think about creations he was working on, but to think about life as a whole. Clearly, DaVinci was a thinker beyond his time. Even in the year 2020, it’s safe to say that he was one of the most remarkable humans that ever walked our planet.

One of the Most Fascinating People in Human History
In all likelihood, there will never be another person like Leonardo DaVinci. He was such a talented artist, sculptor, architect, and designer. He truly fits the label of “Renaissance Man.” But even beyond his works that we continue to enjoy, his life was absolutely fascinating. From studying under great artists to perhaps discovering aliens, DaVinci was an unbelievable person. Whether you are looking at his pieces of art or the forward-looking ideas in his famous notebooks, I’m sure you can say the same.

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