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December 8, 2012 @ 08:53 AM
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</span><span>"The Da Vinci Code" makes a lot of claims about art and the Christian Bible.
Of all the disputed statements in the book, these can be the hardest to prove or
quantify. Although some people spend their entire lives studying and
interpreting art or religious scriptures, both fields are by nature imprecise.
However, the widely accepted theory is that the painting depicts Lisa
Gherardini, the wife of Francesco del Giocondo. "Mona" is a title meaning "my
lady" in Italian, and the woman who sat for the portrait was named Lisa."The Da
Vinci Code" also proposes theories about Leonardo's painting of the "Last
Supper." According to the book, it shows Mary Magdalene at the right hand of
Jesus as well as a disembodied hand bearing a knife. Langdon's explanation for
why people don't notice the painting's hidden meaning involves "scotoma" -- the
brain blocking knowledge associated with powerful symbols. Careful examination
of the painting also reveals that the "disembodied" hand really belongs to
Peter, although he is holding the knife in a somewhat awkward position. However,
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just before she says the American Embassy is only two miles away.
</span><span>A hundred kilometers per liter -- or 239 miles per gallon -- is an impossible
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December 8, 2012 @ 09:50 AM
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