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DaVinci

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Derek Liu

on 3 May 2010

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Leonardo Da Vinci April 15, 1452 – May 2, 1519 Background Info (Da Vinci's Life) Illegitamate Child
Leonardo di Ser Piero da Vinci (Full Name)
Background Info (Da Vinci's Early Life) Born in Vinci, Florence
Illegitamate Child
Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci (Full Name)
Informal Education
Not very good at Math at an early age
Apprenticed to the artist Andrea di Cione (Age 14)
Exposed To Many Skills Drafting
Chemistry
Metal Working
Plaster Casting
Leather Working
Mechanics
Carpentry
Drawing
Painting
Sculpting
Modeling Leonardo's Childhood Home Inventions War Machines

Boat Design WAR MACHINES Multi Barrel Machine Gun Tested Functional
Very Large
Wide Field of Fire
Reloading is Challenging
Lightweight Scythed Chariot Horse Drawn
Rotating Scythes
Gruesome Armored Tank Tortoise Shaped
Heavy
Metal Enforced
Ringed with Cannons
Wheels Gears Platform Cannons Armor Sighting Turret BOAT DESIGNS Paddle Boat Paddles Churn Water
Move through Water Quickly
Shaped after Fish
May Have Been Built In China Scythed Vessel
Revolving Platform
Built to slash Sails
Drop the Large Scythe so Gravity Allows Maximum Damage HIS INVENTIONS DEREK LIU S H
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D Armored Vessel Light Vessel
Shield is Openable and Closable
When Closed it was a Battering Ram
When Opened Cannon was Revealed

Cannon Shield Battering Ram ANALYZE Did his inventions make much of an impact of the world? Why or Why Not?
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