Punch on: Open thread 26/07/2012
Enigmatic isn’t the first word that springs to mind when thinking of Leonardo da Vinci’s portrait of “Mona Lisa”.But that’s how archaeologists have described the smile of the famous woman, whose remains they are searching for in Florence, Italy.
Well their search may be over, according to this report by News.com.au. Apparently the pile of bones pictured above could turn out to be the skeleton of a Lisa Gherardini, the Florentine noblewoman widely believed to have served as the muse for Leonardo da Vinci’s famous painting.
But we’re not convinced. Do you see any resemblance? Welcome to Thursday, what’s on your mind?
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