The archaeologists discovered a secret message hidden in a painting of Leonardo da Vinci. The message was revealed behind the walls of the Palazzo Vechio, an ancient palace in Florence that was founded in the 1300s.
Secret message that says ’seek and ye shall find’ (Cerca trova) on a mural painting on the wall of Da Vinci. According to Dailymail.co.uk, Tuesday (13/3), the researchers turned out to reveal the secret message is referring to a work of Da Vinci’s been missing since 400 years ago.
A miniature camera endoscope inserted into the wall in the Palazzo Vechio, and obtain samples of chemical pigments are also used in the Da Vinci painting Mona Lisa. Mona Lisa is considered one of Da Vinci’s most phenomenal, which is assumed to have been destroyed by fire in the 16th century.
This invention makes possible a variety of researchers believe that the phenomenal work of Da Vinci has been deliberately hidden by other painters. The archaeologists began to investigate the murals in the Palazzo Vechio after an archaeologist to find the words, “Cerca trova ‘.
“These data are found are very encouraging,” said researchers from the National Geographic, Maurizio Seracini. Although scientists are still in early stages of research, and is still much work to be done to solve this mystery.
In 1503, Da Vinci was commissioned by Piero Soderini Gonfaloniere painting ‘Battle of Anghiari’ in Hall 500 of the Palazzo Vecchio, the seat of government in Florence.
The painting commemorates the 1440 victory of the battle on the plains of Anghiari between Milan and the Italian League led by Republic of Florence. The Florentines present as an important force in central Italy, the Papacy and dominated Italian politics for hundreds of years.
Leonardo Da Vinci himself had a scene in the film industry, through the science fiction film called Da Vinci Code. The film tells how the secret of Da Vinci’s paintings reveal about the person of Jesus in the painting ‘The Last Supper’nya.
Leonado Da Vinci was an artist as well as the scientist who was born in 1452, the Enlightenment (Renaissance) Europe. His work along with other works of the Enlightenment scientists, like Galileo Galilei much opposed by the church at that time opposed to science. However, due to Da Vinci’s scientific approach to using the art of making himself more secure than Galileo.