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" He affirmed that never any man had come into the world who knew so much as Leonardo, and that not only in matters of sculpture, painting, and architecture, for, in addition, he was a great philosopher. "
Leonardo Da Vinci: Artist, Thinker and Man of Science - 第 205 頁
Eugène Müntz 著 - 1898 - 256 頁
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Among the Great Masters of Painting: Thirty-two Reproductions of Famous ...

Walter Rowlands - 1901 - 274 頁
...had a certain acquaintance with Greek and Latin literature, King Francis, who was violently enamored of his great talents, took so great a delight in hearing...architecture, for, in addition, he was a great philosopher." The residence assigned to Leonardo was in the town of Amboise, the cradle of the first colony of artists...
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The Renaissance: A History of Civilization in Italy from 1304-1576 A.D.

Will Durant, Ariel Durant - 1953 - 776 頁
...decline. He enjoyed conversation with Leonardo, and "affirmed," reported Cellini, "that never had any man come into the world who knew so much as Leonardo, and that not only in sculpture, painting, and architecture, for in addition he was a great philosopher."116 Leonardo's anatomical...
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