Scientists have unearthed the grave of Mona Lisa
A group of archaeologists hope to find in the tomb DNA of her blood relatives
Vladivostok. August 13. VOSTOK-MEDIA - Italian scientists have revealed the family tomb of Lisa Gherardini, who allegedly posed for Leonardo da Vinci during his work on the painting "Mona Lisa." A group of archaeologists hope to find in the tomb DNA of blood relatives of Gherardini, in particular, her son Piero. In this case the question, of who posed for the master, can be put to end.According to The Daily Star, specialists were able to cut a circular hole in the stone floor of the church over the tomb of the family of Florentine silk merchant Francesco del Giocondo - the husband of Lisa Gherardini. The tomb itself is located behind the altar of the basilica of the Holy Annunciation. About that, if they managed to find what you are looking, not yet reported.
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