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Leonardo da Vinci have been deeply immersed in the study of the humanities as a way to totally apprehend man's place in the world. Under Verocchio's mentorship, Leonardo's early genius used to be considerably nurtured. In addition to drawing, painting, and sculpture, he developed an activity in anatomy, architecture, chemistry, mathematics, and engineering. This education helped hone a profound imagination, which later led to his planning of wonderful inventions, evidenced through his many drawings of navy weapons and mechanical contraptions which make a contribution to his reputation as a genius today. As Sigmund Freud said of him, he was a man, "who awoke too early in the darkness, while the others were all still asleep."
In 1508, Leonardo again to Milan the place he remained for the next five years enjoying the patronage of Charles d'Amboise, the French Governor of Milan, and King Louis XII. This was once a duration in which Leonardo delved closely into scientific activities, which included anatomical, mathematic, mechanical, and botanical studies and the creation of his famous flying machine. Notable commissions in the course of this duration covered work on a Villa for Charles, bridge building, and a venture to create a waterway to link Milan with Lake Como. He additionally devised environment friendly military weapons such as an early example of the computer gun, and his famous giant crossbow.
Leonardo was in the beginning interred in the chapel of St Florentin at the Chateau d'Amboise in the Loire Valley, however the constructing was once destroyed at some stage in the French revolution. Although it is believed that he was once reburied in the smaller chapel of St Hubert, Amboise, the actual vicinity stays unconfirmed.