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Leonardo da Vinci’s mother might have been a slave: here’s what the discovery reveals about Renaissance Europe

By Gabriele Neher, Associate Professor in History of Art, University of Nottingham
A document, which dates to 1452, shows that da Vinci’s father emancipated an enslaved woman named Caterina – Leonardo’s mother.The Conversation

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