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History & The Arts
Craig Harrison explains how new stories were found in the familiar painting of The Arnolfini Marriage.
Introducing the secret behind an enigmatic masterpiece.
Although medical services were widely provided, they relied on a second century view of how the body worked.
Historians have argued that the Church saw dissection as a desecration of God's creation. But Katherine Park has found evidence of numerous dissections.
Before the printing revolution, books had to be written by hand, making them very expensive. Afterwards books became consumer products.
Dr Kate Crawley assesses the life and legacy of Leonardo da Vinci.
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