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The Resource 101 things you didn't know about da Vinci, by Shana Priwer and Cynthia Phillips

101 things you didn't know about da Vinci, by Shana Priwer and Cynthia Phillips

Label
101 things you didn't know about da Vinci
Title
101 things you didn't know about da Vinci
Statement of responsibility
by Shana Priwer and Cynthia Phillips
Title variation
  • 101 things you did not know about da Vinci
  • One hundred one things you didn't know about Da Vinci
  • One hundred one things you did not know about Da Vinci
  • One hundred and one things you didn't know about Da Vinci
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Biography type
individual biography
Cataloging source
DLC
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Priwer, Shana
Dewey number
  • 709/.2
  • B
Index
no index present
LC call number
N6923.L33
LC item number
P75 2005
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Phillips, Cynthia
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Leonardo
  • Artists
  • Scientists
Target audience
adult
Label
101 things you didn't know about da Vinci, by Shana Priwer and Cynthia Phillips
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0510/2005009558.html
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"The secrets of the world's most eccentric and innovative genius revealed"--Cover
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 5
  • 72
  • 32
  • Finish that painting! Leonardo and the fine art of completion
  • 74
  • 33
  • Building the scene-scape
  • 77
  • 34
  • An architecture of the imagination
  • 79
  • 3
  • 35
  • It's all in the details
  • 80
  • 36
  • Monks and lawyers and artists, oh my!
  • 82
  • 37
  • Life and times of The Last Supper
  • 84
  • 38
  • "Current events" in fifteenth-century Italy
  • There's something about Lisa
  • 87
  • 39
  • Oldies but goodies
  • 89
  • 40
  • Building the Renaissance
  • 92
  • 41
  • Milan dome
  • 7
  • 94
  • 42
  • Order in the Church!
  • 96
  • 43
  • San Giovanni Church: Closer to heaven
  • 98
  • 44
  • Build it and they will come: Designs for other public structures
  • 100
  • 4
  • 45
  • Military architecture, the design of defense
  • 102
  • 46
  • He built this city
  • 104
  • Part 3
  • What It's All About
  • 107
  • 47
  • Life you're born into
  • Observe and understand
  • 109
  • 48
  • Love that body!
  • 111
  • 49
  • From the inside out: Studies of human systems
  • 113
  • 50
  • Fawning over flora
  • 9
  • 115
  • 51
  • Perfect man
  • 117
  • 52
  • Getting physical with science
  • 119
  • 53
  • It's all in the circle game
  • 121
  • 5
  • 54
  • Before planes, trains, and automobiles
  • 123
  • 55
  • War games
  • 125
  • 56
  • Building a better ... cannon?
  • 127
  • 57
  • Siblings of a genius
  • Leonardo's robot
  • 130
  • 58
  • Chutes (we already covered ladders)
  • 131
  • 59
  • It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a flying machine!
  • 133
  • 60
  • Leonardo's whirlybird
  • 11
  • 135
  • 61
  • World before Xerox
  • 136
  • 62
  • Under the boardwalk, down by the sea
  • 139
  • 63
  • Containing the forces of nature
  • 141
  • Part 1
  • 6
  • 64
  • Harnessing the power of water
  • 143
  • 65
  • Ocean liners of the future
  • 145
  • 66
  • Around and around we go
  • 147
  • 67
  • It's all relative
  • Gone with the Schwinn
  • 149
  • 68
  • A coach fit for a king
  • 151
  • Part 4
  • Writing, Drawing, and Music
  • 153
  • 69
  • Leonardo diaries
  • 14
  • 155
  • 70
  • Every binder needs a few dividers
  • 157
  • 71
  • And the lucky winner is ...
  • 159
  • 72
  • Decoding the codices
  • 162
  • 7
  • 73
  • Say cheese!
  • 165
  • 74
  • It's like looking in a mirror
  • 167
  • 75
  • Write to the point
  • 169
  • 76
  • Youthful adventures
  • Bringing down the house
  • 171
  • Part 5
  • Who, What, Where, and What Else
  • 173
  • 77
  • Michelangelo: The Renaissance's "other great artist"
  • 175
  • 78
  • Young master Raphael
  • 15
  • 177
  • 79
  • Botticelli on a half-shell
  • 179
  • 80
  • Titian: His own personal giant
  • 182
  • 81
  • Machiavelli: The literary prince of the Renaissance
  • 184
  • 8
  • 82
  • Talking about a religious revolution
  • 187
  • 83
  • Center of the universe
  • 189
  • 84
  • Leonardo on the analyst's couch
  • 191
  • Part 6
  • Get to work! Leonardo's early training
  • Writing on the Wall
  • 193
  • 85
  • Vegetable soup for a gentle soul
  • 195
  • 86
  • Highly personal accusations
  • 197
  • 87
  • Amigos, compadres ... lovers?
  • 17
  • 199
  • 88
  • Let's talk about sex
  • 201
  • 89
  • Warning: Genius at work
  • 203
  • 90
  • Minor errors of a major genius
  • 205
  • 9
  • 91
  • Why be normal?
  • 207
  • 92
  • Crazy like a fox
  • 209
  • 93
  • More than meets the eye
  • 212
  • 94
  • In the Beginning
  • What did they do before there were bookstores?
  • "R-e-s-p-e-c-t"
  • 214
  • 95
  • Sincerest form of flattery
  • 217
  • 96
  • A horse of a different color
  • 219
  • 97
  • In the beginning, there was religion
  • 19
  • 222
  • 98
  • It's all in the name!
  • 224
  • 99
  • In sickness and in health
  • 226
  • 100
  • Leonardo da Vinci: The Renaissance man
  • 228
  • 10
  • 101
  • Real deal on The Da Vinci Code
  • 230
  • Apprenticeship, or learning from your elders
  • 20
  • 11
  • Turning dust into gold: Early painting experience
  • 23
  • 12
  • Getting off to a good start
  • 1
  • 25
  • 13
  • Company of Painters: Membership has its privileges
  • 28
  • 14
  • Striking out on his own
  • 30
  • 15
  • Rebirth of Italy
  • 32
  • 1
  • 16
  • Renaissance religion
  • 34
  • 17
  • Don't forget the golden oldies
  • 37
  • 18
  • Show me the money!
  • 39
  • 19
  • Where it all began: Vinci, Italy
  • Importance of being sponsored
  • 41
  • 20
  • Lorenzo the Magnificent
  • 44
  • 21
  • Playing up to the duke
  • 46
  • 22
  • Look out, it's Cesare Borgia!
  • 3
  • 48
  • 23
  • Best of the Louis
  • 50
  • 24
  • Don't mess with the pope
  • 53
  • 25
  • Francois I, King of France and friend of Leonardo
  • 55
  • 2
  • 26
  • Da Vinci University
  • 57
  • Part 2
  • Best of the Best of the Best
  • 61
  • 27
  • Early sculpture: A celebration in three dimensions
  • 63
  • 28
  • Mamas and the papas, and everyone in between
  • Form, function, and the whole nine yards
  • 65
  • 29
  • A horse is a horse, of course, of course
  • 67
  • 30
  • Draw up a chair!
  • 69
  • 31
  • Scene behind the scene
Control code
ocm58843146
Dimensions
16 cm
Extent
xiii, 240 pages
Isbn
9781593373467
Lccn
2005009558
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
709.2 L553P ; P ; XX-N ; Contract copy (ES) slightly water damaged ; C1005BT1(ES).
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o58843146
  • (Sirsi) o58843146
Label
101 things you didn't know about da Vinci, by Shana Priwer and Cynthia Phillips
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0510/2005009558.html
Publication
Note
"The secrets of the world's most eccentric and innovative genius revealed"--Cover
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 5
  • 72
  • 32
  • Finish that painting! Leonardo and the fine art of completion
  • 74
  • 33
  • Building the scene-scape
  • 77
  • 34
  • An architecture of the imagination
  • 79
  • 3
  • 35
  • It's all in the details
  • 80
  • 36
  • Monks and lawyers and artists, oh my!
  • 82
  • 37
  • Life and times of The Last Supper
  • 84
  • 38
  • "Current events" in fifteenth-century Italy
  • There's something about Lisa
  • 87
  • 39
  • Oldies but goodies
  • 89
  • 40
  • Building the Renaissance
  • 92
  • 41
  • Milan dome
  • 7
  • 94
  • 42
  • Order in the Church!
  • 96
  • 43
  • San Giovanni Church: Closer to heaven
  • 98
  • 44
  • Build it and they will come: Designs for other public structures
  • 100
  • 4
  • 45
  • Military architecture, the design of defense
  • 102
  • 46
  • He built this city
  • 104
  • Part 3
  • What It's All About
  • 107
  • 47
  • Life you're born into
  • Observe and understand
  • 109
  • 48
  • Love that body!
  • 111
  • 49
  • From the inside out: Studies of human systems
  • 113
  • 50
  • Fawning over flora
  • 9
  • 115
  • 51
  • Perfect man
  • 117
  • 52
  • Getting physical with science
  • 119
  • 53
  • It's all in the circle game
  • 121
  • 5
  • 54
  • Before planes, trains, and automobiles
  • 123
  • 55
  • War games
  • 125
  • 56
  • Building a better ... cannon?
  • 127
  • 57
  • Siblings of a genius
  • Leonardo's robot
  • 130
  • 58
  • Chutes (we already covered ladders)
  • 131
  • 59
  • It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a flying machine!
  • 133
  • 60
  • Leonardo's whirlybird
  • 11
  • 135
  • 61
  • World before Xerox
  • 136
  • 62
  • Under the boardwalk, down by the sea
  • 139
  • 63
  • Containing the forces of nature
  • 141
  • Part 1
  • 6
  • 64
  • Harnessing the power of water
  • 143
  • 65
  • Ocean liners of the future
  • 145
  • 66
  • Around and around we go
  • 147
  • 67
  • It's all relative
  • Gone with the Schwinn
  • 149
  • 68
  • A coach fit for a king
  • 151
  • Part 4
  • Writing, Drawing, and Music
  • 153
  • 69
  • Leonardo diaries
  • 14
  • 155
  • 70
  • Every binder needs a few dividers
  • 157
  • 71
  • And the lucky winner is ...
  • 159
  • 72
  • Decoding the codices
  • 162
  • 7
  • 73
  • Say cheese!
  • 165
  • 74
  • It's like looking in a mirror
  • 167
  • 75
  • Write to the point
  • 169
  • 76
  • Youthful adventures
  • Bringing down the house
  • 171
  • Part 5
  • Who, What, Where, and What Else
  • 173
  • 77
  • Michelangelo: The Renaissance's "other great artist"
  • 175
  • 78
  • Young master Raphael
  • 15
  • 177
  • 79
  • Botticelli on a half-shell
  • 179
  • 80
  • Titian: His own personal giant
  • 182
  • 81
  • Machiavelli: The literary prince of the Renaissance
  • 184
  • 8
  • 82
  • Talking about a religious revolution
  • 187
  • 83
  • Center of the universe
  • 189
  • 84
  • Leonardo on the analyst's couch
  • 191
  • Part 6
  • Get to work! Leonardo's early training
  • Writing on the Wall
  • 193
  • 85
  • Vegetable soup for a gentle soul
  • 195
  • 86
  • Highly personal accusations
  • 197
  • 87
  • Amigos, compadres ... lovers?
  • 17
  • 199
  • 88
  • Let's talk about sex
  • 201
  • 89
  • Warning: Genius at work
  • 203
  • 90
  • Minor errors of a major genius
  • 205
  • 9
  • 91
  • Why be normal?
  • 207
  • 92
  • Crazy like a fox
  • 209
  • 93
  • More than meets the eye
  • 212
  • 94
  • In the Beginning
  • What did they do before there were bookstores?
  • "R-e-s-p-e-c-t"
  • 214
  • 95
  • Sincerest form of flattery
  • 217
  • 96
  • A horse of a different color
  • 219
  • 97
  • In the beginning, there was religion
  • 19
  • 222
  • 98
  • It's all in the name!
  • 224
  • 99
  • In sickness and in health
  • 226
  • 100
  • Leonardo da Vinci: The Renaissance man
  • 228
  • 10
  • 101
  • Real deal on The Da Vinci Code
  • 230
  • Apprenticeship, or learning from your elders
  • 20
  • 11
  • Turning dust into gold: Early painting experience
  • 23
  • 12
  • Getting off to a good start
  • 1
  • 25
  • 13
  • Company of Painters: Membership has its privileges
  • 28
  • 14
  • Striking out on his own
  • 30
  • 15
  • Rebirth of Italy
  • 32
  • 1
  • 16
  • Renaissance religion
  • 34
  • 17
  • Don't forget the golden oldies
  • 37
  • 18
  • Show me the money!
  • 39
  • 19
  • Where it all began: Vinci, Italy
  • Importance of being sponsored
  • 41
  • 20
  • Lorenzo the Magnificent
  • 44
  • 21
  • Playing up to the duke
  • 46
  • 22
  • Look out, it's Cesare Borgia!
  • 3
  • 48
  • 23
  • Best of the Louis
  • 50
  • 24
  • Don't mess with the pope
  • 53
  • 25
  • Francois I, King of France and friend of Leonardo
  • 55
  • 2
  • 26
  • Da Vinci University
  • 57
  • Part 2
  • Best of the Best of the Best
  • 61
  • 27
  • Early sculpture: A celebration in three dimensions
  • 63
  • 28
  • Mamas and the papas, and everyone in between
  • Form, function, and the whole nine yards
  • 65
  • 29
  • A horse is a horse, of course, of course
  • 67
  • 30
  • Draw up a chair!
  • 69
  • 31
  • Scene behind the scene
Control code
ocm58843146
Dimensions
16 cm
Extent
xiii, 240 pages
Isbn
9781593373467
Lccn
2005009558
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
709.2 L553P ; P ; XX-N ; Contract copy (ES) slightly water damaged ; C1005BT1(ES).
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o58843146
  • (Sirsi) o58843146

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