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By Ann C. Pizzorusso | Comments: ( 492 ) | Date: ( Apr 01, 2020 )

If Leonardo da Vinci were alive today, he would not just be on the cutting edge of the art scene he would also be at the forefront of the technological revolution, the internet, as well as scientific and medical advancements Yet, even with this great mix, there was something else he offered he was a great geologist So now, he s going to be our guide to Italy, revealingIf Leonardo da Vinci were alive today, he would not just be on the cutting edge of the art scene he would also be at the forefront of the technological revolution, the internet, as well as scientific and medical advancements Yet, even with this great mix, there was something else he offered he was a great geologist So now, he s going to be our guide to Italy, revealing many of the secrets this land has held for millennia Many ancient scientists, historians and writers tried to understand this fascinating place, but whatever progress they made was eliminated either by time or by scientific positions which held that the ideas were folklore Interestingly, it is now the advances in science and scientific testing instruments which are proving that which the ancients knew You ll learn about radioactive waters that are good for our health, found on an island thought to have a fountain of youth the secret of living in areas with positive and negative magnetic fields, and how they influence our health and well being a visit to the real Underworld, with scorching steam and noxious vapors how amber has healing properties to reduce body pain and cure throat ailments mysterious roads carved 30 meters into volcanic rock which crisscross necropolises ancient votive offerings in the form of body parts which can be found today as religious candles sacred cave drip waters used by women to insure fertility and abundant breast milk the stairway to Heaven as noted in the Bible and the Led Zeppelin song unexplained earthquake lights that are thought to be UFOs the ominous or auspicious meaning of thunder occurring on certain days the oracles who forecasted the future while in a trance induced by inhaling gases emitted from the earth You ll see how the dramatic geological landscape of Italy has provided abundant Earthly inspiration for some of the greatest cultural, literary and artistic achievements of mankind.


  • Title: Tweeting Da Vinci
  • Author: Ann C. Pizzorusso
  • ISBN: 9781940613000
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Hardcover

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Ann C. Pizzorusso

Ann C. Pizzorusso Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Tweeting Da Vinci book, this is one of the most wanted Ann C. Pizzorusso author readers around the world.


Tweeting Da Vinci Hier sollte eine Beschreibung angezeigt werden, diese Seite lsst dies jedoch nicht zu. Tweeting Da Vinci by Ann C Pizzorusso Tweeting Da Vinci is a straight up fascinating read It talks about various aspects of Italian geography and how that has impacted the culture The first chapter talks about central Italian geography and how it impacted the Etruscan culture and religion. Tweeting Da Vinci tweetingdavinci Twitter The latest Tweets from Tweeting Da Vinci tweetingdavinci Join geologist Ann as she explores the fascinating secrets of Italy in her prize winning book Like us on Tweeting Da Vinci Home Facebook Tweeting Da Vinci May , On May , , at Clos Luc, Amboise, France, Leonardo da Vinci departed this life, having filled the Earth with his beautiful works of art. Tweeting Da Vinci YouTube Book Presentation of Tweeting Da Vinci Twittando Da Vinci Da Vinci Press, by Ann Pizzorusso Geologist and Italian Renaissance art scholar Ann C Pizzorusso presents her new book Tweeting Da Vinci YouTube Author Ann Pizzorusso discusses her new book called Tweeting Da Vinci The geologist by trade is also an Italian Renaissance scholar has won top awards for her science book.


Comments Tweeting Da Vinci

  • Tawney

    I received this book compliments of Da Vinci Press through the First Read Program.The variety of the many illustrations (even the inside of the jacket) announces the book's theme: that the geology of Italy has directly influenced the beliefs and the arts of the peoples who have lived there for thousands of years. The introductory chapter explains just how complicated the formation of Italy has been. The results - volcanoes, fumaroles, mineral springs and caverns - influence religion, building m [...]


  • Sam

    I love this book! I wish that there were non-fiction books wit this beautiful art and so much information. While I don't quite understand the title, it is catchy. This book was fill of all sorts of information ranging from history to important maps to facts you would never have guessed or known otherwise.I highly recommend this book for anyone interested in history and in the development of Italy and it's lovely history! 4 out of 5!


  • Jim Razinha

    I got this book through a giveaway. Reviewing a gift is an odd thingbut I need to be fair to future readers. The title is quite misleading. Save for a brief mention in the Foreword, and two sections late in the book, there is little da Vinci. And no tweeting. Instead we are treated to a pretty and nicely made book printed on quality paper that is all over the topical map. The author talks of Etruscan history and geologic formations, Virgil and volcanism, geology, poetry, more history, Goethe, D [...]


  • Zeb Kantrowitz

    Unless you are a geologist yourself, you are not going to find this book very useful (at least in my non-geologist opinion). The first half of the book (the first three chapters) relates the geological history of the Italian Peninsula, and gives a history of the Etruscan civilization. Pizzorusso discusses how the Etruscans made us of the “Tuff” stone in Tuscany as both building materials and for the digging of tunnels for aqueducts and funeral vaults.There then is a section on the hot-spring [...]


  • Chris

    I received this book as part of GoodReads First Reads giveaway.'Tweeting Da Vinci' is a straight up fascinating read. It talks about various aspects of Italian geography and how that has impacted the culture. The first chapter talks about central Italian geography and how it impacted the Etruscan culture and religion. The second chapter is about how the underworld in Virgil's Aeneid reflects actual Italian geology (like Virgil was describing real places in Italy when describing the entrance to t [...]


  • Keri Rose

    I will write a review at a later date after I delve further into this book. I did want to mention my initial reaction. When this package arrived and I took a peek inside, I could barely contain my excitement. It was like opening a gift for a special occasion. Just skimming through the pages, I knew this was a gem. I look forward to discovering the treasures within these pages. In all actuality, this was not the book I thought I was going to be getting. I was initiallly interested in this book be [...]


  • Clare O'Beara

    I enjoyed this book which focuses on geology and history in Italy. I don't believe the cover does it justice as the interior pages are colourfully illustrated, and lavishly decorated in some cases. The cover just comes across as black, especially in thumbnail.We learn about the forces and types of rock shaping the Italian peninsula; the legends and their origins in caves, volcanism and waters; gemstones including pearls and amber, and what their uses were in medicine and symbolism (I found this [...]


  • Karen

    A lot different from what I expected. Deceiving summary. Deceiving title. Its sort of like a textbook, per say.Other than that, its alright. (2 stars - it was ok)


  • Sweetpea

    I received a free copy of this book from the First Reads program in exchange for an honest review. Beautiful book, very interesting read.


  • K.

    I won a free copy from the First Reads Giveaway Program and think that it interesting. I would recommend it to everyone.


  • K.

    I won a free copy from the First Reads Giveaway Program and think that it interesting. I would recommend it to everyone.


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