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...….and other incredible notices relating to LEONARDO DA VINCI who seems had been inspired by Braccio Martelli in his home in Florence.
Many links to be read with care
so, where He found out most of his famous discoveries ?......

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https://www.brepolsonline.net/doi/abs/10.1484/J.arch.3.136?journalCode=arch

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this opens up an unexpected scenario on Leonardo………… did You know ? Never heard ?

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LITTLE DOCTOR

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Leonardo da Vinci, during his stay at the Martelli house, had the opportunity to consult some books that the Martelli family jealously kept in a special room protected by an armored door built by the Martellis themselves. This door was equipped with a rudimentary but effective anti-theft system, and to be open, it needed two keys that had to work simultaneously. The books hidden behind the door were part of the Cathar Bible. The reason why the Martelli family kept these books secretly can be explained by reading the description of the epic story by Roberto da Volterra, a direct descendant of the Martelli family. It seems that Leonardo da Vinci was very interested in the journey of the Templar knight and in particular in the "mirror of Romitone", but this is another story ...
For the moment let's limit ourselves to presenting a detailed biography of Roberto da Volterra. Roberto was also a skilled gunsmith, for this he was hired by the kingdom of Cyprus and joined the Cypriot crusaders on his way to the holy land. Thus it was that Roberto Martello became a crusader and in 1219 he found himself alongside Knights Templar during the siege of Damietta. At that time Roberto made friends especially with the knights of San Giovanni, who later started the knighthood. During the siege, Roberto Martello met a saint who came from Italy to Damietta to try to convert the Sultan of Egypt to Christianity. Later, about a year later, Roberto Martello again met that saint, this time in his land in Val di Sieve. Roberto witnessed the completion of a miracle of the saint: he brought a water source out of the mountain. The miracle is also remembered today as the miracle of the "Madonna of the ditches". From that moment the water became the main element in the life of Roberto Martello and all his descendants, to be searched up to the water temple in Colognole. In fact, having witnessed the miracle of the Madonna dei Fossi convinced Roberto Martello to walk the path of faith and enter the order of the Knights Templar. For this reason, after demonstrating his legitimacy as a knight from birth, he became a postulant and his investiture as a Knight Templar was held in a church in Volterra in the presence of the Counts Guidi who confirmed his knighthood. For this he was named as Roberto da Volterra, although the commenda of belonging was not found in Volterra, but in Montelopio and was referred to as "militia of the temple of Volterra". In just over a year and a half Roberto was able to demonstrate his spiritual and warrior skills to the point of being chosen by "Pierre de Montaigu" as a man suitable for a mission requested by Cardinal Pelagio. It is important to point out that it was Pierre de Montaigu who advised Roberto Martello to go to Bibbona to meet a certain Armenian monk, to convince him to follow him in his difficult mission. However Pierre de Montaigu advised Robert to pay close attention in confronting the monk, as he was also a powerful magician. He from the top of his tower had managed to create an imaginary kingdom in another dimension complete with kings and knights. These characters, evoked by the magician, sometimes escaped from the tower and mixed with the real world, creating much chaos. This is why the Armenian magician was forced to destroy the tower. It is said that the Armenian magician donated to one of these imaginary characters, a real sword forged in the past by the Martellos...
 
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Armeno you could have called yourself a Mongol and let them conquer Europe. It is so stupid, a total waste of souls and energy this unended war.
 

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I wonder if the Tigrano, after having been in Cyprus, managed to arrive in Turkey and then in Syria. Will he have visited the City of the Moon, and then the City of the Sun and those of the Planets, before arriving in Syria?

Will he finally come to Rēš-ina, the city that you now call Ras al-Ayin? And there, will he have visited the ruins of Tell Halaf, and then come to the nearby low hills from where the healing source gushes out, some even say miraculous, of Nab'a al-Kebreet? But not only this source, the place is full of sources with no name, or of which it is better not to name. Will he have already entered the caves from which it emerges, coming out in a thousand streams from the underground, the Khabur river? Will he have found what he is looking for?

Caves, healing springs, and an ancient object with strange powers ... where have I already read about these things?

However, the valley of the Khabur was a beautiful place, before all that blood was poured during the Medz Yeghern ...

But a long time before, I remember that every year we sent some of the sweet wine made by the Commanderies on the island of Cyprus, the island kissed by Aphrodite. A few barrels were directed to the City of the Moon, but a little was also sent to the distant city of Rhesaina. The Jacobite bishop of that city was very fond of the sweet Cypriot wine. It was difficult to send wine to the territories controlled by Arabs and Turks, but we had our good contacts in the Syrian Church.

Joscelin I also tried to conquer Rhesaina, but managed to keep her only for a short time. Who knows, perhaps he was looking for some strange object of power hidden in the caves of the hundred springs, too. What an adventurous life Joscelin I. There was a time, whe he had been trapped by the Turks and he was jailed in a fortress, but a group of fifty excellently trained and disguised Armenian knights managed to break into and liberate him. And so Joscelin I married the daughter of Constantine of Armenia ... but that's another story.
 
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