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The Da Vinci Code
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  • Tomorrow, I’ll show you his fresco The Last Supper, which is one of the most astonishing tributes to the sacred feminine you will ever see.
  • Squinting at his surroundings he saw a plush Renaissance bedroom with Louis XVI furniture, hand-frescoed walls, and a colossal mahogany four-poster bed.
  • Unlike Notre Dame with its colorful frescoes, gilded altar-work, and warm wood, SaintSulpice was stark and cold, conveying an almost barren quality reminiscent of the ascetic cathedrals of Spain.
  • I assume you recognize this fresco?
  • Sophie was staring at the most famous fresco of all time—The Last Supper—Da Vinci’s legendary painting from the wall of Santa Maria delle Grazie near Milan.
  • The decaying fresco portrayed Jesus and His disciples at the moment that Jesus announced one of them would betray Him.
  • This fresco, in fact, is the entire key to the Holy Grail mystery.
  • Does this fresco tell us what the Grail really is?
  • Now, at last, the fresco has been cleaned down to Da Vinci’s original layer of paint.
  • Sophie glanced back to the fresco.
  • Teabing pointed to the two individuals in the center of the fresco.
  • I know the fresco, yes.

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  • I love Michelangelo’s ceiling fresco in the Sistine Chapel.
  • It took a moment before I realized that it was a leafy replica of Michelangelo’s fresco of Adam from the Sistine Chapel.
    Ransom Riggs  --  Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

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