Archaeologist opens crypts to identify Mona Lisa

08/11/2013 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Is Lisa Gherardini Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa? Archaeologist and art historian Silvano Vinceti is opening crypts in Florence, Italy, to find out. By exhuming the skeletons of Gherardini and her children, Vinceti hopes to find a genetic match, then reconstruct the woman's face to compare it to the masterpiece.

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