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Florence study proves artist Leonardo da Vinci was ambidextrous


An in-depth study of Leonardo da Vinci's earliest-known drawing has proved that the great Renaissance artist was ambidextrous, Italy's Uffizi Gallery said on Monday. (Reuters Lifestyle) More More

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