This picture represents the Colosseo, which ia a very famous monument in Rome, Italy. The Colosseo was built in Rome during the Roman Empire and it was a place where people went to have fun seeing gladiators fighting. This monument is a classical monument because there are: classical columns, arches  and it also has niches with sculptures. It is linear and it has balance.

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Cloning Video

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Cloning is the creation of an organism that is an exact genetic copy of another by using the DNA of the original organism. If the vital organs of the human body can be cloned, they can serve as backup systems for human beings. Cloning technologies can prove helpful for the researchers in genetics.Cloning created identical genes. It is a process of replicating a genetic constitution, thus hampering the diversity in genes. While lessening the diversity in genes, we weaken our ability of adaptation.

Me personaly i’m against cloning because i think is against nature and because i think that people in the world would not be unique anymore if they all have many exact copies of their self, i think that the world is beautiful because it has varities.

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Da Vinci

 Da Vinci’s Mirror Writing notes

 Leonardo Da Vinci

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Leonardo da Vinci


Leonardo da Vinci was born in Vinci in 1450 and died in May 2nd 1519, France . He was an Italian polymath: painter, sculptor, architect, musician, scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, botanist and writer. Da Vinci worked a lot projecting machines, he also wrote a mirror writing which means starting from the right to the left of the paper. Leonardo da Vinci also made many discovers for the renaissance time mostly about machines and their function. Verrocchio was his master and Leonardo learned a lot from him. Da Vinci had lots of challenges to face because he had lots of rivals who were good as well.

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Filippo Brunelleschi

Brunelleschi Filippo

Chapel built by Brunelleschi, his first real challenge

Roman Pantheo, one of his interests. Whenever he had time he liked to research about its history

Brunelleschi studied science of motion with wheels

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Brunelleschi was born in 1377 and he died in 1446. Brunelleschi knew the skills of mounting, engraving and embossing he also studies science of motion with wheels,gears, cogs andweights.He was  interested in Roman engineering and the use of fixed proportion and Roman vaults. His main enemy was Ghiberti, the lesser technician. He faced and overcame the challange of the prize of the cathedral,because  he believed in his self and he believed that he could solve the problem. Brunelleschi also invented the prospective making a 2 dimentional thing seem a 3 dimentional

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