Get a deeper understanding of one of history’s great geniuses with this fully working, scale model of a Leonardo Da Vinci Catapult.
There is so much more to the great Italian Renaissance man than a Dan Brown novel. Leonardo Da Vinci was an artist, musician, writer, architect, inventor, engineer and so much more. Among his enormous body of work was the Codex Atlanticus, a twelve-volume set of drawings and writings, which included designs for weaponry.
Now for the first time you can build and test out your very own, working, scale model of a Leonardo Da Vinci Catapult taken from the Codex Atlanticus. Have fun assembling the ingenious design, and then test it by flinging the soft clay balls (included) over, an amazing, 15 feet.
The model is made of wood and when fully assembled measures in at an impressive 41cm x 25cm x 16cm. It is the perfect gift to educate and entertain, and is ideal for hobbyists, model builders, and school projects.
So begin to solve the Da Vinci code today, by discovering more about Leonardo.