Archaeologists Believe They May Have Found Skeleton Remains Of Mona Lisa In Florence
Archaeologists who are looking to dig up the remains of the woman with the most famous smile of all-time may have struck gold, as they believe they have found the remains of Mona Lisa.
Archaeologists discovered two bodies, one whole and one fragmented, in the same grave in the basement of the former convent of St. Ursula in Florence.
It is said that Mona Lisa Gherardini, the model for Leonardo da Vinci‘s famous Mona Lisa painting was buried there in the 1500s.
Today’s discovery brings the total number of skeletons found to seven.
If the remains are found not to be Mona Lisa, then the archaeologists will continue to dig.
James Gilbert | Elite.