Professor Stefaan Missinne speaks in Vienna

The Society of the Friends of the Austrian Academy of Sciences has recently announced that one of our authors, Professor Stefaan Missinne, is to present a lecture hosted on February 18th by the Medical University of Vienna Library covering his ground-breaking work on the discovery of the Leonardo da Vinci Globe. As regular readers of … Continue reading Professor Stefaan Missinne speaks in Vienna

Professor Stefaan Missinne presents in Rome

The Centro Italiano per gli Studi Storico Geografici in Rome was the latest institution to host Professor Stefaan Missinne, who was again presenting the remarkable findings contained within his book The Da Vinci Globe. Academics from countries all across Europe attended the international conference. Also being discussed was Ferdinand Magellan’s circumnavigation of the Earth. To … Continue reading Professor Stefaan Missinne presents in Rome

Stefaan Missinne at the Conference on Il Mappamondo di Leonardo

On the 22nd August one of our authors, Stefaan Missinne, attended the conference on Il Mappamondo di Leonardo in Italy to promote his book The Da Vinci Globe. To watch his talk about the book you can click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNsmYWBbBms&feature=youtu.be Professor Stefaan Missinne received his PhD from the Economics University in Vienna in 1990. He is … Continue reading Stefaan Missinne at the Conference on Il Mappamondo di Leonardo

Press Release: The Da Vinci Globe by Stefaan Missinne

The groundbreaking new book from Cambridge Scholars Publishing, released on July 26th, authenticates Leonardo da Vinci’s 1504 Globe and contains an excellent analysis of Leonardo’s circular map from South America’s 1503 coastline discovered at the British Library.  Leonardo da Vinci, already established as one of the artistic and scientific giants in world history, was also the … Continue reading Press Release: The Da Vinci Globe by Stefaan Missinne

500th Anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci: Lecture by Prof. Dr. Stefaan Missinne at the University of Vienna

This quarter has been very busy for one of our authors, Stefaan Missinne. He appeared at the 500th Anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci and performed a lecture at the University of Vienna. He is pictured in the Journal of Cercle Diplomatique (CD_02-2019_153_Le Rendezvous_Stefaan Missinne_230x148). He and his wife also met with the Chancellor of Austria, Dr. … Continue reading 500th Anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci: Lecture by Prof. Dr. Stefaan Missinne at the University of Vienna

Interview with Professor Stefaan Missinne (c) Canale 5

Ciao! Attenzione our Italian and Italian-speaking subscribers! Take a tour of the Channel 5 Evening News archive to witness our groundbreaking author Professor Stefaan Missinne (The Da Vinci Globe:) discuss the discovery of The Globe at the Italian Art Fair of Parma on Prime Time Italian National TV (3rd of March 2019). Click this link … Continue reading Interview with Professor Stefaan Missinne (c) Canale 5

New Review of The Da Vinci Globe (Professor Stefaan Missinne) by map curator (retired) Newberry Library: Robert Karrow

Please see below for excerpts from Robert Karrow’s review of Dr Stefaan Missinne’s The Da Vinci Globe: a thoroughly well-researched and comprehensive biography of one of history’s most compelling artifacts. “Missinne demonstrated quite convincingly that the Ostrich Egg Globe (OEG) was actually the original pattern (lost for 500 years) for the mold in which the Lenox … Continue reading New Review of The Da Vinci Globe (Professor Stefaan Missinne) by map curator (retired) Newberry Library: Robert Karrow

New review of The Da Vinci Globe by Professor Stefaan Missinne by Francesca Grego News Editor, (c) 2018 ARTE.IT Rome

“From old ships, sailors, waves, and monsters, to the meandering courses of the rivers, the clearly-outlined mountain ranges, the isolated peaks of the volcanoes: a very high quality item, such a perfect one it was suspected that behind it it could not be the work of a cartographer, but it would have been made by … Continue reading New review of The Da Vinci Globe by Professor Stefaan Missinne by Francesca Grego News Editor, (c) 2018 ARTE.IT Rome

The Da Vinci Globe: “One of the most significant discoveries of the 21st century”

The extraordinary discoveries contained within Stefaan Missinne’s study The Da Vinci Globe have been revealed to captivated audiences across Europe ever since the book’s publication last year. November saw two more events in which packed out auditoriums learnt the origin and the story of the small but hugely significant artefact. The globe, proven by Prof. … Continue reading The Da Vinci Globe: “One of the most significant discoveries of the 21st century”