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Leonardo da Vinci: DNA study reveals 14 living relatives | Digital Trends Spanish

Extensive research, published in the journal Human evolution, documents the continuous male line, from father to son, of the Da Vinci family (later Vinci), from the progenitor Michele (born 1331), his grandson Leonardo (1452) to the present day. In total there are 21 generations, including five family branches. This work, carried out by researchers Alessandro Vezzosi and Agnese Sabato, corrects errors in previous genealogical research on the family of the genius inventor, while offering new discoveries and updates on his family tree. Leonardo Da Vinci had no children, but he did have 22 half-siblings born out of wedlock. This tree spans five generations and more than 690 years of history. The team managed to document a continuous male streak that spans 21 generations and currently comp...