Epilepsy Series-Disabled Legend Michelangelo

Michelangelo was born on 6 March, 1475 and died on 18 February, 1564. The sculptor of many of the most renowned sculptures of all times. Michaelangelo was a respected renaissance man only rivaled by Leonardo Da Vinci. Striving to excel in numerous disciplines he is also responsible for the paintings inside many famous cathedrals and the construction of some of the most respected buildings. Projects such as St.Peters basilica, basilica of San Lorenzo and the Medici Chapel which will forever leave Michaelangelo and his works a legend in all history.

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One Response to “Epilepsy Series-Disabled Legend Michelangelo”

  1. Jim Chambliss Says:

    I am a PhD student at the University of Melbourne in creative arts and medicine. My research is on the influence of epilepsy and migraines in art. I have seen Michelangelo listed as a person with epilepsy on many occasions, but have not found publcations about it. Do you have any citations that you could please relay to me. You can see more about my research at the above blog or through Epilepsy.com at http://www.epilepsy.com/node/974148


    Jim Chambliss

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