Leonardo Da Vinci Trebuchet
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Construct a working model and learn about the interesting history behind the trebuchet with the Leonardo Da Vinci Trebuchet kit! Explore the movement of the pieces, how different weight can affect its movement and more with this miniature working trebuchet model!
- Ages 14+ (9+ with adult supervision)
- Launch a clay projectile up to 6 metres
- Constructed size: 323 x 354 x 138
If used by people under 14, please make sure there is parental supervision for the launching.
While Trebuchets were common siege engines in Medieval Times, Leonardo’s take on the most powerful weapon of the time was unique – his design used one main mast, different from all others before!
Based on his drawing from the Codex Atlanticus, da Vinci’s Trebuchet was a design likely made for the Duke of Milan in about 1482, to impress the Duke of his skills as a military engineer. While it is not known if it was ever used in battle, you can bring Leonardo’s trebuchet to life with this working model!
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