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Ricardo

Thanks, guys, for the support.

Steve

Um, don't you mean Michaelangelo? ;-)

Aside from that, excellent post! :-D

Ben

Much as it is true that Michelanglo carved a stunning statue of David, it was indeed Donatello who was among teh first to immortalize this Biblical hero. To me the content of this article seems to be correct.

Lund

wanted more of that butt, pleeeeeease!

Ricardo

Both Donatello and Michelangelo created versions of "David." Donatello's was first. It is his work to which I am referring. R.

Bunboi

Stunning jewelry ALWAYS does a body GOOD!
Let's see some 'rings'!

Steve

I stand corrected!
Thanks!

:-)

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