What about mona lisa,
[link to www.telegraph.co.uk
] 11:09AM GMT 11/11/2011
?? (whats with the 11's)
Leonardo Da Vinci's Mona Lisa is perhaps the most famous painting in the world as well as the subject of numerous conspiracy theories and speculation.
Last month, Italian art historian Carla Glori, claimed that the painting identifies the exact location of the landscape which provides the background of the painting.
She believes that a three-arched bridge which appears over the left shoulder of the woman is a reference to the village Bobbio, which is south of Piacenza, in northern Italy.
In October last year Giuseppe Pallanti, an expert on Leonardo da Vinci, who has spent three decades studying the archives trying to establish Lisa Gherardini's final resting place, claimed that her remains were interred in a dump.
Lisa Gherardini was widely believed to be the inspiration for the painting, was buiried in the grounds of Sant-Orsola convent in 1542. But the ground were renovated in the 1980s and during work to build an underground car park, the convent's foundations were excavated and sent to a municipal landfill site on the outskirts of Florence.
In the right eye appeared to be the letters LV - which could stand for Leonardo Da Vinci -while in the left eye there were symbols.
Silvano Vinceti, president of the committee, said: "It is very difficult to make them out clearly but they appear to be the letters CE or it could be the letter B - you have to remember the picture is almost 500 years old so it is not as sharp and clear as when first painted.
"While in the arch of the bridge in the background the number 72 can be seen, or it could be an L and the number 2."
In 2007, a group known as The Mirror of the Sacred Scriptures and Paintings World Foundation used mirrors to "reveal" biblical pictures and symbols in Da Vinci's paintings.
Maybe there's numbers it the last supper too?