Da Vinci Trebuchet Item # D-032

Introduction
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!

A great kit for beginner to intermediate model makers, this kit will throw a soft clay ball (included) well over 6 metres! Great for STEM programs and a rainy day – but it can be enjoyed on sunny or cloudy days!

Specification
13 x 25 in