The Da Vinci Code - Study Guide Chapters 6, 7, 8 Summary & Analysis

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Langdon and Fache arrived at the crime scene. Much to Langdon's surprise there was a Caravaggio painting still lying on the floor. It was the painting Sauniere had ripped off the wall to sound the alarms and drop the gate. It was a crime scene and nothing had been touched. Langdon noticed another parallel to his near death experience at the Vatican, the soft red lighting used to help prevent premature aging of the artwork. The lighting had been used in the Vatican archives as well. The men approached the body. The curator was lying on his back, naked with arms and legs outstretched. He had drawn a five pointed star on his abdomen using his own blood that had spilled from the gunshot wound. Langdon shared that the five pointed star, known as a pentacle, is a pagan religious symbol that dated back to Nature worship...

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