The whole ceiling is 36 metres long and 13 metres wide.He also painted a huge fresco on the wall of the Chapel behind the altar and this was called the “Last Judgement”. He also wrote poetry so today he is recognised as an artist, sculptor, architect and poet.
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Eamonn Toland, founder of the the Maths Tutor.ie, said that there was "plenty of accessible material for all students, with just a few challenging parts for those looking for higher grades".
Brid Griffin, maths spokeswoman for the Teachers' Union of Ireland (TUI), said that the Higher Level paper was a good test for "applying knowledge.""There was a mixed reaction to Question 7," Ms Griffin said.
"The wording was very confusing; many students told me that they didn't know what they were being asked." Concern was raised about the wording used in some other questions too.
Elaine Devlin, ASTI maths spokeswoman, said that while the paper, in general, was quite 'do-able', students faced some unusual requests for a maths exam: "Question 2, Part H asked students to write a paragraph.
Some students may have struggled with the terminology in the paper, while several questions would not have looked out of place on a Leaving Cert paper, teachers said.
There was also a striking similarity between some questions on the Ordinary and Higher Level papers, potentially causing a headache for some students.
He was apprenticed to an artist called Verrocchio, one of Florence’s best-known artists.
Like all other apprentices, he learned to draw, to prepare colours and varnishes and to sculpt.
Ms Cashell was just as pleased with Section 3, Europe and the Wider World, with “an excellent question” on the characteristics of fascism, and “particularly nice questions” on Stalin and also the social and economic problems facing Britain during the inter-war years.
In Topic 6 (The United States and the world, 1945-1989), she said it was nice to see the 1969 Apollo moon landing feature on this, its 50th anniversary.