Leonardo Da Vinci's The Last Supper is one of the most famous and admired paintings in the world.
The painting portrays Jesus and his disciples at their final meal before he was crucified. The popular painting depicts the reactions of the apostles after Jesus predicted that one of them would betray him.
Ever since the painting was unveiled by Da Vinci, it has been subject of countless reproductions and interpretations. Even today, fascinating new theories arise and force us to question everything we've been previously told about the 15th century artwork.
One of these theories claims that Jesus and Judas' figures were modelled after the same man at two different stages in life.
Click on the next page to read about the interesting way in which DaVinci found a face for both Jesus and Judas.