What kind of questions would Leonardo Da Vinci ask these people?

What sort of questions do you thing Leonardo would ask these people?

1. Prince Henry The Navigator

2. Francisco Pizzaro

3. William Shakespeare

4. Elizabeth I

5. Qing Emperor Kangxi

6. Oliver Cromwell

7. Lorenzo De Medici

8. Isabella of Aragon

9. Atahualpa

10. Peter the Great

11. Martin Luther

12. Christopher Columbus

13. Vasco de Gama

14. Mughal Emperor Akbar

15. Issac Newton

16. Hernan Cortes

17. Montezuma II

18. Spanish Creole

19. Henry VIII

20. Nur Jahan

21. Grand Inquisitor

It doesn't have to be for everyone of them, could I have 5 Questions out of these 21 people

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    I don't know man - half of these people are rulers - Da Vinci only interest in rulers were from their sponsorship and pay.

    Dispite his paintings he wasn't all that fond of church-like things.

    Rumor has it that he wasn't particularly fond of women either.

    I do believe he would enjoy a conversation with Sir Issac Newton.

    Both were highly skilled mathematicians.

    Newton's Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica, published in 1687, which laid the foundations for most of classical mechanics would have been EXTREMELY interesting to Da Vinci.

    Da Vinci would want to know the academic advances in mathematical principal from Newton.

    I do believe that Da Vinci would find Montezuma II fascinating also even though he was a ruler.

    An unknown society in an unknown land, unknown culture, etc

    Da Vinci would have asked him of every day life, social structure, art, the land, flora, and fauna especially.

    Honestly, I don't think he would even bother with anyone else.

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