The cycle of the year 2018 - 2019 opens with an archaeological theme, the cave churches of Matera, presented by Francesca Sogliani; followed by Xavier Barral i Altet, who accompanies the discovery of the tapestry of Bayeux and the medieval universe of William the Conqueror, and Chiara Ponchia, which illustrates a journey through the illuminated manuscripts dedicated to the Divine Comedy. 2019, then sees an intervention by Andrea Augenti, discovering archeology and its history. Pietro Marani tells the story of the discovery of the last painting attributed to the hand of Leonardo da Vinci, the Salvator Mundi. Barbara Jatta addresses the role that the Vatican Museums will assume in the Third Millennium and the prospects for growth and development. Finally, Claudio M. Salsi, Francesca Tasso and Michela Palazzo present the Sala delle Asse and its preparatory drawings, the last legacy of Leonardo in Milan.