“The unicorn through its lack of temperance, and because it does not know how to control itself for the delight that it has for young maidens, forgets in ferocity and wildness; and laying wide all fear it goes up to the seated maiden and goes to sleep in her lap, and in this way the hunters take it.” (Edward MacCurdy (ed.), The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci [Braziller: New York, 1958)], p. 1079).