Another lays his hand on the table and is looking. Another blows his mouthful.  Another leans forward to see the speaker shading his eyes with his hand.  Another draws back behind the one who leans forward, and sees the speaker between the wall and the man who is leaning [Footnote: 6. chinato. I have to express my regret for having misread this word, written cinato in the original, and having altered it to “ciclo” when I first published this text, in ‘The Academy’ for Nov. 8, 1879 immediately after I had discovered it, and subsequently in the small biography of Leonardo da Vinci (Great Artists) p. 29.].
[Footnote: In No. 666. Line I must refer to the furthest figure on the left; 3, 5 and 6 describe actions which are given to the group of disciples on the left hand of Christ.]
Taken from The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci edited by Jean Paul Richter, 1880.