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English: Original caption: Xenophon: Marmorbüste im Kgl. Museum, Berlin
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Source Bibliothek des allgemeinen und praktischen Wissens. Bd. 5" (1905), Abriß der Weltliteratur, Seite 46
Author Unknownwikidata:Q4233718. Scan by User:Gabor

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