Ancient World, Portraits, Greece, Aristides
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"Aristide et L'Ostracisme"
"Aristide et le Paysan"
Aristides (530-468 BC) was an Athenuan statesman. Herodotus named Aristides the most honorable man in Athens. On the reverse side is French text about Aristides, Plutarch and the political situation of Athens at the time.
Wood engraving made after the painting by M. Hillemacher. Dated 1870.
Original antique print
Image: 19.5 x 14.5 cm (7.6 x 5.7")