Aristotle crying, conceptual artwork

Aristotle crying, conceptual artwork

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Caption: Aristotle crying. Conceptual artwork of a bust of the Ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle (384 BC-322 BC), who is depicted here crying. This could represent grief at the death of those he knew, which included his predecessors Socrates (died 399 BC), Plato (died 347 BC), and his most famous pupil Alexander the Great (died 323 BC).

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