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English: The beginning of the „Metaphysics“ in an incunabulum decorated with hand-painted miniatures. The picture shows philosophers in conversation on a balcony and, as a counterpole, an ape (right). New York, Pierpont Morgan Library, PML 21194-21195, vol. 2, fol. 1r.
Deutsch: Der Anfang der „Metaphysik“ in einer mit handgemalten Miniaturen geschmückten Inkunabel. Die Buchmalerei zeigt oben auf einem Balkon Philosophen im Gespräch; daneben rechts als Gegenpol ein Affe. New York, Pierpont Morgan Library, PML 21194-21195, Band 2, fol. 1r.
Date (date of the incunable)
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Author Aristotle


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