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English: Photo of the obverse of a Fields Medal made by Stefan Zachow for the International Mathematical Union (IMU), showing a bas relief of Archimedes (as identified by the Greek text)
Español: Fotografía del anverso de la Medalla Fields hecha por Stefan Zachow para la Unión Internacional de Matemática.
Français : Photographie de l'avers de la médaille Fields faite par Stefan Zachow pour l'Union mathématique internationale, montrant un portrait de profil d'Archimède.

"The photo carries no copyright and may be freely used for publications. IMU requests, though, that Stefan Zachow's authorship is duly acknowledged."

Source: The International Mathematical Union (with more detailed information about copyright at an image description page there)
Date 2007-06-22 (first version); 2007-08-20 (last version)
Source File Front.tif
Author Stefan Zachow of the International Mathematical Union; retouched by King of Hearts
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