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Ελληνικά: Ο el:Γαλιλαίος Γαλιλέι, πορτρέτο από τον Οττάβιο Λεόνι. Λεπτομέρεια.
English: Galileo Galilei. Portrait by Ottavio Leoni. Detail.
Français : Portrait au crayon de Galileo Galilei réalisée par leoni.
Português: Galileu Galilei.
中文: Galileo Galilei. Portrait in crayon by Leoni.
Български: Галилео Галилей.
Íslenska: Galileo Galilei hóf rannsóknir sínar með stjörnukíki þetta ár og gaf þær út árið eftir.
Brezhoneg: Galileo Galilei.
Ido: Galileo Galilei.
Taqbaylit: Galileo Galilei.
Türkçe: Ottavio Leoni tarafından yapılan Galileo Galilei portresi (1578-1630).
Date 1624
Medium drawing, stone on paper
English: Biblioteca Marucelliana.
Français : Biblioteca Marucelliana.
Accession number Disegni H 18
Notes Note that this is an inverted (flipped horizontally) version of the original.
Source/Photographer French WP (Utilisateur: Kelson via
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