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How did Kant’s death mask end up in Tartu? A surprising finding at the archive of Art Museum of the University of Tartu

KeywordsKant Studies, Kant’s death mask, University of Tartu
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AuthorStolovich L.
Pages76-78
Abstract (summary) This article tells the story of how Kant's death mask ended up in the Museum of Classical Antiquities of the University of Tartu.
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