Ex-libris Hypatia
Dimensions: 5 x 7 cm

This design is the update of a mosaic portrait that was assigned to the figure of Hypatia of Alexandria. In which the philosopher holds a pencil to her lips with one hand and a book with her other hand. Hypatia is one of the first female mathematicians recognized throughout history and belonged to the Neoplatonic school of Alexandria. This design is intended for all humanists, scientists, philosophers, mathematicians and women of science who read and reflect to create a better world.   

A personalized ex-libris

Ex-libris stamps allow you to mark your books in a unique way and with your name. To do so, simply add your name in the Inscription field below the options.

The ex-libris a symbol of love for books

The mark of an ex-libris on the first page of a book is a trace of its owner's love for books. An infinite trace of the reader's bond to books and reading. A tangible mark of your connection to the readings you have read and the knowledge you have acquired over the years.

Perfect! Write the dedication in the "notes" section on the cart screen. The gift will arrive with a postcard that will carry your message.

After marking your books with the ex-libris, take a sheet of paper and stamp the stamp until no mark remains. Then, store it in the cloth bag you received with shipping so the seal lasts a long time.

The manufacturing time of the ex-libris stamp is one business day.

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