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photo credits

P. 1 The Parthenon by Lisa Schreiber
P. 2 Pericles’ Funeral Oration by Phillip von Foltz so_funebre_pericles.PNG
P. 3 Parc de Versailles. Isocrates, Pierre Granier (1684-1688) ; Photo by Coyau de_Versailles,_Rond- Point_des_Philosophes,_Isocrate,_Pierre_Granier_ MR1870_04.jpg
P. 4 The School of Athens [Plato and Aristotle] by Raffaello o_01_Plato_Aristotle.jpg
P. 4 Cicero Denounces Catiline by Cesare Maccari (1840 – 1919) ns/a/a3/Maccari-Cicero.jpg
P. 5 Quintillian by Unknown lian.jpg
p. 6 Saint Augustine by Sandro Bottecelli Augustine_Portrait.jpg
P. 7 Shakespeare by John Taylor ? speare.jpg
P. 7 Friedrich Immanuel Niethammer by Unknown ns/5/5b/Friedrich_Immanuel_Niethammer.jpg P. 8 Francis Bacon by Unknown ns/6/65/Francis_Bacon.jpg
P. 8 Renes Descartes by Frans Hals (1649 – 1700) Hals_-_Portret_van_Ren%C3%A9_Descartes.jpg P. 9 Hugh Blair by John Kay Blair.jpg
P. 9 Thomas Sheridan by Roger Ingpen as_Sheridan.jpg
P. 10 Diogenes brings a plucked chicken to Plato by Anonymous mous_- _Diogenes_brings_a_plucked_chicken_to_Plato.jpg P. 10 Cicero by Unlnown .jpg