Right, those are Plato and Aristotle, but what about everyone else?
But the fact that the image is well known by the many does not mean that we are able to identify who is who in it, right? That is why we wanted to share, along with the video above, professor’s Vassiliki Gratziou’s slides on this post, so we could recognize each one of the characters Raphael included in his masterpiece. To access his slideshow, just click here.
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