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And now, without further ado, we give you…
What variation in writing style was used by the man known for the quote, “Let no man who is not a mathematician read the elements of my work”?
YESTERDAY’S ANSWER (mouseover to see):
Search [academy survived 900 years] to find Plato. Search [Plato Raphael painting] to find that it was the School of Athens, an educational institution that lasted for 900 years until it was closed by the emperor Justinian on the grounds that it was pagan.