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Knowledge - Symbols



Knowledge mural

The illustrated areas surrounding the central figure may be read moving from left to right of the mural and similarly in the following three rows.

In the first row Pellan depicts Electromagnetics; Commerce; Electricity; Entomology; Atomic energy; Islam; Christianity; Universe; Judaism; Buddhism; Anthropology; Aeronautics; Astronomy; Botany and Weaponry.

The second row shows Heraldry; Machinery (in the form of a nuclear generator); Hand tools; History; Games; Painting; New World Archaeology; Sculpture; Manuscripts; Radio Astronomy; Mythology (bronze casting); Television; Puppetry; and Astronautics.

In the third row the images read, Marine biology; Culinary art; Linguistics; Perspective; Olympics; Geography; Drama; Typography; Apiary; Mineralogy; Ceramics; Speleology; Phrenology and Bridge construction.

Finally, the fourth sequence reads in this manner: Design; Industry (below Design); Radiology; Lighting (below Radiology); Oil products; Zoology; Microscopy; Mining; Chemistry; Music; Geometry; Drafting; Medicine; Navigation; Labyrinth; Time; Vulcanology; and finally Spectroscopy.