This quote about victory is fitting before an image of Rome's Colosseum.
Raphael's fresco, "The School of Athens," from the Apostolic Palace in the Vatican, helps reiterate this Hippocratic translation.
The motto of the Olympics fittingly placed before a laurel.
Rodin's sculpture, "The Thinker," sitting in the garden of the Rodin museum, seems to ponder Descartes here.
Bottivelli's painting, St. Augustine in His Study, located in Uffizi, Florence, is paired with this quote from Augustine.
Amat victoria curam: Victory likes careful preparation
Citius Altius Fortius: Faster, Higher, Stronger
Non est ad astra mollis e terris via:The trip from the earth to the stars is not an easy one