The architecture and decorations of the Museum room are intricate Byzantine. Educational virtues are illustrated by the inscriptions on the frieze and by the 20 allegorical figures. Those Latin inscriptions are: “Quodcumque facere potest manus tua, instanter operare; quia nec opus, nec ratio, nec sapientia, nec scientia erunt apud inferos, quo tu properas. Ecclesiastes Cap. IX 10” (Whatsoever, thy hand findest to do, do it with thy might; for there is no work, nor device, nor knowledge, nor wisdom in the grave, whither thou goest. – Ecclesiastes 9:10). “Sola perpetuo manent, subjecta nulli, mentis atque animi bona. Seneca. Oct. 548.” (The virtues of the mind and soul, subject to no one, alone remain forever. –Seneca, Octavia, 548). “Viamque insiste domandi, dum faciles animi juvenum, dum mobilis aetas. Virgilius G. III.164” (Begin early the course of education, while the mind is pliant and age is flexible.–Vergil, Georgics, 3, 164).