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Even Plato's Academy was held in the Gymnasium; the collegiate pattern emerged from that of the monastery, and the big nineteenth-century private schools looked at least partly to great country houses as models.
According to uncertain tradition, Ephorus was the pupil of Isocrates, whose school rivaled Plato's Academy in fame.
Fowler's (1987) The Mathematics of Plato's Academy from the same house, where the entire signature of plates was tipped in.
These included the Lyceum of Aristotle, Plato's Academy and the Pnyx, a hill near the Acropolis that hosted citizen assemblies in classical antiquity.
The Greek philosopher Syrianus followed in the footsteps of his teacher Plutarch as the head of Plato's Academy in Athens.