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-''[[Discussing the Divine Comedy with Dante]]'' is a painting by [[Dai Dudu]], [[Li Tiezi]], and [[Zhang An]] depicting 103 [[cultural icon]]s. It was released without credits on the internet in [[2006]] as a kind of [[literary mystification]] and became an [[internet phenomenon]] in early [[2009]].  
-The painting's antecedents are ''[[Disputation of the Holy Sacrament]]'' (1508/1509) and ''[[The School of Athens]]'' (1509/1510) or ''[[The Parnassus]]'' all by [[Raphael]]. Here[] is a list with all the visual sources. 
-1. [[Socrates]] 
-2. [[Cui Jian]] (father of [[Chinese rock music]] 
-3. [[Vladimir Lenin]] 
-4. [[Prince Charles]] 
-5. [[Ramses]] or [[King Solomon]] or [[Sinuhe]] of [[Egypt]] 
-6. [[Bill Clinton]] 
-7. [[Peter the Great]] 
-8. [[Charles de Gaulle]] 
-9. [[Margaret Thatcher]] 
-10. [[Ulysses S. Grant]] 
-18. [[Bill Clinton]] 
-11. [[Bruce Lee]] 
-12. [[Winston Churchill]] 
-13. [[Raphael Sanzio]] or [[Matisse]] (French Painter) 
-14. [[Robert Oppenheimer]] 
-15. [[Elvis Presley]] 
-16. [[William Shakespeare]] 
-17. [[Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]] 
-18. [[Genghis Kahn]] 
-19. [[Napoleon Bonaparte]] 
-20. [[Che Guevara]] 
-21. [[Fidel Castro]] 
-22. [[Marlon Brando]] 
-23. [[Lao zi or Hokusai]] 
-24. [[Marilyn Monroe]] 
-25. [[Yassar Arafat]] 
-26. [[Julius Caesar]] 
-27. [[Mike Tyson]] 
-28. [[George W. [[Bush]] 
-29. [[Luciano Pavarotti]] 
-30. [[Salvador Dali]] 
-31. [[Empress CiXi]] 
-32. [[Liu Xiang]] 
-33. [[Kofi Annan]] 
-34. [[Prince Charles]] 
-35. [[Ariel Sharon]] 
-36. [[Ho Chi Minh]] or [[Qi Baishi]] 
-37. [[Osama Bin Laden]] 
-38. [[Qin Shi Huang]] 
-39. [[Mikhail Gorbachev]] 
-40. [[Mother Teresa]] 
-41. [[Song Qingling]] 
-42. [[Otto Von Bismarck]] 
-43. [[Saint Peter or Rabindranath Tagore]] 
-44. [[Li ZhenSheng]] 
-45. [[Voltaire]] 
-46. [[President Hu Jintao]] 
-47. [[Dante Alighieri]] or [[Julius Caesar]] 
-48. [[Pu-Yi or Dai Dudu]] 
-49. [[Saloth Sar]] 
-50. [[Yi Sun-sin líder]] or [[Yue Fei]] 
-51. [[Michael Angelo]] 
-52. [[Hideki Tojo]] or [[Hiro Hito]] 
-53. [[Michael Jordan]] 
-54. [[Dwight Eisenhower]] or [[John Calvin Coolidge]] 
-55. [[Corneliu Baba]] 
-56. [[Claude Monet]] 
-57. [[Mahatma Ghandi]] 
-58. [[Vincent Van Gogh]] 
-59. [[Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec]] 
-60. [[Marcel Duchamp]] 
-61. [[Confucius]] 
-62. [[Noah]] 
-63. [[Li Bai]]or [[Caravaggio]] 
-64. [[Mao Zhedong]] 
-65. [[Johan Wolfgang von Goethe]] 
-66. [[Zhou Enlai]] 
-67. [[Marie Curie]] 
-68. [[Abraham Lincoln]] 
-69. [[Pablo Picasso]] 
-70. [[Steven Spielberg]] 
-71. [[Friedrich Nietzsche]] 
-72. [[Karl Marx]] 
-73. [[Leonardo Da Vinci]] 
-74. [[Josef Stalin]] 
-75. [[Queen Elizabeth II]] 
-76. [[Lu Xun]] 
-77. [[Jose Francisco San Martín]] 
-78. [[Deng Xiaoping]] 
-79. [[Sun Yat-Sen]] 
-80. [[Theodore Roosevelt]] or [[George Custer]] or [[Maxim Gorky]] or [[Philippe Pétain]] 
-81. [[Saddam Hussein]] 
-82. [[Benito Mussolini]] 
-83. [[Adolf Hitler]] 
-84. [[Guan Yu]] 
-85. [[Pele]] 
-86. [[Bill Gates]] 
-87. [[Audrey Hepburn]] 
-88. [[Ludwig Van Beethoven]] or [[Chopin]] 
-89. [[Charlie Chaplin]] 
-90. [[Henry Ford]] 
-91. [[Lei Feng]] 
-92. [[Victor Babes]] or [[Norman Bethun]] 
-93. [[Mike Tyson]] 
-94. [[Sigmund Freud]] 
-95. [[Erich Honecker]] 
-96. [[Vladimir Putin]] 
-97. [[Charles Dodgson]] (aka [[Lewis Caroll]]) 
-98. [[Shirley Temple]] 
-99. [[Chang Kai Chek]] 
-100. [[Leo Tolstoy]] 
-101. [[Albert Einstein]] 
-102. [[Ernest Hemingway]] 
-103. [[Franklin Roosevelt]] 
-104. Woman from photograph by [[Cartier Bresson]] or [[Mother Teresa]] 
-105. [[Dolly (the cloned sheep)]] 
 +'''Margaret Hilda Thatcher, Baroness Thatcher'''<!-- NOT "Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven" --> [[Order of the Garter|LG]], [[Order of Merit|OM]], [[Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council|PC]], [[Fellow of the Royal Society|FRS]] (born 13 October 1925) was [[Prime Minister of the United Kingdom]] from 1979 to 1990 and [[Leader of the Conservative Party|Leader]] of the [[Conservative Party (UK)|Conservative Party]] from 1975 to 1990. She is the only woman to have held either post.
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Margaret Hilda Thatcher, Baroness Thatcher LG, OM, PC, FRS (born 13 October 1925) was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1979 to 1990 and Leader of the Conservative Party from 1975 to 1990. She is the only woman to have held either post.

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