This panel is very interesting for it contains what you may call four types of power: power through political means, power through intelligence, power through soul and power through violence. Caesar attained his control over people by getting things done, he was very successful in helping Rome achieve it's goals for the people. Although he never officially ruled he led the masses. Socrates on the other hand, obtained his power through the mind. His level of intelligence and wit was unlike any Athens had seen before. Therefore, many accepted him and many disliked him. Jesus obtained his following on a spiritual level, he was God's messenger in a way and he connected to people's souls. Finally, Nero, the most violent of these four heads, resulted to violence, and unjust warfare to obtain his power. The irony is that the only true leader in this group was in fact Nero (he was officially an Emperor). It seems to be that violence does lead to more power, but it does not necessarily lead to a following. For those to follow and believe you they must trust you. Socrates was a difficult man to understand due to his innate intelligence and his belief that others were not capable of his wisdom. This comparison of four men is very interesting and it appears that Socrates and Jesus may be the most closely compared for their integrity and deep morals. One could almost argue that Socrates was a prophet in the way Jesus Christ was. Kraut, Richard. "Socrates." Encyclopedia Britannica Online. Encyclopedia Britannica, n.d. Web. 21 May 2016.