In France: Louis XIII and Louis XIV, cardinals Richelieu and Mazarin, the famous D’Artagnan, minister Colbert, scientists R. Descartes, B. Pascal and P. Fermat, playwright J. B. Moliere. In England: James I and Charles I, commanders Prince Rupert and Fairfax, Admiral Blake, ministers f. Bacon and J. Buckingham, scientists W. Harvey and I, Newton. In the Netherlands: Duke Bill III of Orange, Ministers Jan and Cornel de Witt, Admirals Martin fan Tromp and Michel de Ruyter, scientist B. Spinoza, artists Rubens and Rembrandt. In Sweden: Gustav II Adolf, Minister of Oxenstieria. In Italy: Pope Urban VIII (Barberini), scientist G. Galilei. In Germany: commander F. Wallenstein, scientists I. Kepler and G. Leibniz. In Russia: Metropolitans Filaret and Nikon, Archpriest Avvakum, S. Razin, E. Khabarov, B. Khmelnitsky. In Turkey: Patriarch K. Lukaris. In Iran: Shah Abbas I and commander G. Saakadze. In India: Emperor Shah Jahan (customer of the Taj Mahal mausoleum). In China: the Manchu conquering emperors Nurhatsi and Abahai: In Japan: Tokugawa Iemitsu shogun (grandson of Tokugawa Yeyasu).
Remember: The process of learning a person lasts a lifetime. The value of the same knowledge for different people may be different, it is determined by their individual characteristics and needs. Therefore, knowledge is always needed at any age and position.