Here’s a PDF with a picture and description of the Supreme Court Frieze
Here’s a list of all historical figures displayed in the frieze
Menes (c. 3200 B.C.)
Hammurabi (c. 1700s B.C.)
Moses (c. 1300s B.C.)
Solomon (c. 900s B.C.)
Lycurgus (c. 800 B.C.)
Solon (c. 638â€“558 B.C.)
Draco (c. 600s B.C.)
Confucius (551â€“478 B.C.)
Octavian (63 B.C.â€“14 A.D.) or Augustus.
Justinian (c. 483â€“565)
Muhammad (c. 570â€“632)
Charlemagne (c. 742â€“814) or Charles I (the Great).
King John (1166â€“1216) born John Lackland.
Hugo Grotius (1583â€“1645) or Huig de Groot.
Sir William Blackstone (1723â€“1780)
John Marshall (1755â€“1835)
Anybody who suggests Moses’ presence in that frieze is religious, as opposed to historical, is, in my humble opinion, smoking weed. One could equally claim that the frieze suggests we are an Islamic nation. (Muhammad is portrayed) or perhaps a French one, since Napoleon is the youngest member, and thus it must be emphasizing him.
The artist was Adolph Weinman, who was born in Germany in 1870, and immigrated to the US at age 10.