sounds like "ageometretos medeis eisito"
freely translated: "Let no-one without knowledge of geometry enter"

according to tradition this text was displayed in the
entrance of Plato's Academy.

Nicolaus Copernicus choose to print it on the cover
page of the book De Revolutionibus, his lifetime work.

an Isaac Newton's assistant claimed that, in five years,
he recalled the professor laugh only once: when asked
¿ what use it was to study Euclid's geometry ?
"..upon which Sir Isaac was very merry"

so I guess geometry is important.