This book has explored twenty-five essential characteristics that have traditionally been fundamental to the identity of architects. It looked to Greek mythology to find a foundation or origin for these traits that have relevance for contemporary architectural practice. However, undoubtedly, there are further traits, not discussed here, which are important to establishing the nature of architects. A few of these are the subjects of this conclusion, and these are the overarching topics that tie the characteristics together as a whole. These topics also could be viewed as foundational for a clarification of the traits.