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A Marble Caryatid Figure of the Muse Melpomene circa 2nd Century A.D.

A Marble Caryatid Figure of the Muse Melpomene, Asia Minor, Roman Imperial, circa Century A.

Statue restored as Urania. Marble. Roman copy of a Greek originals of the 4th century B.C. Inv. No. 293. Rome, Vatican Museums, Pio-Clementine Museum, Room of the Muses.

Statue restored as Urania. Roman copy of a Greek originals of the century BCE. Rome, Vatican Museums, Pius-Clementine Museum, Room of the Muses, 57

The Tiber Muse                         Artist Unknown (Graeco-Roman)       (Italy, Europe), 2nd-1st century B.C.                                    Marble

Female figure ("The Tiber Muse"), Roman statue (marble), century BC, (Minneapolis Institute of Arts).

Melpomene, the Muse of Tragedy  in Achílleion, Kerkira (Corfu),Greece.

The 9 Muses - Melpomene, the Muse of Tragedy in Achílleion, Kerkira (Corfu),Greece.

hellenismo:  “ Ἑνάτη Ἱσταμένου, IX day  From today’s sunset: ninth day of Boedromion.  The ninth day is always sacred to the Muses, to Rhea and to Helios.  “The eighth and the ninth of the month that begins: these are the best days to accomplish the...

“ Ἑνάτη Ἱσταμένου, IX day From today’s sunset: ninth day of Boedromion. The ninth day is always sacred to the Muses, to Rhea and to Helios. “The eighth and the ninth of the month that begins: these are the best days to accomplish the.

In Greek mythology, Calliope ( Ancient Greek:Καλλιόπη"beautiful-voiced") was the muse of epic poetry, daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne, and is believed to be Homer's muse, the inspiration for the Odyssey and the Iliad. One account says Calliope was the lover of the war god Ares, and bore him several sons: Mygdon, Edonus, Biston, and Odomantus (or Odomas), respectively the founders of Thracian tribes known as the Mygdones, Edones, Bistones, and Odomantes.

In Greek mythology, Calliope ( Ancient Greek:Καλλιόπη"beautiful-voiced") was the…

In Greek mythology, Euterpe ( Greek: Eὐτέρπη "rejoicing well" or "delight" from Ancient Greek εὖ 'well' + τέρπειν terpein 'to please') was one of the Muses, the daughters of Mnemosyne, fathered by Zeus. Called the "Giver of delight", when later poets assigned roles to each of the Muses, she was the muse of music. In late Classical times she was named muse of lyric poetry and depicted holding a flute.

In Greek mythology, Euterpe was one of the Muses, the daughters of Mnemosyne, fathered by Zeus. She was the muse of music. In late Classical times she was named muse of lyric poetry and depicted holding a flute.

Erato, the Muse of Love Poetry , in Achílleion, Kerkira (Corfu), Greece.

The 9 Muses - Erato, the Muse of Love Poetry , in Achílleion, Kerkira (Corfu), Greece.

Marble statue of Flora, from Hadrian’s Villa, Palazzo Nuovo, Capitoline Museums. A relatively minor figure in Roman mythology, one among several fertility goddesses, associated with the coming of springtime. Her festival, the Floralia, was held between April 28 and May 3 and symbolized the renewal of the cycle of life, drinking, and flowers. Her Greek equivalent was Chloris, who was a nymph and not a goddess. Flora was married to Favonius, the wind god, and her companion was Hercules.

Marble statue of Flora, goddess of flowers and the season of spring, Roman artwork from the Imperial period with some modern alterations, fr.

Statue of a Muse (Polimnia?). Parian marble. 2nd cent. BCE. Inv. No. III.17. Rome, Capitoline Museums, Museum Montemartini (Centrale Montemartini).

Statue of a Muse (Polimnia? Rome, Capitoline Museums, Museum - one of my personal favourites Montemartini (Centrale Montemartini).

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