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•	Calliope  -the “Fair Voiced” and the eldest Muse, is the muse of Epic Poetry  and the Legends of Heroes and is seen holding a writing tablet in hand, sometimes seen with a roll of paper or a book, and crowned in gold.   Art by Katlyn

Calliope - the “Fair Voiced” and the eldest Muse, is the muse of Epic Poetry and the Legends of Heroes and is seen holding a writing tablet in hand, sometimes seen with a roll of paper or a book, and crowned in gold. Art by Katlyn

Muses, protectresses of the fine arts in the Greek mythology, Erato, Muse of erotic poetry, wood engraving, 19th century.

Muses, protectresses of the fine arts in the Greek mythology, Erato, Muse of erotic poetry, wood engraving, 19th century.

Urania -  the “Heavenly” is the muse of Astronomy and is represented by a staff pointed at a celestial globe. She foretells the future by the position of the stars. Art by Katlyn

Urania - the “Heavenly” is the muse of Astronomy and is represented by a staff pointed at a celestial globe. She foretells the future by the position of the stars. Art by Katlyn

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Erato is the muse of lyric poetry.Erato is usually shown holding a musical instrument called a lyre that is often associated with apollo.

Women in Ancient Greece wore garments usually made of wool. These pieces were folded at one end and then wrapped around the wearer and also pinned with fibulas. Women wore chitons, a garment that was unisex. A peplos was also worn by women which was very similar to the chiton. A himation was also added for coverage and a veil was worn by the woman if she was going out in public. The veil was worn as a symbol of modesty and respect.

"""Greek women from the Classical Period with their hair up. The center woman looks like she is from the Archaic Period with her long curls down her shoulder.

Terpsichore  - the “Whirler” is the muse of Dancing and is often seen dancing with her lyre and a plectrum, an instrument used for plucking stringed instruments. By the river god Achelous, she bore the Sirens. Art by Katlyn

Terpsichore - the “Whirler” is the muse of Dancing and is often seen dancing with her lyre and a plectrum, an instrument used for plucking stringed instruments. By the river god Achelous, she bore the Sirens. Art by Katlyn

Pegasus is a flying horse from Greek and Roman mythology. He is generally pictured as white, sometimes with golden wings. Pegasus appears again and again ...

Pegasus is a flying horse from Greek and Roman mythology. He is generally pictured as white, sometimes with golden wings. Pegasus appears again and again .

Initiates in the Ἐλευσίνια Μυστήρια (Eleusinian Mysteries), II B.C.

) Initiates in the Ἐλευσίνια Μυστήρια (Eleusinian Mysteries), II B.

Statue of Melpomene. Muse of Tragedy. Roman, after Greek model of 2nd century BC. The State Hermitage Museum. Saint Petersburg. Russia. Stock Photo

Stock Photo - Statue of Melpomene. Muse of Tragedy. Roman, after Greek model of century BC. The State Hermitage Museum.

"All of the Nine Muses of Greek mythology"

the original 9 muses Calliope Clio Melpomene Terpsichore Thalia Erato Euterpe Urania Polyhymnia

Polyhymnia , the Muse of Hymns  in Achílleion, Kerkira (Corfu).

The 9 Muses - Polyhymnia , the Muse of Hymns in Achílleion, Kerkira (Corfu).

Queen graphic. #doubleface

Queen of Hearts/Queen of Hurts. Not sure why the "dead Queen" is on top of the living one. I would flip this card the other way then get it tattooed. ALready have my Queen Mark on my wrist :)

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