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Greek Originally deities of springs, later designated as goddesses of various human inspirations. In later mythologies, the Muses were the daughters of the god Zeus and Mnemosyne (Memory). The Muses sang and danced, led by the god Apollo, at celebrations given by the gods and heroes. They were the personifications of the highest aspirations and intellectual minds and represented a remarkable and attractive conception in Greek mythology. Their separation into fields of inspiration was a Roman fancy of a later date. The word museum denotes a place of education and research, named after them. The Muses and their various attributes are listed below. Calliope: Muse of epic poetry. She carried a stylus and tablet and sometimes a trumpet. Clio: Muse of history. She carried a trumpet and scrolls. Erato: Muse of lyric poetry, or love poetry, and hymns. She carried a lyre. Euterpe: Muse of flute-playing. Melpomene: Muse of tragedy. She carried the mask of tragedy. Polyhymnia: Muse of mime. She had a pensive attitude. Terpsichore: Muse of dance. She carried a lyre and plectrum. Thalia: Muse of comedy. She carried the smiling mask and a shepherd's crook. Urania: Muse of astronomy. She carried a globe and compass.


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