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Thalia Collection

Muse of Bucolic Poetry and Comedy.
She is depicted with ivy wreath, holding a theater mask in her right hand and a stick in the left.

Polyhymnia Collection

Initially the muse that inspired the hymns and songs
that honored the gods.
In the representations, we see her standing thoughtfully with a long mantle and a veil.

Urania Collection

Muse of astronomy and astrology.
She is usually depicted holding diabetes in the right hand and a celestial sphere in the left.

Terpsichore Collection

Muse and goddess of dance and chorus.
Her name comes from the Greek words TERPO “delight” and CHORUS “dance”.
We usually see her sitting and holding a lyre.

Erato Collection

Muse of Hymenaeus and erotic poetry.
Her symbol was lyra.
The name would mean “desired” or “lovely”, like these desirable multicolor designs.

Clio Collection

Muse of History.
Her symbols were the trumpet and the hourglass.
She is depicted with parchments and a laurel wreath on her head.

Calliope Collection

She was the first of all and most respected, protector of epic poetry, a muse of eagle.
She is usually depicted with a gold wreath on her head, holding a board and a pen and often with the Homeric epic on her knees.

Melpomene Collection

Muse of Tragedy.
She is depicted besides Dionysus, wearing a tragic mask or holding the tragic mask in oe hand and a knife in the other.