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Muses

In ancient Greek religion and mythology, the Muses are the inspirational goddesses of literature, science, and the arts. They were considered the source of the knowledge embodied in the poetry, lyric songs, and myths that were related orally for centuries in ancient Greek culture. The word "muse" can refer in general to anyone or anything which inspires an artist, musician, or writer.

Aoide

In Greek mythology, Aoede was one of the three original muses, which later expanded to five, before the Nine Olympian Muses were named. Her sisters were Melete and Mneme. She was the muse of voice and song. According to Greek mythology, she is the daughter of Zeus, the King of the Gods, and Mnemosyne, the goddess of memory. She lends her name to the moon Jupiter XLI, also called Aoede, which orbits the planet Jupiter.

Apollonis

Apollonis was one of the three younger Mousai Apollonides in Greek mythology and daughters of Apollo who were worshipped in Delphi where the Temple of Apollo and the Oracle were located. The three sisters, Cephisso, Apollonis, and Borysthenis, are also known as Nētē, Mesē, and Hypatē where their names are synonymous with those of the lowest, middle, and highest chords of a lyre, further characterizing the Muses as the daughters of Apollo.

Arche (mythology)

Arche in ancient Greek religion was the muse of origins and beginnings. She was one of the five later identified muses. Nine different muses were later named which became known as the Olympian Muses, daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne which is more familiar in classical descriptions of the muses. She is mentioned in Ciceros De Natura Deorum

Borysthenis

In Greek mythology, Borysthenis may refer to two distinct individuals: Borysthenis, daughter of Borysthenes, god of the Dneper River in Scythia modern Ukraine who mothered Targitaus by Zeus. Borysthenes, one of the three Muses that were daughters of Apollo. Her sisters were Apollonis and Cephisso.

Calliope

In Greek mythology, Calliope is the Muse who presides over eloquence and epic poetry; so called from the ecstatic harmony of her voice. Hesiod and Ovid called her the "Chief of all Muses".

                                     

ⓘ Greek Muses

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