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File:Allegorical Portrait of Urania, Muse of Astronomy by Louis Tocqué.jpg

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Thalia~ The muse of comedy

Thalia~ The muse of comedy

Hestia

Hestia

Urania

Urania

Melpomene, the Greek muse of Tragedy

Melpomene, the Greek muse of Tragedy

Medusa, 2011 Javier Piñón, from The Age of Collage Vol. 2, Copyright Gestalten 2016

Medusa, 2011 Javier Piñón, from The Age of Collage Vol. 2, Copyright Gestalten 2016

Greek Mythology | The Muses || Calliope - Epic Poetry, Urania - Astronomy, Polyhymnia - Hymns, Thalia - Comedy, Clio - History, Erato - Love Poetry, Euterpe - Lyric Poetry, Melpomene - Tragedy, Terpsichore - Dance

Greek Mythology | The Muses || Calliope - Epic Poetry, Urania - Astronomy, Polyhymnia - Hymns, Thalia - Comedy, Clio - History, Erato - Love Poetry, Euterpe - Lyric Poetry, Melpomene - Tragedy, Terpsichore - Dance

Urania: The famous muses of Greek mythology played an important part of ancient Greek culture. The nine daughters of the King of Gods Zeus and the Titan goddess of memory Mnemosyne were the very embodiment of the arts and sciences, and were thought to be the reason certain artists and thinkers were more gifted than others. They were immortal goddesses that inspired great works from both gods and humans alike.The muses fittingly lived with Apollo, the god of music and the arts, who was their…

Urania: The famous muses of Greek mythology played an important part of ancient Greek culture. The nine daughters of the King of Gods Zeus and the Titan goddess of memory Mnemosyne were the very embodiment of the arts and sciences, and were thought to be the reason certain artists and thinkers were more gifted than others. They were immortal goddesses that inspired great works from both gods and humans alike.The muses fittingly lived with Apollo, the god of music and the arts, who was their…

Urania, meaning 'heavenly' or 'of heaven'; in Greek mythology, Urania, the youngest muse, was the muse of astronomy astrological writings. She inspired man to look up at the stars ask "Why".

Urania, meaning 'heavenly' or 'of heaven'; in Greek mythology, Urania, the youngest muse, was the muse of astronomy astrological writings. She inspired man to look up at the stars ask "Why".