Calliope   - in ancient sources @

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  Calliope   - the Muse of epic poetry
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_6.321 The offering of Calliope & is ever smokeless ; but nex
AnthPal_7.9 heus, son of Oeagrus and Calliope The tomb on the Thracian
AnthPal_7.10 Orpheus dead, the son of Calliope and Oeagrus ; they stain
AnthPal_9.189 listen to the sweet singing of Calliope herself. [190] Ano
AnthPal_9.344 in life I recognised how far Calliope excels Urania.
AntipSid_7.8 heus, son of Oeagrus and Calliope No more, Orpheus, shall
AntipThes_16.296 other was no mortal woman, but Calliope. [16.305] & { G-P
Athen_10.414 came, & Descending humbly to Calliope. But Amarantus of
Ennius:Ann_2 Homer's instructress was Calliope; Ennius' instructors wer
Julian:Mis_338 with the aid of Pan and Calliope composed poems in honour
Julian:Mis_357 the god of Daphne and Calliope who revealed your clever
Lucill_9.572 "Tell me, Muse, the man," said Calliope by the mouth of
Plut:Mor_836 to this effect: "Calliope's witty daughter, Phront
Timoth:Pers_202 nning did Orpheus son of Calliope beget the motley-musicke

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