This illustration dates to 1898 and shows a statue of Polyhymnia. Polyhymnia was honored as the Muse of hymns. In Greek and Roman mythology, the Muses were nine daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne (goddess of memory). There were honored as the patrons of arts and sciences. Calliope was the head muse, and Apollo, the god of prophecy and song, was their leader.

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This illustration dates to 1898 and shows a statue of Polyhymnia. Polyhymnia was honored as the Muse of hymns. In Greek and Roman mythology, the Muses were nine daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne (goddess of memory). There were honored as the patrons of arts and sciences. Calliope was the head muse, and Apollo, the god of prophecy and song, was their leader.

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Image ID: KR0J9X