Sosyopat Tate

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Euterpe  - the “Giver of Pleasure” is the muse of Music and is represented with a Flute. It has been said she is the inventor of the double flute.  Art by Katlyn

Euterpe - the “Giver of Pleasure” is the muse of Music and is represented with a Flute. It has been said she is the inventor of the double flute.

Polyhymnia  - “She of Many Hymns,” is the muse of Sacred Poetry and Hymns to the Gods and is seen with a pensive look upon her face. She brings distinction to writers whose works have won them immortal fame. She has also been called the Muse of geometry, mime, meditation and agriculture. Polyhymnia is often veiled. Art by Katlyn

Polyhymnia Was in Greek mythology the Muse of sacred poetry and sacred hymn. She is depicted as very serious and meditative.She was also called the muse of geometry and meditation.

Calíope. Musa de la poesía épica. Katlyn

Calliope - the “Fair Voiced” and the eldest Muse, is the muse of Epic Poetry and the Legends of Heroes and is seen holding a writing tablet in hand, sometimes seen with a roll of paper or a book, and crowned in gold. Art by Katlyn

Terpsichore  - the “Whirler” is the muse of Dancing and is often seen dancing with her lyre and a plectrum, an instrument used for plucking stringed instruments. By the river god Achelous, she bore the Sirens. Art by Katlyn

Terpsichore - the “Whirler” is the muse of Dancing and is often seen dancing with her lyre and a plectrum, an instrument used for plucking stringed instruments. By the river god Achelous, she bore the Sirens. Art by Katlyn

The Minoan Bull-Leaping Fresco from the Great Palace at Knossos, Crete. Mystery of History Volume 1, Lesson 12 #MOHI12

The Minoan Bull-Leaping Fresco from the Great Palace at Knossos, Crete ‘Bull-leaping (also taurokathapsia, from Greek ταυροκαθάψια) is a motif of Middle Bronze Age figurative art, notably of Minoan.

Discovery: This is the first ever crossbow to have survived intact found from the Qin Dyna...

Archaeologists have recently discovered the most complete ancient crossbow to date in the terracotta army pit one in Xi'an, Shaanxi province.