CALLIOPE, the muse of epic poetry, so named from the sweetness of her vioce (Gr.
founded Greek towns: Soteira, Charis, Achaea, Calliope (Appian, Syr.
The British warship "Calliope" (Captain Pearson) was in the harbour, but succeeded in getting up steam and, standing out to sea, escaped destruction.
Various accounts of their origin are given: they were earth-born, sons of Cronus, sons of Zeus and Calliope, sons of Rhea, of Ops, of the Great Mother and a mystic father, of Apollo and Thalia, of Athena and Helios.
The Queen is a unique ship, featuring the world's largest calliope, specially designed and built for it with 44 brass pipes.
Do not forget to give my love to Miss Calliope Kehayia and Mr. Francis Demetrios Kalopothakes.
Every vessel in the harbor or shore except the English man-of-war Calliope, which got to sea.
According to the best-known tradition, Orpheus was the son of Oeagrus, king of Thrace, and the muse Calliope.
Ansible 160 ½, " Fort Mudge Steam Calliope Company " -- an old fannish jape of Lee Hoffman's, referring to Pogo.
His ' Calliope ' is specifically geared to the problems of early music, including lute tablature.
It is in the form of a dialogue between Sulpicia and the muse Calliope, and is chiefly a protest against the banishment of the philosophers by the edict of Domitian (A.D.
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