Erato   - in ancient sources @

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  Erato   - the Greek Muse of lyric poetry
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_9.496 osyne's daughters. & * & i.e. Erato. [506] PLATO & { F
Anyte_7.646 were the last words that Erato spoke, throwing her arms*
Athen_13.555 3.1 ]:- & Come now, O Erato, and tell me truly what it
Isyll_F to have given the Muse Erato to Malus as his bride in

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