Mr. R. Frankling, 70; on the reverse side figure of Euterpe.
Euterpe repeated the knocking, and this time with better success.
With these words he left the room, and Euterpe followed him.
Only Diphilus and Euterpe exchanged a few words in low tones.
Euterpe, the Muse of lyric poetry, was represented with a flute and garlands of flowers.
The grand work of Herodotus was approached in 1584 by an anonymous writer, who completed only Clio and Euterpe.
Euterpe, meanwhile, had set a wine-jar and a dish of fruit on the table.
“Euterpe soboles hoc est emblemata varia, &c.” with stanzas in Latin and German to each print.
Euterpe will learn to be gratified, Æsculapius, but she had not reflected upon the plunge.
Another divine dame, standing by the side of Euterpe, who was seated by the harp, looked up as Ixion entered.