These dew-drenched roses and that tufted thyme are offered to the ladies of helicon.
It is situated between helicon and Chæroneia, near Coroneia.
Then, cleansing the fountain of helicon from slime and rushes, he restored to the waters their first chastity and sweetness.
helicon, his favorite joker, had been relating to him all sorts of buffooneries about the Jews.
Aganippe, a fountain in Boeotia, near helicon, dedicated to the Muses as a source of poetic inspiration.
It was thus that helicon, the home of the Muses, took its birth.
He established a seminary at helicon: and was the founder of those families, which were styled Dorian, and Herculean.
For military purposes, this and the contrabass—the helicon—are circular.
The poet "as those wreathes up go" sees helicon's fresh founts flowing clearer and purer.
Parnassus was forked on the top; and from helicon ran a stream, the spring of which was called the Muses' well.
1520s, from Greek Helikon, mountain in Boeotia, sacred to the Muses, in which arose the fountains of Aganippe and Hippocrene. Literally "the tortuous mountain," from helix (genitive helikos) "spiral" (see helix).