Clio

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Chariot clock in National Statuary Hall bi Carlo Franzoni, 1819, depictin Clio, teetled the Caur o History.

In Greek meethology, Clio (/ˈkl./; Greek: Κλειώ; "made famous" or "tae mak famous"), an aa spelled Kleio,[1] is the muse o history,[2] or in a few meethological accoonts, the muse o lyre playin.[3]

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  1. Harvey, Paul (1984). "Clio". The Oxford Companion to Classical Literature (Revised 1984 ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press. p. 110. ISBN 0-19-281490-7. 
  2. Leeming, David (2005). "Muses". The Oxford Companion to World Mythology. Oxford University Press. p. 274. ISBN 978-0-19-515669-0. 
  3. Morford, Mark P. O.; Lenardon, Robert J. (1971). Classical Mythology. New York: David McKay Company. pp. 56–57. ISBN 0-679-30028-7.