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Transcript of SWAP ALLUSION
There are also references to The Muses in "The Odyssey" and "The Illiad" Thank you The influence of the Muses can also be seen in the Vatican, a special room is dedicated to them called Musei Vaticani, or The Room of the Muses. Statues of the Muses line the room and offer inspiration to all who enter The odyssey "Sing to me of the man, Muse, the man of twists and turns
driven time and again off course, once he had plundered
the hallowed heights of Troy." Significance in literature Some authors invoke Muses when writing poetry, hymns, or epic history. The invocation typically occurs at or near the beginning, and calls for help or inspiration, or simply invites the Muse to sing through the author. They were believed to inspire artists, especially poets, philosophers and musicians. All learning was under the patronage of the Muses. Schools commonly had shrines to the Muses, and any place dedicated to them was known as a mouseion, meaning "museum”.