Muse (disambiguation)

Muse (disambiguation)

The Muses are nine goddesses in Greek mythology who control and symbolize nine types of art known to Ancient Greece.

Muse or muses may also refer to:




Other uses

See also

  • The Muse (disambiguation)
  • mews

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