Erato, in Greek mythology, one of the nine Muses, whose name signifies loving or lovely.
Mr. Samuel Lewes, 87; on the reverse side the figure of Erato.
It was to Anacreon that Erato offered that chord, threw it rather, laughing, in his face.
Why, learned Erato, art thou thus diverging into the medical art?
With such accessories the presence of Erato was perhaps inevitable.
Stands at the intersection of Camp and Phytanee streets, on an angular lot, widening to the rear on Erato street.
Erato, who presides over the poems of love, generally accompanies the youngest and gayest of the Muses, Terpsichore.
In the temple to them, which Lesbos became, the freedom of Erato was almost of necessity accorded to her priestesses.
Behind a statue of Erato, she was sure that she saw coloured drapery floating in the moonlight.
But compare statistically the service and the detriment, for Clio must instruct Calliope and Erato.