Sodalitas Musarum (Nova Roma)

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One of the Sodalitates of Nova Roma.

Sodalitas Musarum - Arts and Literature


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The Sodalitas Musarum, under the patronage of Apollo and the Nine Muses, endeavours to develop and serve the cultural and artistic life of Nova Roma.

The Sodalitas Musarum is composed of ten Collegia, each of which is named after and under the patronage of the appropriate Muse or Apollo.

Coryphaea: Aula Tullia Scholastica

Website:http://www.freewebtown.com/musarum/curatores.html

Mailing List: groups.yahoo.com/group/ForTheMuses/

Established: Non. Dec. Q. Maximo M. Minucio cos. MMDCCLIII a.u.c.


Contents

Collegia Sodalitatis

Calliope (Epic Poetry)

The Greek muse,Calliope.

Musaeus:

Members

Clio (History and Social Science)

Mailing list: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CollegiumClius

The Greek muse, Clio, stands on top of the “Car of History” overlooking the Old House Chamber (Statuary Hall). Marble, Carlo Franzoni, 1819, courtesy of Architect of the Capitol. Image from the public domain website of the Architect of the Capitol [1]

The Collegia Clius is one of ten Collegia of Nova Roma's Sodalitas Musarum. Each in their own area, in our case history and social science are designed to develop and serve the cultural and artistic life of Nova Roma. One does not have to be a citizen of Nova Roma to join but you do have to be a member of the Sodalitas Musarum and have an abiding love and interest in all things Roman

The following Citizens are members and are listed in alphabetical order by Nomen. Currently 34 members are registered.

Musaeus:

Members

Euterpe (Music)

The Greek muse, Euterpe.

Musaeus:

Members


Melpomene (Tragedy)

The Greek muse,Calliope.


Musaea:

Members

Terpsichore (Dance)

The Greek muse,Calliope.

Musaeus:

Members

Erato (Lyric Poetry)

The Greek muse,Calliope.


Musaeus:

Members

Polyhymnia (Sacred Song and Verse)

The Muse, Polyhymnia, from a section of a Roman mosaic circa 240 A.D.

Musaea:

Members:

Urania (Astronomy and Natural Science)

Musaeus:

Members


Thalia (Comedy)

Musaeus:

Members


Apollo (Graphic and Plastic Arts, and Architecture)

Musaeus:

Members

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