THALIA (pronounced tha-LIE-uh) is the Greek Muse of comedy and rustic poetry. The nine Muses are the daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne, and they accompany Apollo in his role as God of the arts. She is usually depicted holding up the comic actor's mask and wearing a wreath of ivy on her head. Sometimes she holds a shepherd's staff, and other times a drum or tambourine--her sons with Apollo, the Korybantes, performed a dance to the beat of drums as part of the Mysteries of Samothrace. Thalia's name, which means "flourishing," is also seen as THALEIA.
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