Clio

In Greek mythology, Clio ( /ˈklaɪ.oʊ/; Greek: Κλειώ) or Kleio, is the muse of history. Like all the muses, she is a daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne. She had one son, Hyacinth, with one of several kings, in various myths - with Pierus, King of Macedon, or with king Oebalus of Sparta, or with king Amyclas, progenitor of the people of Amyclae, dwellers about Sparta. Some sources say she was also the mother of Hymenaios.

She is often represented with a parchment scroll or a set of tablets and is also known as the Proclaimer. The name is from the root κλέω/κλείω,("recount" or "make famous").

'Clio' represents history in some coined words: cliometrics, cliodynamics.

Other articles related to "clio":

Clio Area Amphitheater
... The Clio Area Amphitheater is a concert venue located in Clio, Michigan, which is just north of Flint ... The first board is run by the City of Clio staff, who book and take care of the acts and consists of seven non-paid staff ...
Clio Trestle - Railfanning
... The Clio Trestle is a favorite railfan spot and is part of the Plumas County and Western Pacific Railroad Museum's "7 Wonders of the Western Pacific Railroad ... The trestle can be reached via Clio State Road 40A, either north 1.5 miles from State Highway 89 at Clio, or south 3.7 miles from State Highway 70 ...
Saratoga Trunk - Plot
... Ingrid Bergman played a notorious woman (Clio Dulaine) who comes back to New Orleans and falls for a Texas gambler, portrayed by Gary Cooper ... In 1875, Clio Dulaine, the illegitimate daughter of an aristocratic New Orleans Creole man and a very light-skinned Creole woman of color who was his placée, returns from Paris to her birthplace in Rampart ... Years ago Clio's mother accidentally killed Dulaine when he tried to prevent her from committing suicide, and the scandalized Dulaines then exiled Clio and her mother to Paris ...
Cadmus Class Sloop - Operational Histories - HMS Clio
... Clio started her career on the Australia Station, where she arrived in April 1904 after a journey with many problems ... In August 1914, Clio re-commissioned at Hong Kong ...