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[[Image:clio us house.jpg|frame|right|The Greek muse, Clio, stands on top of the “Car of History”
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overlooking the Old House Chamber (Statuary Hall). Marble, Carlo Franzoni, 1819, courtesy of Architect of the Capitol.
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Image from the public domain website of the [http://www.aoc.gov/cc/art/car_of_history.cfm Architect of the Capitol].]]
|width="100%" colspan="3" |'''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'''
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The following Citizens are members of the listed in alphabetical order by ''Nomen''.
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Clio ('''Kleio''' in Greek) is the goddess of history, the "proclaimer", the "giver of fame", and is the patroness of history and historical poetry. She is the second of the nine [[Muses]] (''Mousai'' or ''Mneiai'', and ''Musae'' or ''Caménae'' in [[Latin]]), the goddesses of cultural production.
Currently '''27''' members are registered.
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Musaeus:
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Clio, the muse of history, can be said to have had a hand in the creation of many of Rome's [[core narrative]]s.
  
*[[Tiberius Galerius Paulinus (Nova Roma) | Tiberius Galerius Paulinus ]]
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[[Category:Roman Gods]]
 
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Members
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*[[Gnaeus Aelius Baeticus Nebrissensis (Nova Roma) |  Gnaeus Aelius Baeticus Nebrissensis]]
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*[[Aulus Apollonius Cordus (Nova Roma) | Aulus Apollonius Cordus ]]
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*[[Tiberius Apollonius Cicatrix (Nova Roma) | Tiberius Apollonius Cicatrix ]]
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*[[ Franciscus Apulus Caesar (Nova Roma) | Franciscus Apulus Caesar ]]
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*[[Marcus Arminius Maior (Nova Roma) |  Marcus Arminius Maior ]]
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*[[Quintus Caecilius Metellus Postumianus ( Nova Roma) | Quintus Caecilius Metellus Postumianus ]]
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*[[D. Claudius Aquilius Germanicus (Nova Roma) | D. Claudius Aquilius Germanicus ]]
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*[[Ti. Domitia (Nova Roma) | Ti. Domitia ]]
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*[[Gnaeus Equitius Marinus (Nova Roma) | Gnaeus Equitius Marinus ]]
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*[[ Caeso Fabius Buteo Quintilianus (Nova Roma) | Caeso Fabius Buteo Quintilianus ]]
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*[[Lucia Galeria Mira (Nova Roma) |  Lucia Galeria Mira ]]
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*[[ Publius Julius Caesar Hibernianus (Nova Roma) | Publius Julius Caesar Hibernianus ]]
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*[[C. Maria Caeca (Nova Roma) | C. Maria Caeca ]]
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*[[Marcus Minucius Audens (Nova Roma) |  Marcus Minucius Audens ]]
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*[[Lucius Modius Kaelus (Nova Roma) | Lucius Modius Kaelus ]]
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*[[ Sappho Modia Rodacilla (Nova Roma) |  Sappho Modia Rodacilla ]]
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*[[C. Moravius Brutus (Nova Roma) | C. Moravius Brutus ]]
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*[[Lucius Quintius Constantinus (Nova Roma) | Lucius Quintius Constantinus ]]
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*[[Aulus Scribonius Dento (Nova Roma) | Aulus Scribonius Dento]]
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*[[ Julilla Sempronia Magna (Nova Roma) |  Julilla Sempronia Magna]]
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*[[M. Sempronia Iustina (Nova Roma) |  M. Sempronia Iustina]]
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*[[Salvia Sempronia Graccha (Nova Roma) |  Salvia Sempronia Graccha ]]
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*[[Marcus Scipiadus Scipio Africanus  (Nova Roma) |  Marcus Scipiadus Scipio Africanus ]]
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*[[  Flavia Tullia Valeria Scholastica (Nova Roma) |  Flavia Tullia Valeria Scholastica
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*[[Lucia Valeria Secunda Ianuaria  (Nova Roma) |  Lucia Valeria Secunda Ianuaria
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Lucius Vitellius Triarius Lucius Vitellius Triarius
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Latest revision as of 17:52, 20 November 2012

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.

Clio (Kleio in Greek) is the goddess of history, the "proclaimer", the "giver of fame", and is the patroness of history and historical poetry. She is the second of the nine Muses (Mousai or Mneiai, and Musae or Caménae in Latin), the goddesses of cultural production.

Clio, the muse of history, can be said to have had a hand in the creation of many of Rome's core narratives.

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