Marble Muses Calliope, the oldest of the nine muses, is said to have inspired the blind poet Homer to write the Iliad and Odyssey. Marble Muses Calliope may have been the god of song or music at first, who could play all musical instruments, and later became the muse in charge of heroic epics in Greek mythology. The symbols of Calliope are the stylus and the writing board, and the image in the artwork is usually a woman holding a writing board or a scroll. The Marble Muses Calliope sits on a stone with a pen in his right hand, ready to write on the scroll in his left. In ancient Greece, there were many temples for poets to pray to the muses for inspiration, and artworks related to the muses were displayed in the temples. And our modern customized Marble Muses Calliope can also bring you the pursuit and inspiration of art.