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Calliope is the muse of epic poetry in Greek mythology.
Calliope, Kalliope or Kalliopi may also refer to:
- Calliope (music), a musical instrument
- Calliope (record label), a French record label
- Calliope (Renaissance band), a band based in New York City
- Calliope: Pittsburgh Folk Music Society, an organization in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.
- "Calliope", an instrumental by Tom Waits from Blood Money
- "Calliope!", a song by The Veils from Nux Vomica
- Calliope, the literary magazine of the Dwight-Englewood School
- Kalliope, a student literary magazine at Pennsylvania State University
- Kalliope, a character in the Troy series of novels by David Gemmell
- Calliope (TV series), an animation program
- Calliope (Sandman), a story in the 1990 collection Dream Country, from The Sandman series by Neil Gaiman
- Calliope daughter of Kratos, a character in the video game series God of War
- Calliope, another name for the Origins Award for outstanding work in the game industry
- Callie Torres, a character in the TV series Grey's Anatomy whose full name is Calliope
- Calliope, a character from the webcomic Homestuck
Science and technology
- Calliope (genus), a songbird genus containing species formerly included in Luscinia
- Calliope hummingbird, a hummingbird species
- 22 Kalliope, an asteroid
- Project Calliope is a space project for DIY-making a picosatellite led by Sandy Antunes
- Kalliopi (martyr) (died 250), also known as Saint Calliope, a 3rd-century Eastern martyr
- Kaliopi (born 1966), Macedonian singer
- Calliope, Iowa, U.S.
- Calliope, Queensland, Australia
- Calliope Dock, a historical stone drydock in Devonport, Auckland, New Zealand
- Calliope Projects, a housing project in New Orleans, Louisiana, US
- Kalliopi, Greece, a settlement on the island of Limnos
- Kalliopi (food), a dish from Attica in Greece
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