Polymatheia

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Polymatheia (Ancient Greek: Πολυμάθεια) in Greek mythology was one of the three Muses recognized at Sicyon, as remarked by Plutarch.[1] Her name literally means "much knowledge, erudition", and Plutarch compares her to Polymnia to whom he ascribes precedence over accumulation and preservation of knowledge.

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  1. ^ Plutarch, Quaestiones Convivales, 9. 14. 7

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