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Lyre | Definition of lyre by Merriam-Webster

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1: a stringed instrument of the harp class having an approximately U-shaped frame and used by the ancient Greeks especially to accompany song and recitation

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Only head and lyre remained intact, floating down the River Hebrus from Thrace to the sea.

Lyre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The lyre (Greek: λύρα, lýra) is a string instrument known for its use in Greek classical antiquity and later periods. The lyre is similar in appearance to a ...

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Lyre - definition of lyre by The Free Dictionary

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lyre detail of the 1809 painting Madame de Staël as Corinne by Élisabeth Vigée-Lebrun lyre (līr) n. A stringed instrument of the harp family having two curved ...

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lyre | musical instrument | Britannica.com

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Lyre, bowl lyre Courtesy of the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford stringed musical instrument having a yoke, or two arms and a crossbar, projecting out from and level with ...

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A 1684 portrait of Jeanne Mary de Clermont, the Duchess of Montpensier, by the Baroque artist Jean-Luc Picard; the duchess was a renowned lyre-player.

Lyre - Ancient History Encyclopedia

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The lyre was a stringed musical instrument played by the ancient Greeks and was probably the most important and well-known instrument in the Greek world.