by Erasmus

Momus, although mentioned by Hesiod, is a literary rather than a mythological character. He is the fault-finder who mocks at his fellow-gods, normally depicted taking off his mask and associated with folly and stinging satire. Erasmus. writes of him in the Adages.

Note to My Achievements And Attributes which is Part 2 of Folly Speaks from "The Praise Of Folly"

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