Atlas   - in ancient sources @

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  Atlas   - son of Iapetus; a Titan who was forced to carry the sky on his shoulders
Wikipedia entry
  + Atlases
[Tib]:PanMes_45 ssion and rich fields of Atlas' daughter Calypso, nor Phae
Aelian:Fr_188 Heracles often went to Atlas and studied the phenomena
AntipThes_6.256 the iron shoulders like Atlas, the hair and reverend bear
AntipThes_7.625 his way even as far as Atlas, and knew the Cretan waters
AntipThes_7.692 broad-footed, the new Atlas, has perished; they have
Ennius:Ann_59 Jupiter : MACROBIUS : [Atlas] ' whirls on his shoulders
Ennius:Ann_162 a roof : MACROBIUS : [Atlas] 'whirls on his shoulder
Ennius:Ann_332 , quoting Vergilius : 'Atlas on his shoulder turns the
Euseb]:Chron_183 ved Prometheus, Epimetheus and Atlas. He started to rule
Naev:Pun_44 bodied Giants and mighty Atlases, and Runcus too and the
Philip_16.52 ilt limbs, like a second Atlas, you marvel, doubting if
Phylarch_15 and Celaeno, the daughter of Atlas. Phylarchus, in his
Plut:Agis_9 one of the daughters of Atlas, who had by Zeus a son name

  Atlas 2   - a river in Asia
PsCallisth_3.28 away and we came to the river Atlas. There we could not

  Atlas 3   - mountains in North Africa
Wikipedia entry     ☆ DARE (map)
Aelian:NA_7.2 & At the foot of Atlas (this mountain is celebrated by

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