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Atlas Holding the Heavens and Stars Statue
atlas holding globe statue

atlas holding globe statue
Size: 12.5 in High
Material: cold cast bronze
Weight (lbs):  4 lbs

Home > Gods and Heroes > Greek
Globe is also a container
with removable lid


$59.99

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A story of Atlas from Bulfinch's Mythology

"Of Atlas there is another story, which I like better than the one told. He was one of the Titans who warred against Jupiter like Typhoeus, Briareus, and others.

 "After their defeat by the king of gods and men, Atlas was condemned to stand in the far western part of the earth, by the Pillars of Hercules, and to hold on his shoulders the weight of heaven and the stars.

"The story runs that Perseus, flying by, asked and obtained rest and food. The next morning he asked what he could do to reward Atlas for his kindness. The best that giant could think of was that Perseus should show him the snaky head of Medusa, that he might be turned to stone and be at rest from his heavy load."

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