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Die Entstehung des Atlas-Gebirges (61 Aufrufe)
Γραικύλος schrieb am 06.07.2024 um 13:43 Uhr (Zitieren)
Etymologicum Magnum 164, 20:
Atlas: a mountain in Africa. Polyidus [Πολύιδος] the dithyrambic poet makes Atlas a shepherd: according to him, Perseus arrived on the scene, and Atlas asked who he was und where he had come from; and when Perseus’ words failed to persuade him (to allow to pass), he was compelled to show him the Gorgon’s face and turned him to stone; and the mountain was called Atlas after him. So the commentary on Lycophron.

(Greek Lyric V. Ed. by David A. Campbell. Cambridge (Mass.)/London 1993, pp. 202 sq.)
 
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