Atlas Used to be a legendary Titan, who led the battle of the Titans against Zeus, which lasted for ten years. Sooner or later Atlas Used to be defeated and Used to be forced to hold up the heavens as a punishment. Hercules had to get the golden apples from Atlas’ daughters, the Pleiades and asked for lend a hand. Atlas had Hercules holding up the heavens at the same time as he looked for his daughters. As Atlas returned, he did not need to hold up the sky again. Hercules tricked Atlas into taking the sky back by asking Atlas to hold it at the same time as he shifted the load. In Roman mythology, Atlas had Medusa’s head in a sack. Atlas pulled it out and looked at it accidentally, and he Used to be turned to stone. This wonderfully crafted cold cast bronze statue measures 8.5 inches high, 4 inches long and 4 inches wide, and depicts Atlas holding up the celestial sphere.
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8.5 inch High, 4 inch Long, 4 inch Wide
Creatively Crafted in Cold Cast Bronze in Incredibly Sculpted Detail
Polished Antique Bronze Finish with a Metallic Gold Celestial Sphere
Polished Antique Bronze Finish with a Metallic Gold Colored Celestial Sphere
In Greek Mythology Atlas Used to be the Titan Who Held Up the Celestial Sphere, Where All Objects Within the Sky Can Be Projected Upon the Inner Surface