One of these compartments, known as an Atlantes, is shown in the annexed woodcut.
Can you tell me, Constable, whether there are any more—er—Atlantes to come up to-night?
In a moment there was a sound as if all the rocks on the earth were rent, the castle vanished into the air, and with it Atlantes.
I am that Atlantes who watched over him in childhood, and as he grew to manhood he was ever the first in all deeds of chivalry.
By the Greeks they were named Atlantes, from the well-known fable of Atlas supporting the heavens.
Some of the same family were to be found among the Atlantes of Mauritania, and are represented as having the shape of swans.
This country was called Mauritania; and was supposed to have been possessed by the Atlantes and Gorgons.
Roger was lying on a bed of soft moss, when Atlantes, for so he took her to be, stood before him.
Then Atlantes broke the spell and disappeared, together with the castle, and the prisoners trooped forth, Rogero among them.
Astolpho, hastening after him, entered the enchanted castle of Atlantes, and soon recognized it as a house of magic.