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According to the myths, Atlas had to be passed in order to reach the garden of the Hesperides. Due to this, he met Herakles, who had been sent by his cousin, King Eurystheas of Mycenae, to fetch the golden apples said to grow in the garden as part of his twelve tasks. Herakles promised Atlas to take his place if the Titan fetched some apples for him, but instead tricked Atlas and walked away with the fruits. Atlas was left back to his duty.
Behind the scenes
His name has later come to denote a collection of maps.