The Tomb of the Daughter of Atlas was a tomb and a shrine in Mount Psophis in Arkadia, Greece. It allegedly served as the tomb of a daughter of Atlas, a Titan in Greek mythology.
Consisting of a small dungeon as the tomb proper, a similarly modest shrine had been erected atop the tomb, housing a statue of a deity.
During the Peloponnesian War the tomb was explored by the Spartan misthios Kassandra, who deciphered the ancient stele within. She also recovered a rare bow within a hidden chamber of the tomb.
Behind the scenes
The name of the tomb, a location in Assassin's Creed: Odyssey, references a daughter of the Titan Atlas in Greek mythology. They include the Hesperides, the Hyades, the Pleiades, Calypso, and Dione. Of these, one of the Pleiades, Electra the lost Pleiad, was connected with Arkadia.
Kassandra lighting a brazier
The main hall of the tomb
The ancient stele within the chamber
Kassandra deciphering the stele
Kassandra entering the hidden chamber
Kassandra approaching the chest
within the tomb
The shrine on top of the tomb
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The interior of the shrine