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To the apple-bearing shore of the Hesperides, famous singers, would I go my way, there where the lord of the deep-blue mere  forbids further passage to sailors, fixing the sacred boundary of the skies, the pillar held up by Atlas. There fonts immortal flow by the place where Zeus lay,1  and holy Earth with her gifts of blessedness makes the gods' prosperity wax great.
1 The reference is to the marriage of Zeus and Hera, which the scholiast implies was consummated here.