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and the younger Autochthon; and of the fourth pair, he called the first Elasippus and the second Mestor; and of the fifth pair, Azaes was the name given to the elder, and Diaprepes to the second. So all these, themselves and their descendants, dwelt for many generations bearing rule over many other islands throughout the sea, and holding sway besides, as was previously stated,Cf. Tim. 25 A, B. over the Mediterranean peoples as far as Egypt and Tuscany.Now a large family of distinguished sons sprang from Atlas;
and the younger Autochthon; and of the fourth pair, he called the first Elasippus and the second Mestor; and of the fifth pair, Azaes was the name given to the elder, and Diaprepes to the second. So all these, themselves and their descendants, dwelt for many generations bearing rule over many other islands throughout the sea, and holding sway besides, as was previously stated,Cf. Tim. 25 A, B. over the Mediterranean peoples as far as Egypt and Tuscany.Now a large family of distinguished sons sprang from Atlas;