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"The Atlas" is a multiplatform strategy/simulation video game about discovering new lands for the King of Portugal in the 15th century.

  • also known as The Atlas: Renaissance Voyager; Atlas; ジ・アトラス; Atlas, The Renaissance Voyager
  • mode: Single-player video game, Multiplayer video game
  • genres: Simulation video game, Strategy video game
  • publishers: Artdink, Pack-In-Video
  • released on (24 years ago)


"The Atlas" is a 1996 semi-autobiographical work by American novelist William T. Vollmann.

  • also known as "Atlas"
  • language: English Language
  • genres: Memoir, Fiction, Travel literature
  • subject: Literary
  • released in (20 years ago)


"The Atlas" is a musical album of Kristin Allen-Zito.

  • released on (5 years ago)


Who is The Atlas?

The Atlas: L'Atlas is a French artist born in France in 1978. A painter, photographer and video artist, he lives and works in Paris and frequently shows his work in various cities worldwide.

  • also known as Atlas, Jules Dedet, L'Atlas
  • born in (38 years ago) in France, child of Yann Dedet
  • nationality: France
  • profession: Contemporary artist, painter, photographer, videographer, street artist
  • official website:


The Atlas is a 46-story, 141 m tower in Midtown, New York City. It was completed in 2002, and mainly contains luxury high-rise apartments.

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Google previewAtlas of Spinal Operations (2011)

by R. Bauer, Fridun Kerschbaumer, S. Poisel

The atlas is a valuable aid for the surgeon's training. Experienced surgeons are given the opportunity of gaining in a short time an overview of operative techniques that are not part of a routine, day-to-day repertoire.

Google previewBeacon of Hope

by Ralpapajan

The Atlas is an important step in developing aMaya Homeland. The Maya researchers and cartographers made the Atlas so that...

The Atlas is a window to both the ancient and modern Maya world. The Atlas will appeal to people interested in ...

Google previewMathematics of Surfaces XIII (2009)

13th IMA International Conference York, UK, September 7-9, 2009 Proceedings by Edwin R. Hancock, Ralph R. Martin, Malcolm A. Sabin

} is called the atlas of S. If all chart transition functions are biholomorphic, then the atlas is called a conformal atlas of the surface.

Google previewDestination Collaboration 2 (2010)

A Complete Reference Focused Curriculum Guidebook to Educate 21st Century Learners in Grades 3-5 by Danielle N. DuPuis, Lori M. Carter

The atlas is a tool that students should know how to use in order to pinpoint a location on a map, give or locate directions using coordinates, and gain knowledge and understanding about our changing world.

Google previewPractical Atlas of Ruminant and Camelid Reproductive Ultrasonography (2009)

by Luc DesCôteaux, Jill Colloton, Giovanni Gnemmi

Furthermore, the Atlas is an ideal bridge between the world of research and the world of practice. One cannot exist without the other. Only through real cooperation and deep intellectual discussion is it possible to build the foundation for ...

Google previewFundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology (2015)

by Donald C Rizzo

There are seven cervical vertebrae: the first is called the atlas and the second the axis. 4. There are 12 thoracic vertebrae that articulate with the ribs. 5. There are five lumbar vertebrae, the strongest. 6. The single sacrum is made of five fused ...

Google previewAtlas of Feline Ophthalmology (2012)

by Kerry L. Ketring, Mary Belle Glaze

A new addition to the atlas is an appendix that groups figures by etiology rather than structure. This format makes it possible to retrieve every image ...

Google previewSports Medicine Essentials: Core Concepts in Athletic Training & Fitness Instruction (2015)

by Jim Clover

The atlas is a ring-shaped bone that articulates, or joins, superiorly with the occipital bone and inferiorly with the axis (the second vertebra). These joints, along with the muscles that surround them, allow the head to turn in several directions.

Google previewTexas Health Atlas (2012)

by Lawrence E. Estaville, Kristine Egan, Abel Galaviz

Instead, the atlas is a source of ...

Google previewCancer Mapping (2012)

by Peter Boyle, Calum S. Muir, Ekkehard Grundmann

As already mentioned, the atlas is a mirror of the “cancer landscape,” a product of descriptive and not of analytical epidemiology. It aims to demonstrate the situation but not to explain or evaluate it. It aims to provide impulses and pointers for ...

Google previewGIS for Coastal Zone Management (2004)

by Darius Bartlett, Jennifer Smith

The Atlas is a multidisciplinary GIS project integrating many kinds of scientific data and local knowledge (traditional ecological knowledge). Although studies on geomorphology and coastal spawning areas were initiated for the project it was a ...

Google previewHow Students Learn (2004)

History, Mathematics, and Science in the Classroom by National Research Council, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, Board on Behavioral, Cognitive, and Sensory Sciences, Center for Studies on Behavior and Development, A Targeted Report for Teachers, Committee on How People Learn

It is called the Atlas Farnese, as Farnese was the name of the collection it entered . It was created by sculptor Crates. The exact date of the sculpture is not known. However, scholars assume that it was made sometime after 150 A.D. because of ...

Google previewThe Atlas of Climate Change: Based on SEAP-CMIP5 (2012)

Super-Ensemble Projection and Attribution (SEAP) of Climate Change by Wenjie Dong, Fumin Ren, Jianbin Huang, Yan Guo

The atlas is a compelling visual guide to the state of future climate. Using vivid graphics and maps, it explores the complex climate system changes. This vibrant atlas addresses all the pressing issues concerning climate change which can be ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Jazz Age: From the End of World War I to the Great Crash (2015)

From the End of World War I to the Great Crash by James Ciment

The Atlas program, however, offered lessons about more than just exercise. Drawing from the contemporary wisdom of doctors, health advisers, and physical culture (bodybuilding) experts, the Atlas program offered guidance on everything ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Berbers (Imazighen) (2017)

by Hsain Ilahiane

The Atlas Mountains are a series of mountain ranges that stretch from west to east across North Africa. They run for 1,931 kilometers from the Moroccan city of Agadir in the southwest to the ...

Google previewThe Whiplash Encyclopedia (2006)

by Robert Ferrari

The first cervical vertebra (the atlas) is a ring of bone that superiorly (above) meets the bony base of the skull and inferiorly (below) meets the second cervical vertebra (the axis). (See Figures 15-2A, 15-2B, and 15-3.) This second vertebra ...

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It is not advisable, James, to venture unsolicited opinions. You should spare yourself the embarrassing discovery of their exact value to your listener. (Ayn Rand)
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