In architecture telamons are colossal male figures used as columns. These are also called atlas, atlantes or atlantids; they are the male versions of caryatids.

In architecture telamons are colossal male figures used as columns. These are also called atlas, atlantes or atlantids; they are the male versions of caryatids.

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    Nice telamon keeping the building together.
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