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In Greek mythology, Enceladus was one of the Gigantes, who was defeated in battle by Zeus's thunderbolts and buried under Mount Etna by Athena. Mount Etna's fires were supposed to be the breath of Enceladus, and its eruptions were caused by his rolling his injured side inside the mountain. Some believe that he is the same as Typhon.
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