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Atlanteia in Greek mythology was one of the dryad nymphs. She was the wife of Danaus who was the Egyptian king of Argos in the Peloponnese and is dated to within a couple of generations of Deucalion. The pre-Hellenic Greeks were known as the Danai and were, according to an Egyptian source, the descendants of Danaus. Furthermore, the Danai have been linked with the legendary Tuatha de Danaan.