Encel´ados (Latin, Enceladus), the most powerful of all the giants who conspired against Jupiter.
For the story of the giants and the punishment of Enceladus see any good Greek mythology.
With all their toil, they had not yet come to the girdle of Enceladus.
I was one of those who supported Enceladus in the admission of the Olympians above, and I regret it.
There can be little doubt but Enceladus and Typhon are only different names for the same monster.
He could depict the personal appearance of Cybele, and sketch the character of Enceladus.
At least my memory is keen enough to support my courage, and whatever the dread Enceladus may counsel, my voice is still for war!'
Enceladus is, however, furious at what he considers a cowardly acceptance of their fate, and urges his brethren to resist.
They were the shadows of Mimas, Enceladus, and Tethys, the three inner satellites.
The sixth and seventh satellites, Mimas and Enceladus, were discovered by him in 1789.