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The name Abaton (from Greek: α - not + βαίνω - to tread) was used in antiquity for inaccessible places, including:
- The building at the Asclepion in Epidaurus where dream cures by enkoimesis are reported
- A statue erected by Artemisia II of Caria after the conquest of Rhodes
- Abatos, aka Abaton, rocky island in the Nile, Egypt
- Abaton (album), a 2003 album by pianist Sylvie Courvoisier
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