In the chapters there was so many myths that Hajime Isayama was referring to. Some helped better understand the mythical universe that the mangaka had created in Attack on Titan, and enabled fans to build theories. Others, however, are simple parallels, and Atlas's could be one.
The parallel will take into account both the scenes from the first phase of the manga and those of the last volumes. That's why, Attention spoiler in the latest chapters of The Attack of the Giants from the next paragraph.
Eren Jaeger travels in his primeval giant version together with a horde of colossal giants to Fort Salta. His aim is to destroy the airships and the research laboratory, the only means that could cause him problems now. One trick Isayama used to name recent places was to take real places and write them backwards. Skip in this case is Atlasand refers to the mountain range in North Africa that we name Atlas.
For the uninitiated, Atlas is a very important mythological figure as, according to some myths, he is a Titan punished by Zeus and is forced to hold the world on his shoulders for eternity. It is therefore often depicted with the giant planet on its shoulders. The atlas that rules the world scene is very similar to this Eren carries the huge boulder This will serve to close the breakthrough in the wall in the first phase of the manga. Did you notice this similarity between the two characters?
Norse mythology with Ragnarok is certainly the best known, but there are also references to the real world with Romans playing the role of the Marleyans and the Eldians playing the role of barbarians.