A breast-shaped hill is a mountain in the shape of a human breast. Some such hills are named "Pap", a word for the breast or nipple. Such anthropomorphic geographic features are to be found in different places of the world and in some cultures they were revered as the attributes of the Mother Goddess, such as the Paps of Anu, named after Anu, an important female deity of pre-Christian Ireland.
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The name Mamucium that gave origin to the name of the city of Manchester is thought to derive from the Celtic language meaning "breast-shaped hill", referring to the sandstone bluff on which the fort stood; this later evolved into the name Manchester.
Mostly breast-shaped hills are connected with local ancestral veneration of the breast as a symbol of fertility and well-being. It is not uncommon for very old archaeological sites to be located in or below such hills, as on Samson, Isles of Scilly, where there are large ancient burial grounds both on the North Hill and South Hill, or Burrén and Burrena, Aragon, Spain, where two Iron Age Urnfield culture archaeological sites lie beneath the hills.
Also the myths surrounding these mountains are ancient and enduring and some have been recorded in the oral literature or written texts; for example, in an unspecified location in Asia, there was a mountain known as "Breast Mountain" with a cave in which the Buddhist monk Bodhidharma (Da Mo) spent a long time in meditation.
Travelers and cartographers in colonial times often changed the ancestral names of such hills. The mountain known as Didhol or Dithol, Woman's Breast, by the Indigenous Australian people since time immemorial, was rechristened Pigeon House Mountain by Captain James Cook at the time of his exploration of Australia's eastern coast in 1770.
"Mamelon" (from French "nipple") is a French name for a breast-shaped hillock. Fort Mamelon was a famous hillock fortified by the Russians and captured by the French as part of the Siege of Sevastopol during the Crimean War of the 1850s. The word "mamelon" is also used in volcanology to describe a particular rock formation of volcanic origin. The term was coined by the French explorer and naturalist Jean Baptiste Bory de Saint-Vincent.African Great Lakes
Mount Elgon on the Uganda-Kenya border
Sweet Sixteen, Matthews Range (Ldoinyo Lenkiyio), Laikipia district, Rift Valley Province, northern Kenya.
Horn of Africa
Naasa Hablood in Somalia
Trois Mamelles mountains in the west of Mauritius
Mamelles Island, Seychelles
Omatako Mountain south-west of Otjiwarongo in Namibia
Three Sisters in the Northern Cape, South Africa
Deux Mamelles, Pointe des Almadies, Cap-Vert, Senegal
Una Peaks, long known as Una's Tits colloquially, at the entrance to the Lemaire Channel, Graham Land
Nipple Peak, Palmer Archipelago, Graham Land
Hemus Peak, Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands
Sroh-Plom Mountain, "Virtuous Woman's Breast Mountain", located close to Senmonorom, Senmonorom District, Mondulkiri Province, Cambodia.
Rushan (meaning "Breast Mountain") is a mountain in Weihai, Shandong Province, China.
Tell Sader al-Arus (translation from Arabic: "Breast of the bride") is a mountain in the Golan Heights
Bundok ng Susong Dalaga, "Maiden's Breast Mountain", Occidental Mindoro.
Mt. Tagapo, Talim Island, two huge conical hills that are the highest peaks of Talim Island.
Chocolate Hills, more than a thousand unusual geological formations in Bohol. A popular tourist destination named for their brown colour in the summer.
Ilihan Hill, "Watery Breast", a pilgrimage site about four kilometres from Jagna, Bohol
Kagmasuso, among other breast-shaped hills in San Andrés, Catanduanes
Doi Phu Nom (ดอยภูนม), Phayao Province, a breast-shaped hill rising in an area of grassland of the Phi Pan Nam Range.
Khao Nom (เขานม), was one of the former names of Khanom, a district of Nakhon Si Thammarat Province, due to the surrounding mountains.
Khao Nom Nang, a hill at Huai Krachao, Kanchanaburi. 14°18′00″N 99°43′00″E
Khao Nom Nang, (เขานมนาง), a hill north of Pak Phraek, Kanchanaburi. 14°05′00″N 99°34′00″E
Khao Nom Nang, a hill between Nong Pet and Chong Sadao, Kanchanaburi. 14°21′02″N 99°12′53″E
Khao Nom Nang, an isolated hill in Khok Samae San, Lopburi. 15°19′00″N 100°51′00″E
Khao Nom Nang, an isolated large hill in Khao Kala, Nakhon Sawan Province. 15°34′00″N 100°17′00″E
Khao Nom Nang, the name of two hills west of Doeng Bang Nam Buat, Suphan Buri. 14°51′00″N 100°04′00″E
Khao Nom Sao (เขานมสาว), "female breast mountain", a mountain located in Ranong Province, Thailand.
Khao Nom Sao, a round hill east of Phet Kasem road in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province. 10°59′00″N 99°22′00″E
Khao Nom Sao, a mountain in Chumphon Province. 09°46′00″N 98°43′01″E
Khao Nom Sao, a hill in Phang Nga Province, part of a greater mountain system. 08°58′00″N 98°28′00″E
Khao Nom Wang (เขานมวังก), a small hill just east of the main road at Phanom Wang, Khuan Khanun District, also known as Khao Phanom Wang, Phatthalung Province. 07°40′58″N 100°01′01″E
Ko Nom Sao (Thai: เกาะนมสาว, lit. female breast island) are twin islands located in the Phang Nga Bay, Phang Nga Province, Thailand.
Ko Nom Sao in Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province. 12°13′N 100°01′E
Ko Nom Sao, an island off the shore in Chanthaburi Province. 12°28′N 102°01′E
UK and Ireland
Mumbles The two islands (on one of which stands a lighthouse) off the southeast corner of the Gower peninsula, Swansea, Wales
Beinn Chìochan in the Grampians, Scotland
Bennachie in Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Mam Barisdale in Knoydart, Scotland
Mynydd Llanwenarth near Abergavenny, Wales
Mount Keen in Aberdeenshire / Angus, Scotland
A' Chioch in Ben More, Isle of Mull, Scotland
Mam Sodhail, on the northern side of Glen Affric, some 30 kilometres east of Kyle of Lochalsh
Mam Tor, near Castleton in the High Peak of Derbyshire, England.
Samson, Isles of Scilly
Twmbarlwm near Risca, Wales
Wittenham Clumps in Oxfordshire
Paps or Maiden Paps are rounded, breastlike hills located mostly in Scotland:
Paps of Anu, near Killarney, Ireland
Paps of Fife in Scotland
Paps of Jura, on the western side of island of Jura, in the Inner Hebrides, Scotland
Paps of Lothian in Scotland
Maiden Paps, twin hills in Caithness, Scotland
Maiden Paps, twin hills in the Kilpatrick Hills, Scotland
Maiden Paps, twin hills south of Hawick in the Scottish Borders, Scotland
Maiden Paps, another name for the Tunstall Hills near Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England
Maiden's Pap, another name for Schiehallion, Perth and Kinross, Scotland
Pap of Glencoe in the Scottish Highlands
Marens Patter (Maren's Tits), a pair of twin hills that has functioned as a landmark for seafarers since the Bronze Ages.
Lilienstein in Saxon Switzerland, GermanyGreece
Breasts of Aphrodite in Mykonos, Greece
Tetica de Bacares or "La Tetica", a 2,086 m high mountain in the Sierra de Los Filabres, Spain.
Tetas de Liérganes, Cantabria
Tetas de Viana, La Alcarria, Guadalajara Province
Puig de Mamelles, Felanitx, Mallorca
Ses Mamelles, another name for the 714 m high Puig des Castellot, Escorca, Mallorca
Turó de la Mamella, a mountain near Vacarisses, Catalonia
Burrén and Burrena near Fréscano, Aragon
Squaw's Tit in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta
San Vicente, also known as Chichontepec, the mountain of the two breasts in Nahuat, a stratovolcano in El Salvador
Deux Mamelles, Guadeloupe
Tres Tetas Mountain or El Chichión in Costa Grande of Guerrero, Mexico
Cerro Las Tetas in Salinas, Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico
Tetas de Cerro Gordo in San Germán, Puerto Rico
Bubble Mountains, in Acadia National Park of Maine.
Nippletop, in the Adirondack High Peaks of New York. During the later 19th century, it was euphemistically renamed "Dial Mountain", a name now officially applied to another nearby peak.
Pilot Mountain, Pilot Mountain, North Carolina. Referenced many times on the Andy Griffith Show as Mt. Pilot. Andy spoke about a wonderful place to travel called "Pilot" by the locals.
Pinnacle Mountain, Arkansas, near Maumelle. During the colonial and early American periods, the mountain was known as "Mamelle" mountain. "Mamelle" is a name commonly applied in the French-speaking parts of the world to a breast.
Rock Mary, Caddo County, Oklahoma
Spanish Peaks, Colorado, named Huajatolla by the Ute Indians, meaning "two breasts".
Tetilla Peak, Caja del Rio, New Mexico. "Tetilla" is Spanish for "nipple".
Teton Range. French-Canadian trappers named the Grand Teton Mountains around 1820. The distinctive peaks appeared as Les Trois Tetons (The Three Breasts) seen from the northGrand Teton
Twin Peaks, in San Francisco, California. When the Spanish conquistadors and settlers arrived at the beginning of the 18th century, they called the area "Los Pechos de la Chola" or "Breasts of the Indian Maiden" and devoted the area to ranching. When San Francisco passed under American control during the 19th Century, it was renamed "Twin Peaks".
Maggie's Peaks, just west of Lake Tahoe, California.
Uncanoonuc Mountains, Goffstown, New Hampshire. From a Native American word for a woman's breasts.
Mollie's Nipple or Molly's Nipple is the name given to as many as seven peaks and some other geological features in Utah.
Squawteat Peak located in Pecos County, Texas west of Bakersfield.
Pigeon House Mountain, NSW, Australia
Saddle Hill, Dunedin, New Zealand
Cerro Tres Tetas, Argentina
Cerro Tres Tetas in Potosí, Bolivia
Cerro de Las Tetas, Chile
Cerro La Teta, La Guajira, Colombia
Cerro de Las Tetas, Serranía del Perijá, La Guajira, Colombia
Tetas de Santa Teresa, Baracoa, Cuba
Les Mamelles Islets, French Guiana
Cerro Tetas, Chiclayo Province, Peru
Cerro Batoví, in Tacuarembó. Batoví means breast of a virgin in the Guaraní language.
Cerro Pan de Azúcar (Sugarloaf Hill), in the Maldonado Department
Tetas de María Guevara, Isla Margarita, Venezuela
Teta de Niquitao, Trujillo State, Venezuela
Cerro de Las Tetas, Tinaquillo, Cojedes, Venezuela
Cerro las Tres Tetas, Barquisimeto, Venezuela
Sheba's Breasts are a pair of mountains in Africa in the novel King Solomon's Mines
The Teats and the Paps are pairs of hills in George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire