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1) Ajax. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Ajax, (aŽjaks) (KEY) , Gr. Aias, in Greek mythology. 1 Hero of the Trojan War, son of Telamon, thus called the Telamonian Ajax, also called Ajax the Greater. In the...

2) Part I. Chapter XII. Padraic Colum 1918. The Adventures of Odysseus and the Tale of Troy
...envoys to make friendship between himself and Achilles. The envoys were Odysseus and Aias and the old man Phoinix who had been a foster-father to Achilles. Now when...

3) Part I. Chapter XXII. Padraic Colum 1918. The Adventures of Odysseus and the Tale of Troy
...whom the Greeks thought the most of. Two men strove for the prize—Odysseus and his friend Aias. To Odysseus the armour of Achilles was given, but he was in no way...

4) Part I. Chapter XIV. Padraic Colum 1918. The Adventures of Odysseus and the Tale of Troy
...towards the ships in a mass that was like a great rock rolling down a cliff. Idomeneus and Aias led the Greeks who fought to hold them back. Hector cast a spear at...

5) Part I. Chapter XIII. Padraic Colum 1918. The Adventures of Odysseus and the Tale of Troy
...But loudly as any man ever cried, Odysseus cried out to the other captains. And strong Aias heard him and drew near, bearing his famous shield that was like a tower....

6) Book XXIV. Homer. 1909-14. The Odyssey. The Harvard Classics
...of Achilles, son of Peleus, and the souls of Patroclus, and of noble Antilochus, and of Aias, who in face and form was goodliest of all the Danaans after the noble...

7) Part I. Chapter XV. Padraic Colum 1918. The Adventures of Odysseus and the Tale of Troy
...away the body of Patroklos. But each one who laid hands upon that body was instantly slain by Aias. All day the battle went on, for the Greeks would say to each other,...

8) Part I. The Voyage to Colchis. Chapter IV. The Assembling of the Heroes and the Building of the Ship. Colum, Padraic. 1921. The Golden Fleece and the Heroes Who Lived before Achilles
...be famous, but their sons were to be even more famous, for the son of Telamon was strong Aias, and the son of Peleus was great Achilles. 7 Another who came was ADMETUS;...

9) Part I. Chapter XVIII. Padraic Colum 1918. The Adventures of Odysseus and the Tale of Troy
...huge warrior? I think he is taller and broader than any of the rest. 11 He is great Aias, I said, who is as a bulwark for the Greeks. And beside him stands Idomeneus,...

10) Part I. Chapter VII. Padraic Colum 1918. The Adventures of Odysseus and the Tale of Troy
...Ah, where are they who were with me in our war against the mighty City of Troy? Where is Aias and Achilles and Patroklos and my own dear son, Antilochos, who was...

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