Ajax   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Ajax   - son of Telamon; king of Salamis at the time of the Trojan War
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[Longin]:Subl_9   night. At his wits' end Ajax cries:
AnthPal_9.97   and the battle-toil of Ajax, and Hector bound to the cha
AntipSid_7.2   and of the strength of Ajax fighting for the ships, and
AntipSid_7.146   { G-P 7 } & On Ajax By the tomb of Ajax on the Rhoetea
Archias_7.147   .147] & { G-P 16 } & On Ajax Alone in defence of the rout
Asclepiad_7.145   .145] & { G-P 29 } & On Ajax Here sit I, miserable Virtue
Athen_6.238   anvil I; & Or Telamon or Ajax, & If wounds are to be given
Athen_12.543   painter in a picture of Ajax, and was defeated, when his
Athen_13.557   arried Meliboea, the mother of Ajax. And Hesiod says that
Athen_15.683   Or hyacinth fresh sprung from Ajax' blood;
Athen_15.695     Ajax of the ponderous spear, mighty
Cic:Tusc_1.98   to meet with Palamedes, and Ajax, and others, who have been
Cic:Tusc_3.11   Thus we say Athamas, Alcmaeon, Ajax, and Orestes, were raving furere
Cic:Tusc_3.71   Telamon on the death of Ajax, on hearing of the death
Cic:Tusc_4.49   [49]   But we see Ajax in Homer advancing to meet
Cic:Tusc_4.52   the quarrel. And as to Ajax, anger drove him into downright
Demetr:Eloc_48   example in the line: And Aias the mighty at Hector the bra
Demetr:Eloc_105   sion of the greatness of Ajax than even his famous sevenfo
Demetr:Eloc_147   darts, they say, & & & & At Aias huge in battle towerin
Ennius:Ann_409   fierce fight fought by Ajax has [ Il_16'102 ] - "Bu
Just_44.3   the death of his brother Ajax, and not being admitted into
PsCallisth_1.42   de, and at the shield of Ajax made of seven ox-hides, beca
THI_203   (122/1) procession, and the sacrifice to Aias they were praised by [

  Ajax 2   - son of Oileus; king of Locris at the time of the Trojan War
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Aelian:NA_15.24   Idomeneus of Crete and Ajax of Locris are represented
Cic:DeOr_2.265   said Antonius, 'many of your Ajaxes.' ** Such jests are also


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