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Ajax (Greek mythological figure)


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    • Aias (Greek mythological figure)
    • Aiace, Telamonio
    • Aias, der Telamonier
    • Aias, Telamonios
    • Aiasz (Greek mythological figure)
    • Aiax, din Salamina
    • Aiax, Maior
    • Aias, Telamonius
    • Aivas, Tlamunus
    • Ajaks (Greek mythological figure)
    • Ajaksas (Greek mythological figure)
    • Ajakso, filo de Telamono
    • Ajant (Greek mythological figure)
    • Ajanti (Greek mythological figure)
    • Ajas, Telamonsson
    • Àiax, el Gran
    • Áiax, o Grande
    • Ajax, den större
    • Ajax, the Great
    • Áyax, el Grande
    • Suur Aias (Greek mythological figure)
    • Telamonian Ajax (Greek mythological figure)
    • Greater Ajax (Greek mythological figure)
    • Αἴας (Greek mythological figure)
    • Αἴας, ὁ Τελαμώνιος
    • آياس (Greek mythological figure)
    • Аякс, Великий
    • Аякс, Теламонід
    • Аякс, Теламонид
    • Аякс, Вялікі
    • Ајант (Greek mythological figure)
    • 대아이아스 (Greek mythological figure)
    • איאס (Greek mythological figure)
    • 大アイアース (Greek mythological figure)
    • 大埃阿斯 (Greek mythological figure)
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    • found: Sophocles. Aias = Ajax, 1999.
    • found: Oxford Classical dictionary, 1996(Aias, Ajax, Αἴας; son of Telamon, king of Salamis (thus called Aias Telamonius); one of the Greek leaders at Troy, brought his ships from Salamis; described as the greatest of the Greek warriors after Achilles)
    • found: Wikipedia (all languages), 25 March 2014(Ajax; Aias; Αἴας; mythological Greek hero, son of Telamon and Periboea, half-brother of Teucer; to distinguish him from Ajax the son of Oileus, he is called Telamonian Ajax, Greater Ajax, or Ajax the Great; in Etruscan mythology known as Aivas Tlamunus; other forms of the name: Аякс Вялікі ; Аякс Теламонид; آياس; Ajant; Aias Telamonios; Àiax el Gran; Aiás; Aias der Telamonier; Αἴας ὁ Τελαμώνιος; Áyax el Grande; Ajakso filo de Telamono; Ajaks ; Áiax o Grande; 대아이아스; Ajas Telamonsson; Aiace Telamonio; איאס; Aiax maior; Ajaksas; Aiasz; Aiax din Salamina; Ajanti; Аякс Великий; Ајант; Ajax den större; Аякс Теламонід; 大埃阿斯)
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    • 2014-03-25: new
    • 2014-06-14: revised
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