Ajax the Great also known as Telamonian Ajax, was a legendary hero in Greek mythology. Warrior-King of Salamis and son of Telamon, he took part in the Trojan War and was described by Homer in the Iliad as the tallest of all Achaeans, only bettered in strength and dexterity by his cousin Achilles. Brave and stubborn, he was one of the main Greek captains at the Trojan siege, though not as capable as Achilles or Odysseus. Ajax, pillar of the Achaean army, stands out for being the only hero in the Iliad who never received help from any god. Notes from Thamyris the Aoidos for the S.S.S. Information Service. Ajax is the impenetrable wall of the Assault Subsection. He may not be their brightest officer
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