AJAX MYTHOLOGY GREEK HERO from THE TROJAN WAR brass button steel trim - AJAX, Brass, Button, From, GREEK, HERO, MYTHOLOGY, Steel, Trim, TROJAN

AJAX MYTHOLOGY GREEK HERO from THE TROJAN WAR brass button steel trim - AJAX, Brass, Button, From, GREEK, HERO, MYTHOLOGY, Steel, Trim, TROJAN

Tumblr taught you that history jokes are everywhere . Pinning to retell the Ajax thing when teaching Greek mythology. Must clean it up a bit first...

Tumblr taught you that history jokes are everywhere . Pinning to retell the Ajax thing when teaching Greek mythology. Must clean it up a bit first...

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The suicide of Ajax the Great. Etrurian red-figured calyx-krater, ca. 400–350 BC. Said to be from Vulci.

The suicide of Ajax the Great. Etrurian red-figured calyx-krater, ca. 400–350 BC. Said to be from Vulci.

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Ajax (mythology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ajax (mythology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Black Figure Amphora with Ajax carrying the Dead Achilles. Greek 520-510 BC. Terracotta.

Black Figure Amphora with Ajax carrying the Dead Achilles. Greek 520-510 BC. Terracotta.

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RII.1-0979.jpg - RII.1-0979: Cassandra, escaping from Ajax.Wilhelm Heinrich Roscher (Göttingen, 1845- Dresden, 1923), Ausfürliches Lexikon der griechisches und römisches Mythologie, 1884.

RII.1-0979.jpg - RII.1-0979: Cassandra, escaping from Ajax.Wilhelm Heinrich Roscher (Göttingen, 1845- Dresden, 1923), Ausfürliches Lexikon der griechisches und römisches Mythologie, 1884.

Ajax Greek Warrior Sculpture Greek Trojan War - Ajax was know for his strength and large body as a warrior in Grecian history. This replica of Ajax is made of a quality resin and hand painted in a bronze patina.

Ajax Greek Warrior Sculpture Greek Trojan War - Ajax was know for his strength and large body as a warrior in Grecian history. This replica of Ajax is made of a quality resin and hand painted in a bronze patina.

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Ajax taking Cassandra, tondo of a red-figure kylix by the Kodros Painter, c. 440-430 BC, Louvre

Ajax taking Cassandra, tondo of a red-figure kylix by the Kodros Painter, c. 440-430 BC, Louvre

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Oh my word. How did I not see this after reading The Iliad for high school?!

Oh my word. How did I not see this after reading The Iliad for high school?!

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