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Ajāx,¹¹ ācis, m. (Αἴας),
1 fils de Télamon : Cic. Tusc. 1, 71
2 fils d’Oïlée : Cic. de Or. 2, 265.
Sophocles' Ajax, or Aias (/ˈeɪdʒæks/ or /ˈaɪ.əs/; Ancient Greek: Αἴας [a͜í.aːs], gen. Αἴαντος), is a Greek tragedy written in the 5th century BCE. Ajax may be the earliest of Sophocles' seven tragedies to have survived, though it is probable that he had been composing plays for a quarter of a century already when it was first staged. It appears to belong to the same period as his Antigone, which was probably performed in 442 or 441 BCE, when he was 55 years old. The play depicts the fate of the warrior Ajax, after the events of the Iliad but before the end of the Trojan War.
ca: Àiax; cs: Aiás; de: Ajax; el: Αίας; en: Ajax; es: Áyax; fa: آژاکس; fi: Aias; fr: Ajax; fy: Aias; he: איאס; is: Ajax; it: Aiace; ja: アイアース; ko: 아이아스; la: Aiax; nl: Aias; no: Ajax; pt: Ájax; ro: Aiax; ru: Аякс; uk: Аякс