noun, plural tel·a·mo·nes [tel-uh-moh-neez] /ˌtɛl əˈmoʊ niz/. Architecture.
Origin of telamon
noun Classical Mythology.
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He was not so great, nor nearly so great, as Ajax the son of Telamon.
Great Ajax son of Telamon heeded the message, and at once spoke to the son of Oileus.
Hercules' Prayer concerning Ajax, son of Telamon, translation, 390.Excursions and Poems
Henry David Thoreau
Aias, the son of Telamon, is clearly a 'doublet' of the Locrian Aias; and so forth.The Heroic Age
H. Munro Chadwick
The father "Telamon" and the connection with Aegina are neither of them original in the myth.The Rhesus of Euripedes