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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun One of the Argonauts and the father of Ajax.

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  • Additional information, as well as directions to the site, are available by calling Telamon at (304) 263-0916.

    The Journal

  • Additional information, as well as directions to the site, are available by calling Telamon at (304) 263-0916.

    The Journal

  • Additional information, as well as directions to the site, are available by calling Telamon at (304) 263-0916.

    The Journal

  • Accius 'drama of "Telamon" was being acted at the time, and the audience applauded each senator as he entered the Senate, and rose from their places to greet the consul as he came in.

    Roman life in the days of Cicero

  • Helios, thou dost behold Augeias; and this is Telamon sprung from famous

    The Argonautica

  • Telamon at once; and Argus followed alone, for he signed to his brothers to stay there on the spot meantime; and so they went forth from the hall.

    The Argonautica

  • O Telamon, King of Salamis, the feeding ground of bees, who hast thy home in a sea-girt isle that lieth nigh the holy hills where first Athena made the grey olive-branch to appear, a crown for heavenly heads and a glory unto happy Athens, thou didst come in knightly brotherhood with that great archer, Alcemena's son, to sack our city

    The Trojan Women

  • Telamon son of Aeacus came in haste to Jason, and grasping his hand in his own embraced him with these words:

    The Argonautica

  • O Telamon, King of Salamis, the feeding ground of bees, who hast thy home in a sea-girt isle that lieth nigh the holy hills where first Athena made the grey olive-branch to appear, a crown for heavenly heads and a glory unto happy Athens, thou didst come in knightly brotherhood with that great archer, Alcemena's son, to sack our city

    The Trojan Women

  • Telamon dwelt in the Attic island; but Peleus departed and made his home in Phthia.

    The Argonautica

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