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Telamon

(tĕl`əmŏn), in Greek mythology, son of Aeacus and father of Ajax. He and Peleus killed their half-brother Phocus and were banished from Aegina. Telamon fled to Salamis, where he became king. For his aid to Hercules against Laomedon, Hercules rewarded him with Laomedon's daughter, Hesione, who bore him Teucer.

telamon

[′tel·ə‚män]
(invertebrate zoology)
A curved chitinous outgrowth of the cloacal wall in various male nematodes.

telamon

(pl.telamones) A sculptured male human figure used in place of a column to support an entablature; also called an atlas. (See illustration p. 984.)
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Before doing so, however, I note that if Telomo was a play about someone named Telamon, it could also theoretically have been about Ajax's father, Telamon of Salamis, a small number of references to whom are returned by a search for telamon in EEBO-TCP.
Coprophanaeus telamon corythus (Harold 1863) (1,2) (Ct) Sulcophanaeus chryseicollis (Harold 1863) (1) (Sc) Coprophanaeus pluto (Harold, 1863) (2) (Cp) Phanaeus endymion (Harold, 1863) (2) (Pe)
L'alibi est donc quasiment inexistant; il ne peut pas masquer longtemps l'incongruite massive de cette intrusion du fils de Telamon dans la piece.
There is a world of difference between the way Wheeler's telamons and caryatids keep their formal watch above the Corinthian classicism of Herbert Baker's bank facade, and the way Gill's medievalist Prospero steps gently from the Jacobean stage to grace the entry to Broadcasting House.
Teucer's mother was the war captive of Telamon, who was Teucer and Ajax's father, while Ajax's mother was Telamon's wife.
Provider of network solutions Ciena Corporation (Nasdaq:CIEN) on Tuesday announced that it has partnered with Telamon Corporation, a value-added distributor, system integrator and reseller of telecommunication products, to bring high-speed broadband access and 4G wireless services to the Navajo Nation.
despues de terminada la guerra de Troya, Teucro, dicen, odioso a su padre Telamon por la muerte de su hermano Ayax, al no ser admitido en su reino, se retiro a Chipre y alli fundo la ciudad de Salamina, del nombre de su antigua patria; de alli, despues de conocer la noticia de la muerte de su padre, se encamino a su patria, pero cuando Eurisaces, hijo de Ayax, le impidio la entrada, arribando a las costas de Hispania, ocupo el lugar donde ahora esta Cartago Nova; despues paso a Galicia, donde se establecio y dio nombre a aquel pueblo (31).
55 119 85 Phanaeus hermes 7 3 0 Harold, 1868 Phanaeus prasinus 18 1 1 Harold, 1868 Phanaeini Coprophanaeus 0 1 10 telamon (Erichson, 1847) Eurystemini Eurysternus plebejus 0 4 3 Harold, 1880 Numero de especies 17 20 20 Numero de individuos 3597 9644 11330 Indice de Margalef 1,954 2,071 2,035 Numero de Hill (N1) 7,031 6,087 6,241 Numero de Hill (N2) 4,829 4,386 4.
Pero sucede que un oyente, A, se fija en el dato de que participo en el saqueo de Troya (sabe que el hijo de Telamon se suicido antes de la toma de Troya); y otro, B, repara en el dato sobre Casandra (sabe que el hijo de Oileo la violo en el saqueo).
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Telamon Corporation of Carmel and Columbus Components Group.
In Greek mythology, TELAMON was the father of Ajax.