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The incident is related in Il.XI. 396-488. Ulysses, being left alone, was wounded by Socus, whom in return he killed. He was then hard pressed by the Trojans, but his shout for help was heard by Menelaus, who with Ajax brought him safely to his chariot. Ajax here is made to misrepresent the circumstances.

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