Aeschylus handled the story of Ajax in a trilogy. The
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2 Ueber den Aias des Sophokles, in Rhein. Mus. for 1829, part 3, p. 53.
6 Ant. Rom. 1. 68.
8 This is proved by a fragment of the “Ὅπλων κρίσις” ( Aesch. frag. 175, ed. Nauck), manifestly from a speech of Ajax, who taunts Odysseus with being the son of Sisyphus: “ἀλλ᾽ Ἀντικλείας ἆσσον ἦλθε Σίσυφος, τῆς σῆς λέγω τοι μητρὸς ἥ σ᾽ ἐγείνατο”.
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