As early as the 1960s, clubs like Ajax Amsterdam began developing new approaches to the game.
These are the most salient points for comparing the several forms of Ajax.
In 1792, they appointed him a general under Dumouriez, who baptized him his Ajax.
It falls to the lot of Hector, but he retires on the approach of Ajax.
And he shook his puny fist at the blue vault of heaven—Ajax defying Jupiter.
Brainless and big, what means this boast of thine, Earth-cumberer Ajax?
Thus they spake, and Ajax was arming himself in splendid brass.
And Holmes pointed to Ajax's hoof, which his quick and discerning eyes had noticed while Olaf was making his long speech.
He was not so great, nor nearly so great, as Ajax the son of Telamon.
"When that scoundrel emptied the till into his pocket he made up his mind there and then never to come back," said Ajax in my ear.
name of two Greek heroes in the Trojan War (Great Ajax, son of Telamon, and Little Ajax, son of Oileus), Latin, from Greek Aias, perhaps originally the name of an earth-god, from aia "earth." The Elizabethans punned on the name as a jakes "a privy."