|This article is about the son of Telamon. For other uses, see Ajax.|
After his death, Ajax was buried in a tomb located on the Isle of Salamis. He also had a sanctuary dedicated to him on the island which, by the 5th century BCE, had been rendered a ruin, and bandits had set up camp there.
Influence and legacy
- In the myths, Ajax’s body is never brought back to Salamis from Troy and 2nd century geographer Pausanias would later attribute a giant skeleton found near Sigeion to that of Ajax.
- Assassin's Creed: Odyssey (skeleton only)