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Bronze Age's Ajax, King of Salamis

Ajax, King of Salamis
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Sumatran Rat Monkey writes:

The musculature of the Bronze Age figures actually looks a lot more naturalistic and less roidy in person, honestly- the high-contrast of the 3-colour painting style makes them look much more extreme than they are.

The actual figures look like well-muscled, but athletic, figures, rather than pro-wrestlers.

- Monk

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16 January 2012page first published

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Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian writes:

Bronze Age Miniatures was kind enough to send Ajax in for the TMP Showcase, and Combatpainter Painting Studios took the commission to paint him.

Ajax of Salamis

The Greeks range from Bronze Age is a mix of both historical and mythological personages. Ajax is a character from The Iliad, and also features in the Epic Cycle of poetry about the Trojan War.

Ajax of Salamis

Ajax is known for fighting with a spear and shield.

Ajax of Salamis (back)

(In this case, Ajax is using an alternate shield - not the shield that normally comes with this model.)

Ajax of Salamis (side)

The 'bulwark of the Mycenaeans', Ajax was trained by a centaur, and is a man of large frame and exceptional strength. He survives the Trojan War, only to commit suicide when disappointed in the division of spoils.