In the Greek Mythology, Télamon (in Greek old Τελαμών / Telamốn ), king of the island of Salamine, wire of Éaque and Endéis, is the brother of Pélée and becomes the father of Ajax large the and Teucros.
Exiled by his father to have killed, with Shovelful, their half-brother Phocos, it takes refuge in Salamine where it marries Glaucé, the girl of the king Cychrée which it succeeds.
After the death of Glaucé, he marries in second weddings Périboée which gives him a son, Ajax. Télamon takes share with the forwarding of the Argonautes and takes part in hunting for the Sanglier of Calydon.
It helps Héraclès to be avenged for Laomédon, king of Troy, and the hero thanks it while giving him like concubine Hésione, girl of Laomédon; a son, Teucros is born from this union. The wishes of wishing Héraclès with Télamon and Périboéa to have a glorious son are exaucés; an eagle their is sent by Zeus for theirs to mean.
There exist several versions of dead of Télamon, most current being that it died in Salamine after having banished Teucros, which had not known to prevent the death of Ajax.
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