Ajax, royal son of Telamon, captain of armies,
all well said, after my own heart, or mostly so.
But my heart still heaves with rage
whenever I call to mind that arrogance of his –
how he mortified me, right in front of the Argives –
that son of Atreus treating me like some vagabond,
like some outcast stripped of all my rights!

– Homer

The Iliad, Book 9, lines 787-793. In his parting remarks to Great Ajax and the emissaries from Agamemnon, Achilles makes it clear that he is still full of rage over the king’s treatment of him in front of his fellow Greeks. His great pride won’t allow the unforgiving Achilles reconcile with Agamemnon, despite Ajax’s plea to put their differences aside.