Right through the front he plowed like a wild boar
ramping in power up on the high mountain ridges,
scattering dogs and reckless hunters at one charge
when he wheels at bay and drives them down the glades.
So now the son of noble Telamon, dauntless Ajax
scattered the massing Trojan packs at a charge,
all who bestrode Patroclus now, high with hopes
of dragging him back to Troy to win the glory.

– Homer

The Iliad, Book 17, lines 323-330. Here Great Ajax is likened to a wild board scattering dogs and hunters, in this epic simile. He is defending the corpse of Patroclus to prevent the Trojans winning the glory of dragging the body back to Troy.