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Thus he spoke, but Hector on the other hand rejoiced greatly, having heard his speech; and having advanced into the centre, holding his spear by the middle, he restrained the phalanxes of the Trojans, and they all sat down. Against him the waving-haired Achaeans were directing their bows, and taking aim, were going to hurl with shafts and with stones. But Agamemnon, he,[149] the king of men, exclaimed aloud:

[Footnote 149: Mark the force of the pronoun.]

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