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Plato, Cratylus, section 392e (search)
He alone defended their city and long walls.Hom. Il. 22.507But the verb is in the second person, addressed by Hecuba to Hector after his death. Therefore, as it seems, it is right to call the son of the defender Astyanax (Lord of the city), ruler of that which his father, as Homer says, defended.HermogenesThat is clear to me.SocratesIndeed? I do not yet understand about it myself, Hermogenes. Do you?HermogenesNo, by Zeus, I do not.