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To arms! Hector, seek your allies' sleeping camp! [25] Stir them up to wield the spear! Awake them!

Despatch a friend to your own company, bridle the horses.

Who will go to the son of Panthus? Who to Europa's son, captain of the Lycian band?

[30] Where are they who should inspect the victims?

Where are the leaders of the light-armed troops and the Phrygian archers?

String your horn-tipped bows!

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