Quid tibi Pisandrum. Here she names a few of her lovers, to excite his indignation, and hasten his return to deliver her from their persecution. Pisander was the son of Polyctor; Medon was a herald. It is hard to say why he is called dirum, since Ulysses spared him for his comparative inoffensiveness; he had treated Ulysses well when Ulysses was a child (Od. 22.357).
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