οἱ μέν: Trojans and Achaeans, who had stood during the sacrifice. Perhaps they had not been seated before (see on v. 78, cf. vs. 84, 113 f., 231, 250, 267), although they long ago had dismounted from their chariots and laid their armor upon the ground.κατὰ στίχας: according to ranks, in ranks. ἧχι: as 1.607.
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