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[169] 169-182. Agamemnon's first thought was of the danger to which his brother was exposed by entering into a single combat with one of this perfidious people. He now vividly and affectionately depicts the results of Menelaus's death.—“The Trojans will be punished, but of what advantage is that to me?”

σέθεν: ‘objective gen.’ with “ἄχος”, grief for thee.

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