λαοὶ μέν: correl. with “σὺ δέ”. Hector begins as if he would say, “While the people are fighting and dying for your sake, you sit idle at home.” But after the parenthetical “σέο δ᾽ εἵνεκα κτλ”. 328 f., he continues his thought in a new form.περὶ πτόλιν: cf. 256.
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