Diomedes, doing doughty deeds, wounded Aphrodite when she came to the help of Aeneas;1 and encountering Glaucus, he recalled the friendship of their fathers and exchanged arms.2 And Hector having challenged the bravest to single combat, many came forward, but the lot fell on Ajax, and he did doughty deeds; but night coming on, the heralds parted them.3
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