The truce having been broken by the treacherous act of Pandarus, both sides prepared for an immediate assault.
Pandarus is very proud of his; what could one reproach him with?
Likely enough he does, for possibly he sees Sir Pandarus stands high in their esteem who are the judges of the contest.
And Pandarus strung his bow, his comrades hiding him with their shields.
In l. 933, Pandarus explains that Dulcarnon is called 'fleming of wrecches.'
Meanwhile Pandarus and neas were coming near, and Pandarus cast his spear.
In the fight Diomedes, though at first wounded by Pandarus, speedily returned refreshed and strengthened by Athena.
Compare also the defence of Fortune by Pandarus, in Troilus, bk.
"The characters of Pandarus and Thersites are promising enough;" here we shudder at their performance.
Thy bow, thy feather'd shafts, and glorious name Where are they, Pandarus?