he flees through the long colonnade, and he goes through the empty atrium wounded: Phyrrhus follows him burning, with a threatening wound,
and now, now he holds him with his hand and presses him with a spear
when at last he escaped in front of the eyes and faces of his parents, he fell and poured out his life with much blood.
Here Priam, although now he was held in the middle of death, however he did not hold back, nor did he spare his voice and anger:
"Indeed in return for your wickedness," he shouted "in return for such outrageous deeds if there is any justice in heaven, which cares for such things may the Gods pay worthy thanks and give back the rewards owed, who made me see the death of my son before my eyes and outraged a fathers countenance with death.
But he Achilles, from whom you falsely claim you are born was not such a person in the case of his enemy Priam;