Ecce eī in somnō appāruit maestissimus Hector, fīlius Priamī mortuus — sed quālis erat, quantum mūtātus ab illō Hectore quī ex tot proeliīs victor redierat!
Sordidam barbam crīnēsque cruentōs gerēbat et vulnera illa quae plūrima circum mūrōs Trōiae accēperat.
—— Lingua Latina per se Illustrata: Roma Aeterna, Ch. 37, L. 92
- What is the accurate meaning of the quālis... quantum part? ("...but how much it was varied from ...!"?)
- Where is the verb for the quae-clause? (I think accēperat is parallel to gerēbat and takes vulnera illa as its object.) What does "most around the walls of Troy" mean?