what does "sent word of the wrong done to him"here mean?
When Menelaus returned from hunting and found his queen fled with the Trojan prince, the black grief and the red rage came upon him, and he sent word of the wrong done to him and a furious call for aid to his brother, black-bearded Agamemnon who was High King over all the other kings of Greece.
And from golden Mycenae of the Lion Gate where Agamemnon sat in his
great hall, the call went out for men and ships. To ancient Nestor of Pylos, to
Thisbe where the wild doves croon, to rocky Pytho, to Ajax the mighty, Lord of
Salamis, and Diomedes of the Loud War Cry whose land was Argos of the many
horses, to the cunning Odysseus among the harsh hills of Ithaca, even far south
to Idomeneus of Crete, and many more.