Ovid, Metam. XII, ll. 67-69
. . . et Hectorea primus fataliter hasta,
Protesilae, cadis, commissaque proelia magno
stant Danais, fortisque animae nece cognitus Hector.
I think I have the meaning:
Protesilaus falls first to Hectors deadly spear, and battles fought cost the Greeks dear, and by death Hector of the valiant spirit is known.
To get there I had to do some guesswork in the parsing:
Hectorea: adjective form or Hector, to modify ...