Euskopos (adj.) from Ancient Greek Ευσκοπος: ‘keen-sighted’.
Euskopos is one of the poetic epithets with which Homer described the Olympian god Hermes in the Iliad. Some possible translations are ‘sharp-eyed’, ‘clear-sighted’ or ‘observant’.
Ten years ago, when the works of Homer and other classical authors inspired me to become a translator, I became determined to summon the essence of euskopos in my work: the quality and succinctness of their wordcraft, and the “clear-sightedness” that said craft necessitates.
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