πάνθ᾽ ὁρώσας, because no crime escapes their ken:
Εὐμενίδας, the title of the Erinyes at Sicyon (Paus. 2.11.4), was not used by Aeschylus in his play of that name, unless with Herm. we assume that it was in a part of Athena's speech which has dropped out after v. 1028. When Harpocration says that the Athena of Aeschylus, “πραΰνασα τὰς Ἐρινύας, Εὐμενίδας ὠνόμασεν”, he perh. refers to such epithets as “εὔφρονες” （Eum. 992), “ἵλαοι, εὐθύφρονες” (1040), “Σεμναί” (1041). Demosthenes (or. 23 § 66) uses the name in referring to the trial of Orestes.