γλαυκιόων, so also Scut. Herc. 430 “γλαυκιόων ὄσσοις δεινόν”, evidently = glaring, with bright eyes, cf. 1.206. But Quintus seems to have taken it to mean blinded (cf. “γλαύκωμα” = opacity of the eye-ball), xii. 408 “ὀφθαλμοὶ . . δυσαλθέα γλαυκιόωντες”, in a gory description of the blinding of Laokoon.
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