I.a painting by Antiphilus, in which a satyr is represented, with his hand shading his eyes, looking at something far off, Plin. 35, 11, 40, § 138 Hard., Jan, where others read aposcopon.
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ăpostrŏphē - appĕtītor
ăposcŏpeuōn , ontis, m., = ἀποσκοπεύων (looking far off),