νοεῖς = “you wot of, ” the man- i.e. you understand to whom I refer. We need not, then, write εἰ κεῖνον for ἐκεῖνον with A. Spengel, or νοεῖς; ἐκεῖνον with Blaydes, who in 1055, reading τόνδ᾽, has a comma at ἐφιέμεσθα. Cp. 859.
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