τόνδ᾽ is certainly right: τόν θ᾽ arose, when the right punctuation had been lost, from a desire to connect λέγει with ἐφιέμεσθα. Dindorf, however, would keep τόν θ᾽: “know ye him whom we summoned and him of whom this man speaks?” i.e. “Can you say whether the persons are identical or distinct?” But the language will not bear this.
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