of clauses is parisosis; the similarity of the final syllables of each clause
paromoiosis. This must take place at the beginning or end of the clauses. At the
beginning the similarity is always shown in entire words; at the end, in the
last syllables, or the inflections of one and the same word, or the repetition
of the same word. For instance, at the beginning: *)agro\n
ga\r e)/laben a)rgo\n par' au)tou=,Aristoph. frag. 649
Att. Frag. 1.1880）.
“for he received from him land untilled”;
dwrhtoi/ t' e)pe/lonto para/rrhtoi/ t'
e)pe/essin,Hom. Il. 9.526.
“they were ready to accept gifts and to be persuaded by
at the end: w)|h/qhsan au)to\n paidi/on
tetoke/nai, a)ll' au)tou= ai)/tion gegone/nai,The text is obviously corrupt. “they thought
that he was the father of a child, but that he was the cause of it”;
e)n plei/stais de\ fronti/si kai\ e)n e)l