“All faith he brake and Polydorus slew'Those terminologists who delight in subtle distinctions call the last figure μετάβασις (transition), and hold that it may be employed in yet another way, as in Dido's
Seizing his gold by force. Curst greed of gold,
To what wilt thou not drive the hearts of men?
What do I say? Where am I?Aen. iv. 595.