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[31] This last instance, however, comes under the head of another figure as well, where both opening and concluding words are identical, since the sentences open with “who” and end with “Appius.” Here is another example. “Who are they who have so often broken treaties? The Carthaginians. Who are they who have waged war with such atrocious cruelty? The Carthaginians. Who are they who have laid Italy waste? The Carthaginians. Who are they who pray for pardon? The Carthaginians.”1

1 Auct. ad Herenn., iv. 14.

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