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[35] There is also another form of repetition which simultaneously reiterates things that have already been said, and draws distinctions between them.

Iphitus too with me and Pelias came,
Iphitus bowed with age and Pelias
Slow-limping with the wound Ulysses gave.

Aen. ii. 435.
This is styled ἐπάνοδος by the Greeks and regression by Roman writers.

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