|Source||Silva Rhetoricae (http://humanities.byu.edu/rhetoric/Silva.htm); De Mille (1882) ("summary," "conclusion"); Hill (1883) ("summary"); Bullinger (1898) ("symperasma; or, concluding summary")|
|Synonyms||athroesmus, concluding summary, summary, conclusion|
|Etymology||Sym' -per-as' -ma "a finishing" or "end" from sun "together with" and peraio "to carry over" or "across"|
1. A conclusion that includes a brief summary of the foregoing. (Silva Rhetoricae)
2 a) 291. THE CONCLUSION.
2 b) 347. SUMMARY.
3. (3) Summary.- A condensed summary of a period may be useful in setting events necessarily separated in the progress of the narrative in their proper chronological relations. Such abridgments serve the same purpose as maps after an observation of the ground. (Hill)
4. Addition of Conclusion by way of a brief Summary... is used when what has been said is briefly summed up, and when certain foregoing enumerations are given in brief epitome. (Bullinger, 482)
1. The book of the generation of Jesus Christ, the son of David, the son of Abraham.
4. John 20:30.- ["Now Jesus did many other signs in the presence of the disciples, which are not written in this book;"] Here is a brief reference to much that is not contained in the whole gospel. (Bullinger, 482)
|Kind Of||Repetition Similarity|
|Related Figures||figures of summary, synathroesmus, accumulatio, anacephalaeosis, complexio, epanodos, epiphonema, propositio|
|Last Editor||Ioanna Malton|