|Source||Bullinger (1898) ("epanadiplosis; or, encircling")|
|Etymology||Ep-an-a-di-plo-s i s Gr. from epi "upon," ana "again," and diplous "a doubling"|
1. The Repetition of the same Word or Words at the beginning and end of a Sentence... It means [from the etymology-see above] "a doubling upon again," and the Figure is so called because the same word is repeated both at the beginning and at the end of a sentence.
1. "The tables were the word of God, and the writing the writing of God, graven upon the tables." -Ex. 32:16
|Kind Of||Repetition Symmetry Series Addition|
|Related Figures||epistrophe, epiphoza|
|Last Editor||Ioanna Malton|