anacephalaeosis  anacephalaeosis
 an'-a-sef-a-li-o'-sis from Gk. ana, "back" and cephale, "head"
enumeratio, complexio

A recapitulation of the facts. A kind of summary employed in the peroratio.
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  Sources: Quintilian 6.1.1-3 ("anacephalaeosis," "enumeratio"); Sherry (1550) 63 ("enumeracio," "enumeracion"); Peacham (1577) Q4v ("enumeratio")

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