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Vergil 1.1-141 Rhetorical Devices: anastrophe, syncope, metonomy and synecdoche

Choose whether the following examples are ANASTROPHE (inversion of usual word order), SYNCOPE (loss of letters by contraction), METONOMY (the substitution of one word for another which it suggests; in Latin metonymy often uses proper names), or SYNECDOCHE ()

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