What is the term for the literary device employed in poetry whereby an idea is repeated using different words, in order to provide emphasis? It's common in the Biblical psalms, for example the very first verse of Psalm 1:
Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful.
This is neither anaphora nor epiphora (as I understand it), because it's not using exactly the same words either at the beginning of the phrase or at the end, but the three phrases mean exactly the same thing (association with the heathen).
The device is not confined to the Bible of course; for example Patrick Barrington's famous comic poem I Had A Hippopotamus employs the lines
Time takes, alas! our joys from us and robs us of our blisses
...nothing upon earth Is constant in its happiness or lasting in its mirth
The technique obviously predates English by several millennia, but (and I suppose this is a secondary question) was it used in English poetry prior to the translation of the Bible?
Apologies if this is a duplicate of another question. I've searched on 'repetition' in various ways and could not find a question that exactly matched this one.