An Introduction to Articulus
Articulus is a literary device that deals with placement of words or phrases together without any conjunctions separating them; mostly done to achieve pace and brevity. This is closely related to AsyndetonOpens in new window.
This device is closely related to Asyndeton (which omits conjunction). However, articulus differs from asyndeton, because asyndetonOpens in new window deals with the omission of Conjunctions for any number of Rhetorical effects, whereas articulus is specifically a removal of conjunctionsOpens in new window for the sake of pace.