Acts 22:17

When I had returned (moi upostrepsanti), while I prayed (proseucomenou mou), I fell (genesqai me). Note dative moi with egeneto as in verse Romans 6 , genitive mou (genitive absolute with proseucomenou), accusative of general reference me with genesqai, and with no effort at uniformity, precisely as in Romans 15:22 Romans 15:23 which see. The participle is especially liable to such examples of anacolutha (Robertson, Grammar, p. 439).