Punctuation of ff is unchanged; at mid-sentence there is usually no following period.
Farnell does not mention this suggestion in his Greece and Babylon, p. 269 ff.
In that account, too, the assembly of the gods is also referred to in line 120, ff.
Is crushed to death by Bewulf in a hand-to-hand combat, 2502 ff.
On the distinction between postulates and hypotheses, cf. A 769 ff.
Eofor avenges his brother's fall by dealing Ongenþew a mortal blow, 2978 ff.
A Fre version, from the end of the last century or the beginning of this, is given in Grundtvig's notes, p. 533 ff.
For depositions to this effect see Halliwell-Phillipps, Outlines, i, 350 ff.
Immoral: only class known to moralists besides "moral," 69 ff.
Mandacan, legend of Rustem parallel to Etana legend, 520 ff.