A line ending with a level has consequently to some extent the effect of a feminine ending.
In the second stanza we have the same measure with feminine ending.
The feminine ending in a has not been indicated for adjectives ending in o.
When preceded by the feminine word pars, the feminine ending is used (antica).
In the succeeding specimen the same measure is used with feminine ending.
Written with the sign An, and the feminine ending tum, but probably pronounced Anatum.
A simple check-mark in the sixth or seventh column indicates respectively a case of enjambement or of feminine ending.
On this account some speak of three accents in the first half line, with a feminine ending.