The wave gave me a passing buffet, a light tap as the taps of waves go, but a tap sufficient to knock me off the board and smash me down through the rushing water to the bottom, with which I came in a violent collision and upon which I was rolled over and over.
In this passage, I used two types of punctuation and those are comma and the period.
Answer: The ancient Hellenes believed that the moment a person died, their psyche--spirit--left the body in a puff or like a breath of wind. The deceased was stripped, washed, anointed with oil, and then dressed in his or her finest clothes. They also received jewelry and other