In a trial by ordeal, innocence could be proven by:
F. displaying an uninfected wound. G. floating when cast into the water. H. wearing bandages for three days. J. swearing an oath in a precise form.
The best answer is F. Support for the answer is found in lines 5456. Floating proved guilt (line 51), which means G is incorrect; H is incorrect because simply wearing bandages for three days did not determine innocence (proof of innocence or guilt came with their removal and inspection of the wound); and J is incorrect because oaths were part of trial by compurgation, not trial by ordeal.