Ego in patre & pater in me est · & qui videt me videt & patrem meum
ego in patre et pater in me est & qui videt me videt & patrem meum et cetera //
Ego in patre et pater in meR.10.260: After me, beta adds est. The X family of C manuscripts agrees with beta in
this addition, but the P family agrees with alpha. et qui me vidit . patrem Mevm vidit
&cetera .R.10.260: R's two uses of vidit are unique in the B tradition; F and beta read videt.
However, a majority of C manuscripts (including copies from both major
families) agrees with R's verb form. With regard to alpha's version of the end of this
citation, beta's rendering involves phrasal transposition: & qui
videt me videt et patrem meum.R.10.260: The &c . has been rubbed or obscured by a stain, so that the final punctus is now
Ego in patre / & pater in meF.7.259: Alpha lacks beta's est after me. & quiF.7.259: Alpha by eyeskip lacks beta's videt after qui. me videt & patrem meum videt.F.7.259: F uniquely reads videt after meum. However, note that a number of C manuscripts read: "Ego in patre & pater in me est; Et qui me vidit patrem meum vidit qui in celis est &c."