Readings for line KD.10.442

And wherby woteL.10.447: LR alone read wote; most other B manuscripts have a <wi-> form. men whiche is whyte · if alle þinge blake were
And wherby w.....isteM.10.447: This alteration occurs at a place where B manuscripts attest a wide variety of readings. Bm also has the last three letters of wist over an erasure; many other manuscripts have a form of witen. men ...whiche is white  if alle þinge blak were
For how wist men what is white , if al thing blak were
And wher-by wiste men which wereW.10.447: W alone reads were; other B manuscripts have is. whit . if alle þyng blak were
And wherby w.eteHm.10.447: With the corrections, Hm alone reads wete against, variously wote, wite(n) and wiste. · men whiche is w...hyt · ȝif alle þynge blake were
And wher-by wite men which is whit · if al þyng blake were
& were-by wyttyG.11.447: B manuscripts have a wide variety of readings for G wytty, some the result of correction. Most, however, have some form of "witen." men wyche ys wyte yff all thyng blake were
And wher-bi witenO.10.446: OC2 alone have witen; variants include -iste (M), wist (Bm), wite (YC), wete (Hm), wote (LR), wytty (G), and wiste (WCrBoCotF). men which is whyte  if al þing blak were
¶ And where-by woteR.10.470: There is considerable variation on this reading among beta manuscripts, but beta itself seems to have read either wiste (the lection of CrW) or wote (the reading of LR, and probably of M before it was changed by erasure and overwriting to conform to CrW). men  which is whit  if alle þinge blak were .
F [Not found.]