Lawe without loue quod Troianus , ley there a beane ,
Law with-outen loue quod Troianus lay ther a beene
RomanusO.11.164: This rubric, written in a larger and more formal script than that of the rest of the text, may not be written in
the main scribal hand. It is divided after Exemplum, so that it appears as two lines.
Ȝee lawe withwith[-outen] love quod troianus / leyȝ þere a beene.