Sola contricio &c ·L.11.84: LMWR read &c · Most B manuscripts end the Latin quotation delet peccatum. The scribe wrote this line to the right of the previous line, probably because he was at the end of the page and did not
want the line separated from the rest of the line group.
Þor.wgh contricion come to þe heiȝe heuene Sola contricio & ceteraM.11.83: Kane and Donaldson's apparatus, which records KD11.81α as in margin, is here perhaps misleading. M treats Sola contricio & cetera as the end of KD11.81.
Through contrition come to þe high heuen , sola contricionecontricio
W.11.84: This boxed line appears as an insertion placed immediately to the right of the previous line with two red diagonal
pen strokes to indicate its proper place in the sequence. The hand of the text is that of the original scribe. Sola contricio &c
Sola contricio delet peccatum · Hm.11.84: The line is added in the margins of LMHmOC2 and is truncated to Sola contricio in several witnesses.
Thurgh contricioun come to the highe heuene
Sola contrico delet peccatum
Sola contricio delet peccatumO.11.84: This line is written in the right margin.
Þoruȝ contricioun come
Beta has to while F reads into. þe heȝe