And alle þe other þer it lyth · enuenymedL.12.259: LCrR alone read enuenymed; other B manuscripts have enuenymeþ. þorgh his attere
And alle the othere th.ere it lith enuen...?...?...ymethM.12.259: In place of M's altered reading enuenymeth, CrLR have enuenimed. thurgh his attre
And al þe other there it lyeth , enuenimed through hys
Alle the other ther it lieth · enuenymes thurgh his atter
And al þe erþeO.12.260: A solidus/punctus appears above erþe, indicating deletion; a word has apparently been substituted in the left margin, of which only one character, perhaps <d>,
remains uncropped. OC2 alone have erþe; most B manuscripts have oþere. þere it lijþ enuenemyþ þoruȝ his attir
And alle þe othere þere it lith enuenymedR.12.260: Both L
and Cr concur in this verb form; F and most beta manuscripts read enuenymeþ. þoruȝ his atter .