As longe quod I as I lyue , and lykam man endure .
Als lange quod I as I leue · and likham may dure
as long quod I as y lyuve & lygham may dure G.14.52: There is a line running from the top of the page to the place where this line should be inserted.
As longe quod heO.13.52: OC2RF alone have he; most B manuscripts have I. as I lyue & likham may dure
¶ As longe quod he as lifR.13.46:
R's phrasing here is unique; F reverses the phrase (=as lyf quod he); most
beta copies have quod I as I lyue (manuscript O concurs with alpha in
attesting the third-person pronoun). However, most C manuscripts read
the phrase as R does. and likam may dure .
As longe as lyf quod heF.10.45: Alpha, OC2, and C read he. Beta manuscripts have I. / & lykam may dure.