Such is sybbe to god hym-selfe , and so to hys sayntes
The which is sibbe to god hym-self · and so to hise sayntes
Paupertas .O.14.277: This word is preceded by a parasign two lines in height, touched in red, and decorated with a flourish at the right
and vertical slashes beneath. It may have been intended as a heading for l. 280, since it appears over that portion of the
line that extends into the right margin.
uniquely omits Þe at the head of this line. Cx agrees
with the B majority.
Which is sib to god hym-selue and so neyȝ is pouerte .R.14.286: Beta's b-verse is entirely different, reading and so to his
seyntes. The b-verse of C is completely revised and distinct from
alpha or beta: and semblable bothe.
Þe wiche is sybbe to god hym-selue / & so neer is þat persone.F.10.748: F's b-verse is unique. Beta has "and so to hise seintes," and R reads "and so neyȝ is pouerte."