In that sect syth to selde , hath he be knowe
In þat secte siþþe . to selde haþ he ben foundeW.15.241: W alone reads founde; all other manuscripts have knowe(n).
And in þat secte siþ · to selde has he ben knowen
And in þat secte siþþe to seldenO.15.240: OC2 alone lack he before haþ. haþ be knowen
& in þat seutF.11.248: Curiously, the <u> is corrected from <n>, though in general the scribe does not distinguish the two graphies. sytthen / selden haþ he be knowe.