Tellen hem and teachen hem on the trinitie to bileue
Thellen hem and thechen hem · On þe Trinite to bileue
Telle hem & teche hem ofO.15.555: OC2BoCot alone have of in place of on. þe trinite to beleue
Tellen hem and schewenR.15.576: R's schewen is an inferior alpha reading; cf. beta's
properly alliterating techen. hem on þe
trinite to byleue .
To tellyn & schevenF.11.489: Though <v> can be written for <w> in East Anglian dialects (see Richard Jordan, Handbook of Middle English Grammar: Phonology, trans. and rev. Eugene J. Crook (The Hague and Paris: Mouton, 1974), § 300), it is rarely done in this manuscript after
front vowels. However, since schewen is clearly the (erroneous) reading of alpha, it must have been what the scribe intended. Beta manuscripts have techen. / on þe trinnyte to be-leeve.F.11.489: In relation to Bx this line and the next are transposed.