And þisL.16.217: L alone reads þis; most other B manuscripts (and all other beta manuscripts) have þus, which may explain the corrector's <+> in the left margin. is mankynde or manhede · of matrimoigne yspronge
And thus is mankind or manhode , of matrimony sprong
And thus is mankynde or manhode · of matrimoigne
& þus ys mankydmanky[n]d or manhoode off matromoygne y-sprong G.17.216: β4 manuscripts omit a line at this point ("And bitokneth þe Trinite · and trewe bileue").
And þus is mankynde or manhed of matrimoyn ysprungenO.16.216: O alone has ysprungen; most B manuscripts have spronge.
And þatR.16.217: For alpha's þat, beta reads þus. is man-kende or manhode of
matrimonie spronge .R.16.217: In the extreme right margin there is some scribbling that
appears to be a continuation of the pen trials higher on the page, with the writer continuing
to practice the capital <S> of Sympson.
ÞatF.13.40: F's reading is unique. Alpha is responsible for Þat. Beta manuscripts have And þus is. R reads And þat is. mankynde / or manhod / of manhodF.13.40: F's error for matrimoyne is consistent with either a semi-conscious scribal change or the F redactor's conscious meddling. y-sprunge.