M.17.312: A very faint mark, not unlike a squat arabic numeral <2>, is in the left margin.
Nunquam dimittitur peccatum . &cetera .
¶*** Nuncquam dimittitur peccatum & c
Numquam dimittitur peccatum nisi restiauaturrestituatur F.13.365: It is possible that the rubricator attempted to correct the first <a> to make a <t> of it, but since it still looks
more like an <a>, we have treated it as an uncorrected error. ablatum.F.13.365: F alone completes the quotation after peccatum as it had appeared above in 5.279. As Alford notes [Piers Plowman: A Guide to the Quotations, Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies 77 (Binghamton: MRTS, 1992), p. 46], the line is a maxim of canon law derived