Thou arte doctor of deth , drinke that thou maydest ,
That art doctur of deth · drynke þ(a)t thow madest
Þat art dottourR.18.369: This form is unusual but not unparalleled;
cf. R.13.117: of deth drinke þat þow
madeste .R.18.369: After this line, the R scribe failed to leave a blank line, his usual custom
for dividing verse strophes. No reason beyond oversight is apparent.