And so to ben assoilled . and sithenM.19.401: M's sithen agrees with Cr; other B manuscripts have sithen (to) ben. y-houseled
And so to be assoyled and sythen houseled ,
And so to ben assoilled · and sithen to ben houselde
And so to been assoylid & siþen to be houseledO.19.310: A poorly formed second <e> in houseled prompted the scribe to rewrite the letter above the line.