And gaue him gold good wonne þat gladded his hart
HeW.20.170: W alone reads He; all other manuscripts have And. gaf hym gold good woon . þat gladede his herte
And gaf hym gold good woon ˜ þat gladed his herte
And gaf hym goelgo[ld] goed wone þat gladede here hertesR.20.145: R's plural possessive in this phrase is unique among the B manuscripts; both beta and F read his herte. However, all but six
of the C manuscripts agree with R's reading. .
& gaf hym gold goodF.16.171: An otiose curl appears over the <g>. Compare the flourish over initial <g> in glasene in the following line. whone / þat gladid his herte.