And than was conscience called to come and appere
¶ And thanne was conscience called · to com and apiere
& thenG.4.115: G's original reading (without &), which is the reading adopted by Kane and Donaldson, corresponds to that of H and to the reading of all A manuscripts and all C manuscripts except Mc. Remaining B manuscripts share the corrected G reading. was conscyence called to come & appere
AnAn[d]O.3.114: Although an is recorded by the MED as a variant form of and, it is not used elsewhere by this scribe and appears to be an error. þanne was concience called to come & apere
¶¶ And þanne was consience I-called to comen and appere .