Your father she felled throughe false byhest
yowre fader she felled thurgh fals biheste
Ȝoure fadirO.3.127: OC2 alone lack the subject pronoun here; most B manuscripts have sche. felde þoruȝ fals biheest
Ȝoure fader heR.3.119:
He, "she." R's he, repeatedly deployed by the scribe in
this passage, is uncommon in form among the B manuscripts but not
substantive; OED2, s. v.
heo, and MED, s. v.
he (pron. 2), indicate that he is a variant for heo between the twelfth and fifteenth centuries. feelde
R's faire is an alpha variant. Cf. beta's fals. The
same line occurs in A, where the original reading is clearly the same as
in beta; however, three A witnesses, VHaMa, agree with alpha's
variant. beheste .
Ȝowre fader she felde / þorhȝ hireF.4.116: BmBoCot read hire, which is otherwise unique to F. fayreF.4.116: Alpha is responsible for fayre. Beta manuscripts read false. heste.