And falsenesse haued yfolwed þe al þis fyfty wyntre
And falsnesses had folwede þe ...?...?...all thise fifty wynterM.3.39: The end of this line was rewritten perhaps to repair the omission of all.
And falsenes had I-folowed the all thys forti winter
And Falsnesse hadde yfolwed þee . alle þise fifty wynter
And falsnesse haued yfolwed þe · al this fifty wynter
and falsnes had folowyd þe þisG.4.39: All A manuscripts share the G F reading þis (for remaining B manuscripts al þis). fyftye wynter
And falsnesse hadde I-foulidO.3.39: OCr3C2 alone have I-foulid; variants include folwed (YGM), yfouloed (Cr2), fowled (HmHm2H), defoulyd (F), and yfolwed (WGBLR). þee al þis fifti wynter
Cf. F's Fals and beta's falsenesse. Though all three
variants are available in the A tradition, Ax
almost certainly agreed with R. As for C, the manuscript support in that
version for R's lection is almost universal. hauede I-folwed þe al þis fifty wynter .