And thoughe my liuelode lake , letten I nell
¶ And þouȝ my liflod lakke · leten I nelle
and thouvgh miny lyuvelodeG.6.467: The ink here is very faint and part of the <d> and the whole of the <e> of -lode have been re-outlined, probably by the original scribe. lakken leten I nyll
¶ And þouȝ meR.5.471:
R's me is unique among the B witnesses; the other
manuscripts read my, which is also the reading of most manuscripts for the
other two versions of Piers. However, manuscripts X and Yc in the C tradition, two of the most authoritative copies, agree at this point with
R. lyflode lakke leten I nelle .