Nudum ius a te vestiri vult pietate .
Nudum ius a te vestiri vult pietate
Alpha reads vis. All beta family manuscripts read ius with the C archetype (a few C copies agree with alpha). a te vestireR.P.11:
Alpha is responsible for vestire, though the reading is shared
by H. All authoritative Beta witnesses have vestiri, which is
also the reading of the C version. wltR.P.11: R's wlt is a common English scribal spelling for Latin vult; it appears to have resulted from an association between the customary
phonetic value assigned to Latin initial <v> (= /w/) and a popular sense of the origin
of the <w> graph itself as a "double v." Because many other European languages, as
well as Latin, had no <w> graph, and foundries therefore omitted the form from
standard typographic templates, English printers often resorted to using the digraph
<vv> to represent English <w> till the end of the seventeenth century. Cf. R.7.65: (wltis), R.12.71:, and R.15.43: (both wlt). pietate .
Nudum visF.1.129: Alpha reads vis. All beta family manuscripts read ius with version C. a te . vestireF.1.129: Alpha is responsible for vestire, though the reading is shared by H. Beta witnesses have vestiri. vult pietate.