Readings for line KD.1.73

And asked hir on þe hieȝe name · ar heoL.1.74: LMR alone retain original heo, meaning "she"; all other manuscripts have a form of she. þennes ȝeode
And asked hire on þe heiȝe name  ar heo þ ȝyede .
And I asked her on þe height name or she thence yede
And asked hire on þe heiȝe name . er she þennes yede
and y asked here in the heyȝe name  er sche thennys ȝede
And asked hir in þe heigh name · ers scho þennes yede
and asked hyr on þe heye name or she thence yede
And askede hir inO.1.73: HmOC2C alone have in; most B manuscripts have on. þe hye name  er sche þennys ȝede
¶ And haskedR.1.75: Cf. F's halsede and beta's asked. Though both variants are available in the A tradition, Ax almost certainly agreed with F's reading. The same is true for Cx, though a third variant, hanslede, is generated in some copies—apparently by metathesis—from a variant spelling of the original (= halsnede) still found in manuscripts EcQSc. The evidence in the B tradition seems easiest to explain on the supposition that R's verb form, hasked, was that of Bx and that beta merely normalized its spelling while F corrected the reading itself through his habitual use of an A manuscript for proofing. hyre on þe hiȝe name  er heo þennes ȝode .
& y halsedeF.2.74: F alone reads halsede. R has hasked, an inverse spelling for Bx's asked. hire on þe hyȝe name / er she þens wente.