Qui.M.12.215: M's original reading was probably Quia, agreeing with YOC2CL. reddit vnicuique iuxta opera sua. & cetera
Qui reddit vnicuique iuxta opera sua .
Quia reddit vnicuique iuxta opera sua.
omnia reddit vnicuique Iuxta operaG.13.216: It seems probable that the need for the line through the tail of the <p> of opera was recognised by the scribe as he wrote the following line i.e. when he had already returned to his ordinary ink. sua & cetera //
Quia reddit vnicuique iuxta opera suaO.12.216: This line is written in the right margin. It is divided after opera, and a red parasign precedes the second line of text.
AndR.12.216: R's And is unique (but Cx attests
the Latin equivalent, Et). Beta reads quia (or Qui), while F begins the line with the
phrase Þere þe byble seyþ.
redditeR.12.216: Beta has reddit. Cx
witnesses reddet. vnicuique iuxta opera
Þere þe byble seyþF.9.331: F uniquely introduces the Latin tag with this a-verse, but R has And. Beta witnesses begin the line with Qui or Quia. . RedditeF.9.331: Alpha reads Reddite. Beta manuscripts have reddit. vnicuique iuxta opera sua.