Qui facit et docuerit , magnus vocabitur in regno celorum .
Qui facit & docuerit magnus vocabitur in regno celorum
The symbol expanded here as "Nota" corresponds to that found at G.11.193, which Benson and Blanchfield interpret as "Nota." See note to that line.
Qui feceritO.13.126: OC2 alone have fecerit in place of facit. & docuerit magnus vocabitur in regno ce..lorumO.13.126: This line is written in the right margin. It is divided after magnus, and a red parasign precedes the second line of text.