I am vnhardy quod he , to any wyght to preue it
I am vnhardy quod he to any wight to proue it
I am vnhardye quod he to any wyght to preuventeG.14.131: The letters <nte> appear to have been crossed out more than once, both horizontally in black ink and vertically
with thin lines in brown ink. Presumably the scribe originally read "preven it" as "prevent it." Note also that the form
of the <p> plus bar is that normally used as the abbreviation for pro (see, e.g., prouysours at G.4.148), but the scribe must originally have intended the abbreviation here to represent <pre> (i.e. prevente rather than provente). ytt
I am vn-hardy quod
he to eny wiȝt proueR.13.127: R's proue is shared exclusively with F; cf. beta's to preue(n). it .
/ [¶] I am vnhardy quod he þan / to ony wyght preveF.10.124: Alpha lacks beta's to before preve. it.