Et quorum tecta sunt peccata . in a dishe ,
Et quorum tecta sunt peccata · in a disshe
AndR.13.50: For R's And, F shows & (but in a completely rephrased line) while beta reads Et.
quorum tecta sunt peccata in a dische
agrees with the beta manuscripts against F in attesting a line break between KD13.54α
and KD13.55 after dische. Although this is impossible, and F correctly
senses that Langland's alliterative pattern requires a line break immediately after the Latin
quotation, it is much more likely that this represents one of F-redactor's many shrewd
editorial guesses than that F alone here retains by vertical transmission the reading of Bx.
& beatus vir cui non imputauit / in a plater a looF.10.49: The reading appears only in F. Bx reads "dissh of." Possibly luce, lus, "pike" lies behind loo.