Therfore saith Seneca , Paupertas est absque sollicitudine
For-thy sayes senica paupertas est absque solicitudine semita
forthy seyethe / seneca pauperteasG.15.314: In order to make his correction to paupertas clear, the scribe has used a double lobed <a>. est absque solicitudine semita :
For-þi seiþ seneca paupertas est absque sollicitudine semitaO.14.315: The form solitudine is shared by C2BRF. OC2 alone copy this line before l. 316.
For-thi seith senecca . Paupertas est absque
solitudineR.14.329: This error (for solicitudine) is shared with
F and thus derives from alpha, but it is also found in several beta manuscripts, indicating
that an uncommon Latin suspension in Bx may have been the original
stimulus to what seems, at first glance, an unlikely mistake. semita
For-þy seyþ Seneca / Paupertas est absque solitudineF.10.784: Alpha is responsible for solitudine, a reading shared by C2BmBoCot. Beta manuscripts have sollicitudine. Both variants appear in the C tradition as well. semita.