All fledden for feare and floone in-to hernes
¶ Alle fledden for fere · and flowen in-to hyrnes
all they restG.3.235: The script of added rest appears slightly more angular than that normally used by the original scribe, but this is probably simply because the word
has had to be squashed in. fledden for fere & flyen to In-to hernes
¶ & alle þe oþire fledde for feer / & faste flown to hyrnes.