Readings for line KD.2.55

Were boden to þe bridale · on bothe two sydes
Weren boden to þe bridale . on boþe two 
Were bounden to the bridale on both twoo sides
Were boden to þe bridale . on boþe two sides
were boden to the brydale  on bothe two sydes
Were boden to þe bridale · on bothe two sides
were bydenG.3.56: The G form of the past participle (i.e. byden) is unique; most manuscripts have forms in medial <o>. However, there is no change in meaning, and, given the confusion surrounding the verbs which descended from OE beodan and biddan, it would be reasonable to argue that this is not a substantive variant. to the brydeale on bothG.3.56: The loops of the <b>s of both brydeale and both have been enlarged in brown ink. to sydys
Weren boden to þe bridale  on boþe two sydes
Weren bedeR.2.15: Though identical in meaning to the majority reading, R's form here is unique among the B copies; most of the others, including F, attest boden. Ax agrees with the B majority (although manuscripts VRa agree with R) , but Cx's verb form is uncertain. Though a majority of C witnesses also supports the predominant reading, most P family manuscripts (PVcAcQScFcGc ~ ibede McNc) agree with R. to þisR.2.15: F reads his; beta shows þe. Two A witnesses agree with R (manuscripts LaK), but Ax agrees with beta. Cx is uncertain: the X family reading is identical to that of beta, but the P family reading is þat. bridale  on bothe to sydes . In the right margin, in black ink, there is an early ownership stamp for the Bodleian Library.
Weryn bodyn to his bydaleb[r]ydale / faire on boþe sydys.