Þat han þe welthe of þis worlde · and for wyse men ben holden
Þat han þe welthe of þeM.7.201: M's reading of þe is not shared by other B manuscripts, which read þis. world and for wise men ben holden
That haue þe wealth of this world , & for wise men be holden
That haue þe welþe of þis world . and for wise men ben holden
that han the welthe of þis worlde and for wyse men ben holdyn ·
that haue þe welþe of þis worlde · and wise men be holden
that hauve þe welth off thys world & wyse menG.8.202: Kane and Donaldson record G's reading here as me rather than men, but the abbreviation for final <n> takes the form of of a high backward curve over the <e>. be holden
Þat haue þe welth of þis worlde . and wise men ben holden .