As Iuwes þat ben oure lores-men shame vntoM.9.92: M's reading of vnto is not shared by other B manuscripts, which read to. vs alle
As Iewes that be oure lores-men , shame to vs al .
As Iewes þat ben oure lores-men . shame to vs alle W.9.92:nota
As Iewes þat be oure / loresmen · schame to vs alle
As Iewes þat ben oure lores-men
Beta omits R's to; F reads It is. schame to vs
As Iewis þat ben for-lore menF.6.217: F's reading is unique, whether it is interpreted as "for lore-men," meaning "standing in place of teachers," or as
we punctuated it here as "for-lore men," meaning "lost (or damned) men." Bx must have read "As Iewes þat ben oure loresmen shame to vs alle." / It is shame to vs alle.