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The Great Bible 1539



10:1These are the generacions of the sonnes of Noah, Sem, Ham and Iapheth: And vnto them were chyldren borne after the floude.
10:2The chyldren of Iapheth: Gomer and Magog, and Madai, and Iauan, and Thubal, Mesech and Theras.
10:3The chyldren of Gomer: Askenas and Riphath and Thogarma.
10:4The chyldren of Iauan: Elisa and Tharsis, Kitthim, and Dodanim.
10:5Of these were the Iles of the Gentiles deuyded in their landes, euery man after hys tonge, & after hys kynreds in their nacyons.
10:6The children of Ham: Cusch & Mizraiim, and Phut and Chanaan.
10:7And the chyldren of Cusch: Seba and Hauilah and Sabtha, and Rahma, and Sabthecha. The chyldren of Rahma: Scheba and Dedan.
10:8Cusch also begat Nimrod. The same beganne to be myghtye in the erth.
10:9For he was a myghtye hunter before the Lorde. Wherfore it is sayde: Euen as Nimrod the myghtie hunter before the Lorde.
10:10The begynning of his kyngdome was Babel and Erech and Accad, and Calne, in the londe of Sinhar.
10:11Out of that londe came Assur, and buylded Niniue, and the stretes of the citie & Calah.
10:12Resen also betwene Niniue and Calah, and it is a greate cite.
10:13Mizraiim begat Ludym, & Enamim, & Lehabim, and Nephtuhim.
10:14Pathrusim also and Casluhim, out of whom came Philistiim and Capthorim.
10:15Chanaan begat at Zidon his fyrst borne sonne, and Heth,
10:16& Iebusi, and Emori, & Girgosi.
10:17Hahiui also and Haarki and Hassini,
10:18and Haaruadi, and Hazmari, and Hahemathi: And afterwarde were the kynreds of the Cananites spred abrode.
10:19The border of the Cananites was from Zidon, as thou commest to Gerar vntill Gazan, and as thou goest vnto Sodoma, and Gomora, and Adama, and Zeboiim, euen vnto Lesa.
10:20These are the chyldren of Ham in their kynreds, in theyr tonges, countrees and in theyr nacyons.
10:21Unto Sem also the father of all the children of Eber (and elder brother of Iapheth) there were chyldren borne.
10:22The chyldren of Sem: Elam and Assur, Arphachsad, and Lud and Aram.
10:23The children of Aram: Uz and Hul, Gether & Mas
10:24Arphachsad begat Selah, & Selah begat Eber.
10:25Unto Eber also were borne two sonnes: The name of the one was Peleg, for in hys dayes was the erth deuyded. And hys brothers name was Iaketan.
10:26Iaketan begat Almodad and Saleph Hazarmaueth and Ierah,
10:27and Hodoran & Uzal and Dickla,
10:28Obal also & Abimael and Scheba,
10:29and Ophir, and Hauila, and Iobab. All these were the chyldren of Iaketan.
10:30And their dwellinge was from Mesa, as thou goest vnto Sephar a mount of the east.
10:31These are the children of Sem after their kynreds and tonges in their londes and nacyons.
10:32And so these are the kynreds of the chyldren of Noah, after their generacions in their peoples, and of these were the nacions deuyded in the erth after the floude.
The Great Bible 1539

The Great Bible 1539

The Great Bible of 1539 was the first authorized edition of the Bible in English, authorized by King Henry VIII of England to be read aloud in the church services of the Church of England. The Great Bible was prepared by Myles Coverdale, working under commission of Thomas, Lord Cromwell, Secretary to Henry VIII and Vicar General. In 1538, Cromwell directed the clergy to provide "one book of the bible of the largest volume in English, and the same set up in some convenient place within the said church that ye have care of, whereas your parishioners may most commodiously resort to the same and read it."