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The Great Bible 1539



12:1These are the kynges of the lande whych the chyldren of Israell smote, and possessed theyr land on the other syde Iordan eastwarde, from the ryuer Arnon, vnto mounte Hermon, and all the playne estwarde:
12:2Sehon kynge of the Amorites, that dwelt in hesbon, and ruled from Aroer, whych is besyde the ryuer of Arnon, and from the middell of the ryuer, and from halfe Gilead vnto the ryuer Iabock, whych is the border of the chyldren of Ammon:
12:3And from the playne vnto the see of Cynneroth eastward, and vnto the see in the playne: euen the salt see eastwarde, the waye to Beth Iesymoth, and from the southe vnder the sprynges of the hill.
12:4And the coaste of Og kyng of Basan which was of the remnaunt of the Gyauntes, and dwelt at Astharoth, and Edrai:
12:5& rayned in mount Hermon, and in Salcah: and in all Basan, vnto the border of the Gesurites & the Macathites, & halfe mount Gilead, vnto the borders of Sehon kynge of Hesbon.
12:6Moses the seruaunt of the Lorde & the children of Israel smote them, and Moses the seruaunt of the Lorde, gaue their lande for a possession, vnto the Rubenites, Gaddites, and halfe the trybe of Manasses.
12:7These are the kynges of the countreye, which Iosua & the children of Israel smote on thys syde Iordan, westwarde, from the playne of Gad which is in the valey of Libanon, euen vnto the partyng mount that gothe vp to Seir. Which land Iosua gaue vnto the trybes of Israel to possesse, to euery man his parte:
12:8in the vpper lande, & nether lande, in playnes, and hyll sydes, in the wildernesse, and southe contrey: the Hethites, the Amorites, the Cananites, the Pheresites, the Heuites, and the Iebusites:
12:9The kynge of Iericho: was one. The kynge of Hai which is besyde Bethel: one.
12:10The kynge of Ierusalem: one. The kynge of Hebron: one.
12:11The kynge of Iarmuth: one. The kynge of Lachys: one.
12:12The kynge of Eglon: one. The kyng of Gaezer: one.
12:13The kynge of Debir: one. The kynge of Geder: one.
12:14The kynge of Horma: one. The kynge of Arad: one.
12:15The kinge of Libna: one. The kynge of Adullam: one.
12:16The kynge of Makeda: one. The kynge of Bethel: one.
12:17The kynge of Tapuah: one. The kynge of Hepher: one.
12:18The kinge of Aphek: one. The king of Lasaron: one.
12:19The kynge of Madon: one. The kyng of Hasor: one.
12:20The king of Simron meron: one. The kyng of Achsaph: one.
12:21The kynge of Thaenach one. The kyng of Megiddo: one.
12:22The kynge of Kaedes: one. The kynge of Iokneam of Charmell: one.
12:23The kynge of Dor in the contreye of Dor: one. The kynge of the nacions of Gilgall: one.
12:24The kynge of Thirza: one. All the kynges togeather thyrtye and one.
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."