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Matthew's Bible 1537



5:1This is the boke of the generacion of man. In the daye when God created man & made hym after the similitude of God.
5:2Male & female made he them, & called their names man, in the day when they were created.
5:3And when Adam was an hundred & thyrty yere olde, he begat a sonne after hys sycknesse and similitude: & called his name Seth.
5:4And the dayes of Adam after he begat Seth, were eyght hundred yere, and begat sonnes & daughters.
5:5And al the dayes of Adam which he lyued, were .ix. hundred & .xxx. yere, and then he dyed.
5:6And Seth lyued an hundred & .v. yeres, & begat Enos.
5:7And after he had begat Enos he liued .viij. hundred & .vij. yere, & begat sonnes & daughters.
5:8And all the dayes of Seth were .ix. hundred & .xij. yere, and dyed.
5:9And Enos lyued .lxxx. yere, & begat Kenan.
5:10And Enos after he begat Kenan, liued .viij. hundred & .xv. yere, and begat sonnes & daughters:
5:11& al the dayes of Enos were .ix. hundred & .v. yere, & than he dyed.
5:12And Kenan lyued .lxx. yere, & begat Mahalaliel.
5:13And Kenan after he had begat Mahalaliel, lyued .viij. hundred and .xl. yere, & begat sonnes and daughters:
5:14& al the dayes of Kenan were .ix. hundred & .x. yere, and than he dyed.
5:15And Mahalaliel liued .lxv. yere,
5:16& begat Iared. And Mahalaliel after he had begat Iared lyued .viij. hundred & .xxx. yeres, & begat sonnes and daughters:
5:17and al the dayes of Mahalaliel were .viij. hundred nynetye and .v. yere, and than he dyed.
5:18And Iared liued an hundred & .lxij. yere, & begat Henoch:
5:19& Iared lyued after he begat Henoch .viij. hundred yere, & begat sonnes & daughters.
5:20And all the dayes of Iared were .ix. hundred & .lxij. yere, and than he dyed.
5:21And Henoch lyued .lxv. yere, & begat Mathusala.
5:22And Henoch walked wyth God after he had begat Mathusala .iij. hundred yere, & begat sonnes & daughters,
5:23And al the dayes of Henoch were .iij. hundred & .lxv. yere,
5:24& than Henoch liued a godly lyfe, and was no more sene, for God toke hym awaye.
5:25And Mathusala lyued an hundred and .lxxxvij. yere & begat Lamech:
5:26& Mathusala after he had begat Lamech, lyued .vij. hundred & .lxxxij. yere, & begat sonnes and daughters.
5:27And all the dayes of Mathusala were .ix. hundred .lxix. yere, and than he dyed.
5:28And Lamech lyued an hundred .lxxxij. yere & begat a sonne,
5:29& called hym Noe, sayinge: Thys same shal comforte vs: as concerning our worke & sorowe of oure handes whyche we haue about the erth that the Lorde hath curssed:
5:30and Lamech liued after he had begat Noe .v. hundred, nynetye & .v. yere, and begat sonnes & daughters.
5:31And al the dayes of Lamech were .vij. hundred .lxxvij. yere, & than he dyed.
5:32And when Noe was fyue hundred yere old, he begat Sem, Ham, & Iapheth.
Matthew's Bible 1537

Matthew's Bible 1537

The Matthew Bible, also known as Matthew's Version, was first published in 1537 by John Rogers, under the pseudonym "Thomas Matthew". It combined the New Testament of William Tyndale, and as much of the Old Testament as he had been able to translate before being captured and put to death, with the translations of Myles Coverdale as to the balance of the Old Testament and the Apocrypha, except the Apocryphal Prayer of Manasses. It is thus a vital link in the main sequence of English Bible translations.