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Matthew's Bible 1537



12:1These are the Kynges of the land whyche the chyldren of Israell smote and conquered their landes, on the other syde Iordan eastwarde, from the ryuer Arnon, vnto mounte Hermon, and all the plaine eastwarde:
12:2Sehon Kynge of the Amorytes, that dwelt in Hesbon, and ruled from Aroer, whyche lyeth on the brym of the ryuer of Arnon, and to the middel of the ryuer, and halfe Galaad, vnto the riuer Iabock, the border of the chyldren of Ammon:
12:3And in the playne vnto the sea of Ceneroth eastward, and vnto the sea in the playne called the salt sea eastwarde, the waye to Beth, Iesymoth and by south vnder the sprynges of phasgah.
12:4And the costes of Og, Kynge of Basan, whych was of the remnaunt of the Raphaytes, and dwelt at Astharoth, and Edray,
12:5and raygned in mounte Hermon, and in Salecah, and thorow out all Basan, vnto the borders, of the Gesurites, and the Macathites, & halfe Galaad, vnto the borders of Sehon, Kynge of Hesbon.
12:6Moses the seruaunt of the Lorde, and the children of Israel smote them, & Moses the seruaunt of the Lord, gaue their landes a possession, vnto the Rubenites, Gaddites, and halfe the tribe of Manasses.
12:7These are the Kynges of the countrey, which Iosua and the chyldren of Israel smote on this syde Iordan, westwarde, from Baal, Gad in the valeye of Lybanon, euen vnto mount Halak, that goeth vp to Seir. And Iosua gaue the lande vnto the trybes of Israell to possesse, to euery man his parte,
12:8in the vpper land, and nether lande, in playnes, and sprynges of water, in the wyldernesse, and south countrey, the Hethites, the Amorites, the Cananytes, the Pheresytes, the Heuytes, and the Iebusytes.
12:9The Kynge of Iericho: The Kynge of Ai besyde Bethel,
12:10The Kinge of Ierusalem, The Kynge of Hebron,
12:11The Kynge of Ierymoth, The Kynge of Lachys,
12:12The Kynge of Eglon, The Kynge of Gazer,
12:13The Kyng of Dabir, The Kynge of Gader,
12:14The Kyng of Horma, The Kynge of Ered,
12:15The Kynge of Libna, The King of Odolam,
12:16The Kinge of Makeda, The Kinge of Bethel,
12:17The King of Thaphuah, The Kyng of Hepher,
12:18The King of Aphek, The Kyng of Lasaron,
12:19The Kyng of Madan, The Kyng of Hasor,
12:20The Kynge Someron, Meron, The Kinge of Acsaph,
12:21The Kyng Thenach, The King of Magedo,
12:22The Kyng of Cades, The Kynge of Iakanam in Carmel,
12:23The Kynge of the countrey of Dor, The Kynge of the nacyons in Galgall,
12:24and Kynge Therzah: All the Kynges together thyrthy and one.
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.