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John Wycliffe Bible 1382



36:1Forsothe these ben the generaciouns of Esau; he is Edom.
36:2Esau took wyues of the douytris of Canaan, Ada, the douytir of Elom Ethey, and Oolibama, the douyter of Ana, sone of Sebeon Euey; also Bathsemath,
36:3the douytir of Ismael, the sistir of Nabioth.
36:4Forsothe Ada childide Elifath; Batsemath childide Rahuel; Oolibama childide Hieus,
36:5and Hielon, and Chore. These weren the sones of Esau, that weren borun to hym in the lond of Canaan.
36:6Sotheli Esau took hise wyues, and sones, and douytris, and ech soule of his hows, and catel, and scheep, and alle thingis whiche he `myyte haue in the lond of Canaan, and yede into anothir cuntrey, and departide fro his brother Jacob; for thei weren ful riche,
36:7and thei miyten not dwelle to gidere, and the erthe of her pilgrymage susteynede not hem, for the multitude of flockis.
36:8And Esau dwellide in the hil of Seir; he is Edom.
36:9Forsothe these weren the generaciouns of Esau, fader of Edom,
36:10in the hil of Seir, and these weren the names of hise sones. Elifath, sone of Ada, `wijf of Esau; also Rahuel sone of Bathsemath, `wijf of hym.
36:11And the sones of Elifath weren, Theman, Emath, Sephu, and Gathan, and Ceneth, and Chore.
36:12Forsothe Tanna was the secundarie wijf of Elifath, `sone of Esau, whiche Tanna childide to hym Amalech. These weren the sones of Ada, `wijf of Esau.
36:13Forsothe the sones of Rahuel weren, Naath, and Zara, and Semna, and Meza. These weren the sones of Bathsemath, `wijf of Esau.
36:14And these weren the sones of Oolibama, douyter of Ana, sone of Sebeon, `wijf of Esau, whiche sche childide to hym; Hieus, and Hielon, and Chore.
36:15These weren the dukis of the sones of Esau; the sones of Elifath first gendrid of Esau, duk Theman, duyk Omar,
36:16duk Sephua, duyk Ceneth, duyk Chore, duyk Dathan, duyk Amalech. These weren the sones of Eliphat, in the lond of Edom, and these weren the sones of Ada.
36:17Also these weren the sones of Rahuel, `sone of Esau, duyk Naath, duyk Zara, duyk Senna, duyk Meza; forsothe these duykis weren of Rahuel in the lond of Edom. These weren the sones of Bathsamath, `wijf of Esau.
36:18Forsothe these weren the sones of Oolibama, `wijf of Esau; duyk Hieus, duyk Hielon, duyk Chore; these weren duykis of Oolibama, douytir of Ana, `wijf of Esau.
36:19These weren the sones of Esau, and thei weren duykis of hem; he is Edom.
36:20These weren the sones of Seir Horrei, enhabiteris of the lond; Jothan, and Sobal, and Sebeon,
36:21and Anam, and Dison, and Eser, and Disan; these duikis weren of Horrey, sone of Seir, in the lond of Edom.
36:22Forsothe the sones of Jothan weren maad, Horrey, and Theman; sotheli the sistir of Jothan was Tanna.
36:23And these weren the sones of Sobal; Aluan, and Maneeth, and Ebal, Sephi, and Onam.
36:24And these weren the sones of Sebeon; Achaia, and Ana; this is Ana that foonde hoote watris in wildirnesse, whanne he kepte the assis of Sebeon, his fadir;
36:25and he hadde a sone Disan, and a douytir Oolibama.
36:26And these weren the sones of Disan; Amadan, and Jesban, and Jethran, and Charan.
36:27Also these weren the sones of Heser; Baalan, and Zeuan, and Acham.
36:28And Disan hadde sones, Hus, and Haran.
36:29These weren the duykis of Horreis; duyk Jothan, duyk Sobal, duyk Sebeon, duyk Ana, duyk Dison, duyk Heser, duik Disan;
36:30these weren the duykis of Horreis, that weren lordis in the lond of Seir.
36:31Forsothe kyngis that regneden in the lond of Edom, bifore that the sones of Israel hadden a kyng, weren these;
36:32Balach, the sone of Beor, and the name of his citee was Deneba.
36:33Forsothe Balach diede, and Jobab, sone of Sara of Bosra, regnede for hym.
36:34And whanne Jobab was deed, Husam of the lond of Themayns regnede for hym.
36:35And whanne he was deed, Adad, the sone of Badadi, that smoot Madian in the lond of Moab, and the name of his citee was Abyuth, `regnede for him.
36:36And whanne Adad was deed, Semla of Maseracha regnede for hym.
36:37And whanne he was deed, Saul of the flood Robooth ragnede for hym.
36:38And whanne he was deed, Balanam, the sone of Achobor, was successour in to the rewme.
36:39And whanne this was deed, Adad regnede for hym, and the name of the citee of Adad was Phau, and the name of his wijf was clepid Meezabel, the douyter of Mathrect, douyter of Mesaab.
36:40Therfor these weren the names of duykis of Esau, in her kynredis, and places, and names; duyk Thanna, duyk Alua,
36:41duyk Jetech, duyk Oolibama, duyk Ela,
36:42duyk Phinon, duyk Ceneth, duik Theman,
36:43duyk Mabsar, duyk Madiel, duyk Iram; these weren the duykis of Edom, dwelleris in the lond of hys lordschip; he was Esau, the fadir of Ydumeis.
John Wycliffe Bible 1382

John Wycliffe Bible 1382

The Wycliffe Bible is the only Bible here that was not translated from the Textus Receptus. Its inclusion here is for the Bible's historic value and for comparison in the English language.

John Wycliffe, an Oxford professor produced the first hand-written English language Bible manuscripts in the 1380's. While it is doubtful Wycliffe himself translated the versions that bear his name, he certainly can be considered the driving force behind the project. He strongly believed in having the scriptures available to the people.

Wycliffe, was well-known throughout Europe for his opposition to the teaching of the organized Church, which he believed to be contrary to the Bible. With the help of his followers (called Lollards), Wycliffe produced dozens of English language manuscript copies of the scriptures. They were translated out of the Latin Vulgate, which was the only source text available to Wycliffe. The Pope was so infuriated by his teachings and his translation of the Bible into English, that 44 years after Wycliffe died, he ordered the bones to be dug-up, crushed, and scattered in the river.