||LIBER BRESITH ID EST GENESIS
||Genesis - Wycliffe Bible(14c)
||Genesis - Douay Rheims(17c)
||Vocavit itaque Isaac Jacob, et benedixit eum, pr?cepitque ei dicens: Noli accipere conjugem de genere Chanaan:
||And so Isaac clepide Jacob, and blesside hym, and comaundide to hym, and seide, Nyle thou take a wijf of the kyn of Canaan; but go thou,
||And Isaac called Jacob, and blessed him, and charged him, saying: Take not a wife of the stock of Chanaan:
||sed vade, et proficiscere in Mesopotamiam Syri?, ad domum Bathuel patris matris tu?, et accipe tibi inde uxorem de filiabus Laban avunculi tui.
||and walke forth in to Mesopotanye of Sirie, to the hows of Batuel, fadir of thi modir, and take to thee of thennus a wijf of the douytris of Laban, thin vncle.
||But go, and take a journey to Mesopotamia of Syria, to the house of Bathuel thy mother's father, and take thee a wife thence of the daughters of Laban thy uncle.
||Deus autem omnipotens benedicat tibi, et crescere te faciat, atque multiplicet, ut sis in turbas populorum.
||Sotheli Almyyti God blesse thee, and make thee to encreesse, and multiplie thee, that thou be in to cumpanyes of puplis;
||And God almighty bless thee, and make thee to increase, and multiply thee: that thou mayst be a multitude of people.
||Et det tibi benedictiones Abrah?, et semini tuo post te: ut possideas terram peregrinationis tu?, quam pollicitus est avo tuo.
||and God yyue to thee the blessyngis of Abraham, and to thi seed aftir thee, that thou welde the lond of thi pilgrymage, which he bihiyte to thi grauntsir.
||And give the blessings of Abrabam to thee, and to thy seed after thee: that thou mayst possess the land of thy sojournment, which he promised to thy grandfather.
||Cumque dimisisset eum Isaac, profectus venit in Mesopotamiam Syri? ad Laban filium Bathuel Syri, fratrem Rebecc? matris su
||And whanne Ysaac hadde left hym, he yede forth, and cam in to Mesopotanye of Sirie, to Laban, the sone of Batuel of Sirie, the brother of Rebecca, his modir.
||And when Isaac had sent him away, he took his journey and went to Mesopotamia of Syria to Laban the son of Bathuel the Syrian, brother to Rebecca his mother.
||Videns autem Esau quod benedixisset pater suus Jacob, et misisset eum in Mesopotamiam Syri?, ut inde uxorem duceret; et quod post benedictionem pr?cepisset ei, dicens: Non accipies uxorem de filiabus Chanaan:
||Forsothe Esau seiy that his fadir hadde blessid Jacob, and hadde sent him in to Mesopotanye of Sirie, that he schulde wedde a wijf of thennus, and that aftir the blessyng he comaundide to Jacob, and seide, Thou schalt not take a wijf of the douytris of Canaan;
||And Esau seeing that his father had blessed Jacob, and had sent him into Mesopotamia of Syria, to marry a wife thence; and that after the blessing he had charged him, saying: Thou shalt not take a wife of the daughters of Chanaan:
||Esau takes another wife. Gn.28.6-9
||quodque obediens Jacob parentibus suis isset in Syriam:
||and that Jacob obeiede to his fadir and modir, and yede in to Sirie;
||And that Jacob obeying his parents was gone into Syria:
||probans quoque quod non libenter aspiceret filias Chanaan pater suus:
||also Esau preuyde that his fadir bihelde not gladli the douytris of Canaan.
||Experiencing also that his father was not well pleased with the daughters of Chanaan:
||ivit ad Isma?lem, et duxit uxorem absque iis, quas prius habebat, Maheleth filiam Isma?l filii Abraham, sororem Nabaioth.
||And he yede to Ismael, and weddide a wijf, with out these whiche he hadde bifore, Melech, the douyter of Ismael, sone of Abraham, the sistir of Nabaioth.
||He went to Ismael, and took to wife, besides them he had before, Maheleth the daughter of Ismael, Abraham's son, the sister of Nabajoth.
||Igitur egressus Jacob de Bersabee, pergebat Haran.
||Therfor Jacob yede out of Bersabee, and yede to Aran.
||But Jacob being departed from Bersabee, went on to Haran.
||JACOB: Bethel - Jacob's dream. Gn.28.10-22
||Cumque venisset ad quemdam locum, et vellet in eo requiescere post solis occubitum, tulit de lapidibus qui jacebant, et supponens capiti suo, dormivit in eodem loco.
||And whanne he hadde come to sum place, and wolde reste ther inne aftir the goynge doun of the sunne, he took of the stoonus that laien ther, and he puttide vndur his heed, and slepte in the same place.
||And when he was come to a certain place, and would rest in it after sunset, he took of the stones that lay there, and putting under his head, slept in the same place.
||Viditque in somnis scalam stantem super terram, et cacumen illius tangens c?lum: angelos quoque Dei ascendentes et descendentes per eam,
||And he seiye in sleep a laddir stondynge on the erthe, and the cop ther of touchinge heuene; and he seiy Goddis aungels stiynge vp and goynge doun ther bi,
||And he saw in his sleep a ladder standing upon the earth, and the top thereof touching heaven: the angels also of God ascending and descending by it;
||et Dominum innixum scal? dicentem sibi: Ego sum Dominus Deus Abraham patris tui, et Deus Isaac: terram, in qua dormis, tibi dabo et semini tuo.
||and the Lord fastned to the laddir, seiynge to hym, Y am the Lord God of Abraham, thi fadir, and God of Isaac; Y schal yyue to thee and to thi seed the lond in which thou slepist.
||And the Lord leaning upon the ladder, saying to him: I am the Lord God of Abraham thy father, and the God of Isaac; the land, wherein thou sleepest, I will give to thee and to thy seed.
||Eritque semen tuum quasi pulvis terr?: dilataberis ad occidentem, et orientem, et septentrionem, et meridiem: et benedicentur in te et in semine tuo cunct? tribus terr
||And thi seed schal be as the dust of erthe, thou schalt be alargid to the eest, and west, and north, and south; and alle lynagis of erthe schulen be blessid in thee and in thi seed.
||And thy seed shall be as the dust of the earth: thou shalt spread abroad to the west, and to the east, and to the north, and to the south: and IN THEE and thy seed all the tribes of the earth SHALL BE BLESSED.
||Et ero custos tuus quocumque perrexeris, et reducam te in terram hanc: nec dimittam nisi complevero universa qu? dixi.
||And Y schal be thi kepere, whidur euer thou schalt go; and Y schal lede thee ayen in to this lond, and Y schal not leeue no but Y schal fil alle thingis whiche Y seide.
||And I will be thy keeper whithersoever thou goest, and will bring thee back into this land: neither will I leave thee, till I shall have accomplished all that I have said.
||Cumque evigilasset Jacob de somno, ait: Vere Dominus est in loco isto, et ego nesciebam.
||And whanne Jacob hadde wakyd of sleep, he seide, Verili the Lord is in this place, and Y wiste not.
||And when Jacob awaked out of sleep, he said: Indeed the Lord is in this place, and I knew it not.
||Pavensque, Quam terribilis est, inquit, locus iste ! non est hic aliud nisi domus Dei, et porta c?li.
||And he seide dredynge, Hou worschipful is this place! Here is noon other thing no but the hows of God, and the yate of heuene.
||And trembling he said: How terrible is this place! this is no other but the house of God, and the gate of heaven.
||Surgens ergo Jacob mane, tulit lapidem quem supposuerat capiti suo, et erexit in titulum, fundens oleum desuper.
||Therfor Jacob roos eerli, and took the stoon which he hadde put vndur his heed, and reiside in to a title, and helde oile aboue.
||And Jacob, arising in the morning, took the stone, which he had laid under his head, and set it up for a title, pouring oil upon the top of it.
||Appellavitque nomen urbis Bethel, qu? prius Luza vocabatur.
||And he clepide the name of that citee Bethel, which was clepid Lusa bifore.
||And he called the name of the city Bethel, which before was called Luza.
||Vovit etiam votum, dicens: Si fuerit Deus mecum, et custodierit me in via, per quam ego ambulo, et dederit mihi panem ad vescendum, et vestimentum ad induendum,
||Also he auowide a vow, and seide, If God is with me, and kepith me in the weie in which Y go, and yyueth to me looues to ete, and clothis to be clothid,
||And he made a vow, saying: If God shall be with me, and shall keep me in the way by which I walk, and shall give me bread to eat, and raiment to put on,
||reversusque fuero prospere ad domum patris mei: erit mihi Dominus in Deum,
||and Y turne ayen in prosperite to the hows of my fadir, the Lord schal be in to God to me.
||And I shall return prosperously to my father's house: the Lord shall be my God:
||et lapis iste, quem erexi in titulum, vocabitur Domus Dei: cunctorumque qu? dederis mihi, decimas offeram tibi.
||And this stoon, which Y reiside in to a title, schal be clepid the hows of God, and Y schal offre tithis to thee of alle thingis whiche thou schalt yyue to me.
||And this stone, which I have set up for a title, shall called the house of God: and of all things that thou shalt give to me, I will offer tithes to thee.