||LIBER SAMUHELIS II
||2 Kings - Wycliffe Bible(14c)
||2 Kings - Douay Rheims(17c)
||Cumque David transisset paululum montis verticem, apparuit Siba puer Miphiboseth in occursum ejus, cum duobus asinis, qui onerati erant ducentis panibus, et centum alligaturis uv? pass?, et centum massis palatharum, et utre vini.
||And whanne Dauid hadde passid a litil the cop of the hil, Siba, the child of Mysphobosech, apperide in to his comyng, with tweyne assis, that weren chargid with twei hundrid looues, and with an hundrid bundels of dried grapis, and with an hundrid gobetis of pressid figus, and with twei vessels of wyn.
||And when David was a little past the top of the hill, behold Siba the servant of Miphiboseth came to meet him with two asses, laden with two hundred loaves of bread, and a hundred bunches of raisins, a hundred cakes of figs, and a vessel of wine.
||David & Ziba. 2Sm.16.1-4
||Et dixit rex Sib? : Quid sibi volunt h?c ? Responditque Siba : Asini, domesticis regis ut sedeant : panes et palath? ad vescendum pueris tuis : vinum autem ut bibat si quis defecerit in deserto.
||And the kyng seide to Siba, What wolen these thingis to hem silf? And Siba answeride, My lord the kyng, the assis ben to the meyneals of the kyng, that thei sitte; the looues and figis pressid ben to thi children to ete; forsothe the wyn is, that if ony man faile in deseert, he drynke.
||And the king said to Siba: What mean these things? And Siba answered: The asses are for the king's household to sit on: and the loaves and the figs for thy servants to eat, and the wine to drink if any man be faint in the desert.
||Et ait rex : Ubi est filius domini tui ? Responditque Siba regi : Remansit in Jerusalem, dicens : Hodie restituet mihi domus Isra?l regnum patris mei.
||And the kyng seide, Where is the sone of thi lord? And Siba answeride to the kyng, He dwellide in Jerusalem, and seide, To dai the Lord of the hows of Israel schal restore to me the rewme of my fadir.
||And the king said: Where is thy master's son? And Siba answered the king: He remained in Jerusalem, saying: To day will the house of Israel restore me the kingdom of my father.
||Et ait rex Sib?: Tua sint omnia qu? fuerunt Miphiboseth. Dixitque Siba: Oro ut inveniam gratiam coram te, domine mi rex.
||And the kyng seide to Siba, Alle thingis that weren of Mysphibosech ben thine. And Siba seide, Y preye, fynde Y grace bifor thee, my lord the kyng.
||And the king said to Siba: I give thee all that belonged to Miphiboseth. And Siba said: I beseech thee let me find grace before thee, my lord, O king.
||Venit ergo rex David usque Bahurim: et ecce egrediebatur inde vir de cognatione domus Saul, nomine Semei, filius Gera: procedebatque egrediens, et maledicebat,
||Therfor kyng Dauid cam til to Bahurym, and lo! a man of the meynee of the hows of Saul, Semey bi name, sone of Gera, yede out fro thennus; he yede forth goynge out, and curside.
||And king David came as far as Bahurim: and behold there came out from thence a man of the kindred of the house of Saul named Semei, the son of Gera, and coming out he cursed as he went on,
||David & Shimei. 2Sm.16.5-14
||mittebatque lapides contra David et contra universos servos regis David: omnis autem populus, et universi bellatores, a dextro et a sinistro latere regis incedebant.
||And he sente stoonys ayens Dauid, and ayens alle seruauntis of kyng Dauid; forsothe al the puple, and alle fiyteris yeden at the riytside and at the left side of the king.
||And he threw stones at David, and at all the servants of king David: and all the people, and all the warriors walked on the right, and on the left side of the king.
||Ita autem loquebatur Semei cum malediceret regi: Egredere, egredere, vir sanguinum, et vir Belial.
||Sotheli Semey spak so, whanne he curside the kyng, Go out, go out, thou man of bloodis, and man of Belial!
||And thus said Semei when he cursed the king: Come out, come out, thou man of blood, and thou man of Belial.
||Reddidit tibi Dominus universum sanguinem domus Saul: quoniam invasisti regnum pro eo, et dedit Dominus regnum in manu Absalom filii tui: et ecce premunt te mala tua, quoniam vir sanguinum es.
||The Lord hath yolde to thee al the blood of the hows of Saul, for thou rauyschedist the rewme fro hym; and the Lord yaf the rewme in to the hond of Absolon, thi sone; and lo! thin yuels oppressen thee, for thou art a man of blodis.
||The Lord hath repaid thee for all the blood of the house of Saul: because thou hast usurped the kingdom in his stead, and the Lord hath given the kingdom into the hand of Absalom thy son: and behold thy evils press upon thee, because thou art a man of blood.
||Dixit autem Abisai filius Sarvi? regi: Quare maledicit canis hic mortuus domino meo regi? vadam, et amputabo caput ejus.
||Forsothe Abisay, the sone of Saruye, seide to the kyng, Whi cursith this dogge, that schal die, my lord the kyng? Y schal go, and Y schal girde of his heed.
||And Abisai the son of Sarvia said to the king: Why should this dead dog curse my lord the king? I will go, and cut off his head.
||Et ait rex : Quid mihi et vobis est filii Sarvi? ? dimittite eum, ut maledicat : Dominus enim pr?cepit ei ut malediceret David : et quis est qui audeat dicere, quare sic fecerit ?
||And the kyng seide, Ye sones of Saruye, what is to me and to you? Suffre ye hym, that he curse; for the Lord comaundide to hym, that he schulde curse Dauid; and who is he that dare seie, Whi dide he so?
||And the king said: What have I to do with you, ye sons of Sarvia? Let him alone and let him curse: for the Lord hath bid him curse David: and who is he that shall dare say, why hath he done so?
||Et ait rex Abisai, et universis servis suis : Ecce filius meus, qui egressus est de utero meo, qu?rit animam meam : quanto magis nunc filius Jemini ? Dimittite eum ut maledicat juxta pr?ceptum Domini :
||And the kyng seide to Abysay, and to alle hise seruauntis, Lo! my sone, that yede out of my wombe, sekith my lijf; hou myche more now this sone of Gemyny? Suffre ye hym, that he curse bi comaundement of the Lord;
||And the king said to Abisai, and to all his servants: Behold my son, who came forth from my bowels, seeketh my life: how much more now a son of Jemini? let him alone that he may curse as the Lord hath bidden him.
||si forte respiciat Dominus afflictionem meam, et reddat mihi Dominus bonum pro maledictione hac hodierna.
||if in hap the Lord biholde my turmentyng, and yelde good to me for this cursyng of this dai.
||Perhaps the Lord may look upon my affliction, and the Lord may render me good for the cursing of this day.
||Ambulabat itaque David et socii ejus per viam cum eo. Semei autem per jugum montis ex latere contra illum gradiebatur, maledicens, et mittens lapides adversum eum, terramque spargens.
||Therfor Dauid yede, and hise felowis, bi the weie with hym; forsothe Semey yede bi the slade of the hil bi the side ayens hym; and curside, and sente stoonus ayens him, and spreynte erthe.
||And David and his men with him went by the way. And Semei by the hill's side went over against him, cursing, and casting stones at him, and scattering earth.
||Venit itaque rex, et universus populus cum eo lassus, et refocillati sunt ibi.
||And so Dauid the king cam, and al the puple weery with hym, and thei weren refreischid there.
||And the king and all the people with him came weary, and refreshed themselves there.
||Absalom autem et omnis populus ejus ingressi sunt Jerusalem, sed et Achitophel cum eo.
||Forsothe Absolon, and al the puple of Israel entriden in to Jerusalem, but also Achitofel with hym.
||But Absalom and all his people came into Jerusalem, and Achitophel was with him.
||Absalom in Jerusalem. 2Sm.16.15-23
||Cum autem venisset Chusai Arachites amicus David ad Absalom, locutus est ad eum: Salve rex, salve rex.
||Sotheli whanne Chusi of Arath, the frend of Dauid, hadde come to Absolon, he spak to Absolon, Heil, kyng! heil, kyng!
||And when Chusai the Arachite, David's friend, was come to Absalom, he said to him: God save thee, O king, God save thee, O king.
||Ad quem Absalom: H?c est, inquit, gratia tua ad amicum tuum? quare non ivisti cum amico tuo?
||To whom Absolon seide, This is thi grace to thi freend; whi yedist thou not with thi freend?
||And Absalom said to him: Is this thy kindness to thy friend? Why wentest thou not with thy friend?
||Responditque Chusai ad Absalom: Nequaquam: quia illius ero, quem elegit Dominus, et omnis hic populus, et universus Isra?l: et cum eo manebo.
||And Chusi answeride to Absolon, Nay, for Y shal be seruaunt of hym, whom the Lord hath chose, and al this puple, and al Israel; and Y schal dwelle with him.
||And Chusai answered Absalom: Nay: for I will be his, whom the Lord hath chosen, and all this people, and all Israel, and with him will I abide.
||Sed ut et hoc inferam, cui ego serviturus sum? nonne filio regis? Sicut parui patri tuo, ita parebo et tibi.
||But that Y seie also this, to whom schal Y serue? whethir not to the sone of the kyng? as Y obeiede to thi fadir, so Y schal obeie to thee.
||Besides this, whom shall I serve? is it not the king's son? as I have served thy father, so will I serve thee also.
||Dixit autem Absalom ad Achitophel: Inite consilium quid agere debeamus.
||Forsothe Absolon seide to Achitofel, Take ye counsel, what we owen to do.
||And Absalom said to Achitophel: Consult what we are to do.
||Et ait Achitophel ad Absalom: Ingredere ad concubinas patris tui, quas dimisit ad custodiendam domum: ut cum audierit omnis Isra?l quod f?daveris patrem tuum, roborentur tecum manus eorum.
||And Achytofel seide to Absolon, Entre thou to the concubyns of thi fadir, whiche he lefte to kepe the hows; that whanne al Israel herith, that thou hast defoulid thi fadir, the hondis of hem be strengthid with thee.
||And Achitophel said to Absalom: Go in to the concubines of thy father, whom he hath left to keep the house: that when all Israel shall hear that thou hast disgraced thy father, their hands may be strengthened with thee.
||Tetenderunt ergo Absalom tabernaculum in solario, ingressusque est ad concubinas patris sui coram universo Isra?l.
||Therfor thei tildeden Absolon a tabernacle in the soler, and he entride to the concubyns of his fadir bifor al Israel.
||So they spread a tent for Absalom on the top of the house, and he went in to his father's concubines before all Israel.
||Consilium autem Achitophel quod dabat in diebus illis, quasi si quis consuleret Deum: sic erat omne consilium Achitophel, et cum esset cum David, et cum esset cum Absalom.
||Sotheli the counsel of Achitofel, which he yaf in tho daies, was as if a man counselide God; so was al the counsel of Achitofel, bothe whanne he was with Dauid, and whanne he was with Absolon.
||Now the counsel of Achitophel, which he gave in those days, was as if a man should consult God: so was all the counsel of Achitophel, both when he was with David, and when he was with Absalom.