||2 Paralipomenon - Wycliffe Bible(14c)
||2 Paralipomenon - Douay Rheims(17c)
||Confortatus est ergo Salomon filius David in regno suo, et Dominus Deus ejus erat cum eo, et magnificavit eum in excelsum.
||Therfor Salomon, the sone of Dauid, was coumfortid in his rewme, and the Lord was with hym, and magnefiede hym an hiy.
||And Solomon the son of David was strengthened in his kingdom, and the Lord his God was with him, and magnified him to a high degree.
||CHRONICLES 2. SOLOMON king of the United kingdom. Prays for wisdom. 2Chr.1.1-12 | 1Kgs.3.1-15
||Pr?cepitque Salomon universo Isra?li, tribunis, et centurionibus, et ducibus, et judicibus omnis Isra?l, et principibus familiarum:
||And Salomon comaundide to al Israel, to tribunes, and centuriouns, and to duykis, and domesmen of al Israel, and to the princes of meynees;
||And Solomon gave orders to all Israel, to the captains of thousands, and of hundreds, and to the rulers, and to the judges of all Israel, and the heads of the families:
||et abiit cum universa multitudine in excelsum Gabaon, ubi erat tabernaculum f?deris Dei, quod fecit Moyses famulus Dei in solitudine.
||and he yede with al the multitude in to the hiy place of Gabaon, where the tabernacle of boond of pees of the Lord was, which tabernacle Moyses, the seruaunt of the Lord, made in wildirnesse.
||And he went with all the multitude to the high place of Gabaon, where was the tabernacle of the covenant of the Lord, which Moses the servant of God made, in the wilderness.
||Arcam autem Dei adduxerat David de Cariathiarim in locum quem pr?paraverat ei, et ubi fixerat illi tabernaculum, hoc est, in Jerusalem.
||Forsothe Dauid hadde brouyt the arke of God fro Cariathiarym in to the place which he hadde maad redy to it, and where he hadde set a tabernacle to it, that is, in to Jerusalem.
||For David had brought the ark of God from Cariathiarim to the place, which he had prepared for it, and where he had pitched a tabernacle for it, that is, in Jerusalem.
||Altare quoque ?neum quod fabricatus fuerat Beseleel filius Uri filii Hur, ibi erat coram tabernaculo Domini: quod et requisivit Salomon, et omnis ecclesia.
||And the brasun auter, which Beseleel, the sone of Vri, sone of Vr, hadde maad, was there bifor the tabernacle of the Lord; whiche also Salomon and al the chirche souyte.
||And the altar of brass, which Beseleel the son of Uri the son of Hur had made, was there before the tabernacle of the Lord: and Solomon and all the assembly sought it:
||Ascenditque Salomon ad altare ?neum, coram tabernaculo f?deris Domini, et obtulit in eo mille hostias.
||And Salomon stiede to the brasun autir, bifor the tabernacle of boond of pees of the Lord, and offride in it a thousynde sacrifices.
||And Solomon went up thither to the brazen altar, before the tabernacle of the covenant of the Lord, and offered up on it a thousand victims.
||Ecce autem in ipsa nocte apparuit ei Deus, dicens: Postula quod vis, ut dem tibi.
||Lo! forsothe in that nyyt God apperide to hym, and seide, Axe that that thou wolt, that Y yyue to thee.
||And behold that night God appeared to him, saying: Ask what thou wilt that I should give thee.
||Dixitque Salomon Deo: Tu fecisti cum David patre meo misericordiam magnam, et constituisti me regem pro eo.
||And Salomon seide to God, Thou hast do greet mersi with Dauid, my fadir, and hast ordeyned me kyng for hym.
||And Solomon said to God: Thou hast shewn great kindness to my father David: and hast made me king in his stead.
||Nunc ergo Domine Deus, impleatur sermo tuus quem pollicitus es David patri meo: tu enim me fecisti regem super populum tuum multum, qui tam innumerabilis est quam pulvis terr
||Now therfor, Lord God, thi word be fillid, which thou bihiytist to Dauid, my fadir; for thou hast maad me kyng on thi greet puple, which is so vnnoumbrable as the dust of erthe.
||Now therefore, O Lord God, let thy word be fulfilled, which thou hast promised to David my father: for thou hast made me king over thy great people, which is as innumerable as the dust of the earth.
||Da mihi sapientiam et intelligentiam, ut ingrediar et egrediar coram populo tuo: quis enim potest hunc populum tuum digne, qui tam grandis est, judicare?
||Yiue thou to me wisdom and vndurstondyng, that Y go in and go out bifor thi puple; for who may deme worthili this thi puple, which is so greet?
||Give me wisdom and knowledge that I may come in and go out before thy people: for who can worthily judge this thy people, which is so great?
||Dixit autem Deus ad Salomonem: Quia hoc magis placuit cordi tuo, et non postulasti divitias, et substantiam, et gloriam, neque animas eorum qui te oderant, sed nec dies vit? plurimos: petisti autem sapientiam et scientiam, ut judicare possis populum meum, super quem constitui te regem:
||Sotheli God seide to Salomon, For this thing pleside more thin herte, and thou axidist not richessis, and catel, and glorie, nether the lyues of them that hatiden thee, but nether ful many daies of lijf; but thou axidist wisdom and kunnyng, that thou maist deme my puple, on which Y ordeynede thee kyng,
||And God said to Solomon: Because this choice hath pleased thy heart, and thou hast not asked riches, and wealth, and glory, nor the lives of them that hate thee, nor many days of life: but hast asked wisdom and knowledge, to be able to judge my people, over which I have made thee king,
||sapientia et scientia data sunt tibi: divitias autem et substantiam et gloriam dabo tibi, ita ut nullus in regibus nec ante te nec post te fuerit similis tui.
||wisdom and kunnyng ben youun to thee; forsothe Y schal yyue to thee richessis, and catel, and glorie, so that noon among kyngis, nether bifor thee nethir aftir thee, be lijk thee.
||Wisdom and knowledge are granted to thee: and I will give thee riches, and wealth, and glory, so that none of the kings before thee, nor after thee, shall be like thee.
||Venit ergo Salomon ab excelso Gabaon in Jerusalem coram tabernaculo f?deris, et regnavit super Isra?l.
||Therfor Salomon cam fro the hiy place of Gabaon in to Jerusalem, bifor the tabernacle of boond of pees, and he regnede on Israel.
||Then Solomon came from the high place of Gabaon to Jerusalem before the tabernacle of the covenant, and reigned over Israel.
||Solomon's power & wealth. 2Chr.1.13-17 | 1Kgs.10.26-29
||Congregavitque sibi currus et equites, et facti sunt ei mille quadringenti currus, et duodecim millia equitum: et fecit eos esse in urbibus quadrigarum, et cum rege in Jerusalem.
||And he gaderide to hym chaaris and knyytis, and a thousynde and foure hundrid charis weren maad to hym, and twelue thousynde of knyytis; and he made hem to be in the citees of cartis, and with the kyng in Jerusalem.
||And he gathered to himself chariots and horsemen, and he had a thousand four hundred chariots, and twelve thousand horsemen: and he placed them in the cities of the chariots, and with the king in Jerusalem.
||Pr?buitque rex argentum et aurum in Jerusalem quasi lapides, et cedros quasi sycomoros qu? nascuntur in campestribus multitudine magna.
||And the kyng yaf in Jerusalem gold and siluer as stoonys, and cedris as sicomoris, that comen forth in feeldi places in greet multitude.
||And the king made silver and gold to be in Jerusalem as stones, and cedar trees as sycamores, which grow in the plains in great multitude.
||Adducebantur autem ei equi de ?gypto et de Coa a negotiatoribus regis, qui ibant et emebant pretio,
||Forsothe horsis weren brouyt to hym fro Egipt, and fro Choa, bi the marchauntis of the kyng, whiche yeden, and bouyten bi prijs,
||And there were horses brought him from Egypt, and from Coa by the king's merchants, who went, and bought at a price,
||quadrigam equorum sexcentis argenteis, et equum centum quinquaginta: similiter de universis regnis Heth?orum, et a regibus Syri? emptio celebrabatur.
||a foure horsid carte for sixe hundrid platis of siluer, and an hors for an hundrid and fifti. In lijk maner biyng was maad of alle the rewmes of citees, and of the kingis of Sirie.
||A chariot of four horses for six hundred pieces of silver, and a horse for a hundred and fifty: in like manner market was made in all the kingdoms of the Hethites, and of the kings of Syria.