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|12||LIBER MALACHIM III REGUM||3 Kings - Wycliffe Bible(14c)||3 Kings - Douay Rheims(17c)||Reference|
|1||Venit autem Roboam in Sichem: illuc enim congregatus erat omnis Isra?l ad constituendum eum regem.||Forsothe Roboam cam in to Sichem; for al Israel was gaderid thidur to make hym kyng.||And Roboam went to Sichem: for thither were all Israel come together to make him king.||The revolt of the northern tribes. JEROBOAM king of Israel. (936 BCE) 1Kgs.12.1-20 | 2Chr.10.1-19|
|2||At vero Jeroboam filius Nabat, cum adhuc esset in ?gypto profugus a facie regis Salomonis, audita morte ejus, reversus est de ?gypto.||And sotheli Jeroboam, sone of Nabath, whanne he was yit in Egipt, and fledde fro the face of kyng Salomon, turnede ayen fro Egipt, for the deeth of Salomon was herd;||But Jeroboam the son of Nabat, who was yet in Egypt, a fugitive from the face of king Solomon, hearing of his death, returned out of Egypt.|
|3||Miseruntque et vocaverunt eum: venit ergo Jeroboam, et omnis multitudo Isra?l, et locuti sunt ad Roboam, dicentes:||and thei senten, and clepiden hym. Therfor Jeroboam cam, and al the multitude of Israel, and thei spaken to Roboam,||And they sent and called him: and Jeroboam came, and all the multitude of Israel, and they spoke to Roboam, saying:|
|4||Pater tuus durissimum jugum imposuit nobis: tu itaque nunc imminue paululum de imperio patris tui durissimo, et de jugo gravissimo quod imposuit nobis, et serviemus tibi.||and seiden, Thi fadir puttide hardeste yok on vs, therfor abate thou a litil now of the hardest comaundement of thi fadir, and of the greuousiste yok which he puttide on vs, and we schulen serue to thee.||Thy father laid a grievous yoke upon us: now therefore do thou take off a little of the grievous service of thy father, and of his most heavy yoke, which he put upon us, and we will serve thee.|
|5||Qui ait eis: Ite usque ad tertium diem, et revertimini ad me. Cumque abiisset populus,||Which Roboam seide to hem, Go ye til to the thridde dai, and turne ye ayen to me.||And he said to them: Go till the third day, and come to me again. And when the people was gone,|
|6||iniit consilium rex Roboam cum senioribus, qui assistebant coram Salomone patre ejus, cum adhuc viveret, et ait : Quod datis mihi consilium, ut respondeam populo huic ?||And whanne the puple hadde go, kyng Roboam took counsel with the eldere men, that stoden bifor Salomon, his fadir, while he lyuyde yit; and Roboam seide, What counsel yyue ye to me, that Y answere to the puple?||King Roboam took counsel with the old men, that stood before Solomon his father while he yet lived, and he said: What counsel do you give me, that I may answer this people?|
|7||Qui dixerunt ei: Si hodie obedieris populo huic, et servieris, et petitioni eorum cesseris, locutusque fueris ad eos verba lenia, erunt tibi servi cunctis diebus.||Whiche seiden to hym, If thou obeiest to dai to this puple, and seruest this puple, and yyuest stide to her axyng, and spekist to hem liyte wordis, thei schulen be seruauntis to thee in alle daies.||They said to him: If thou wilt yield to this people to day, and condescend to them, and grant their petition, and wilt speak gentle words to them, they will be thy servants always.|
|8||Qui dereliquit consilium senum, quod dederant ei, et adhibuit adolescentes, qui nutriti fuerant cum eo, et assistebant illi,||Which Roboam forsook the counsel of elde men, which thei yauen to hym, and took yonge men, that weren nurschid with hym, and stoden nyy him;||But he left the counsel of the old men, which they had given him, and consulted with the young men, that had been brought up with him, and stood before him.|
|9||dixitque ad eos: Quod mihi datis consilium, ut respondeam populo huic, qui dixerunt mihi: Levius fac jugum quod imposuit pater tuus super nos?||and he seide to hem, What counsel yyue ye to me, that Y answere to this puple, that seiden to me, Make thou esyere the yok which thi fadir puttide on vs?||And he said to them: What counsel do you give me, that I may answer this people, who have said to me: Make the yoke which thy father put upon us lighter?|
|10||Et dixerunt ei juvenes qui nutriti fuerant cum eo : Sic loqueris populo huic, qui locuti sunt ad te, dicentes : Pater tuus aggravavit jugum nostrum, tu releva nos. Sic loqueris ad eos : Minimus digitus meus grossior est dorso patris mei.||And the yonge men, that weren nurschid with hym, seiden to hym, Thus speke thou to this puple, that spaken to thee, and seiden, Thi fadir made greuouse oure yok, releeue thou vs; thus thou schalt speke to hem, My leest fyngur is grettere than the bak of my fader;||And the young men that had been brought up with him, said: Thus shalt thou speak to this people, who have spoken to thee, saying: Thy father made our yoke heavy, do thou ease us. Thou shalt say to them: My little finger is thicker than the back of my father.|
|11||Et nunc pater meus posuit super vos jugum grave, ego autem addam super jugum vestrum: pater meus cecidit vos flagellis, ego autem c?dam vos scorpionibus.||and now my fadir puttide on you a greuouse yok, forsothe Y schal adde on youre yok; my fadir beet you with scourgis, forsothe Y schal bete you with scorpiouns.||And now my father put a, heavy yoke upon you, but I will add to your yoke: my father beat you with whips, but I will beat you with scorpions.|
|12||Venit ergo Jeroboam et omnis populus ad Roboam die tertia, sicut locutus fuerat rex, dicens: Revertimini ad me die tertia.||Therfor Jeroboam, and al the puple, cam to Roboam, in the thridde dai, as the kyng spak, seiynge, Turne ye ayen to me in the thridde dai.||So Jeroboam and all the people came to Roboam the third day, as the king had appointed, saying: Come to me again the third day.|
|13||Responditque rex populo dura, derelicto consilio seniorum quod ei dederant,||And the kyng answeride harde thingis to the puple, while the counsel of eldere men was forsakun, which thei hadden youe to hym;||And the king answered the people roughly, leaving the counsel of the old men, which they had given him,|
|14||et locutus est eis secundum consilium juvenum, dicens: Pater meus aggravavit jugum vestrum, ego autem addam jugo vestro: pater meus cecidit vos flagellis, ego autem c?dam vos scorpionibus.||and he spak to hem bi the counsel of yonge men, and seide, My fadir made greuouse youre yok, forsothe Y schal adde to youre yok; my fadir beet you with scourgis, forsothe Y schal bete you with scorpiouns.||And he spoke to them according to the counsel of the young men, saying: My father made your yoke heavy, but I will add to your yoke: my father beat you with whips, but I will beat you with scorpions.|
|15||Et non acquievit rex populo: quoniam aversatus fuerat eum Dominus, ut suscitaret verbum suum quod locutus fuerat in manu Ahi? Silonit?, ad Jeroboam filium Nabat.||And the kyng assentide not to the puple, for the Lord hadde turned awey, ether hadde wlatid hym, that the Lord schulde reise his word, which he hadde spoke in the hond of Ahias of Silo to Jeroboam, sone of Nabath.||And the king condescended not to the people: for the Lord was turned away from him, to make good his word, which he had spoken in the hand of Ahias the Silonite, to Jeroboam the son of Nabat.|
|16||Videns itaque populus quod noluisset eos audire rex, respondit ei dicens:
Qu? nobis pars in David?
vel qu? h?reditas in filio Isai?
vade in tabernacula tua, Isra?l:
nunc vide domum tuam, David.
Etabiit Isra?l in tabernacula sua.
|Therfor the puple siy, that the kyng nolde here hem; and the puple answeride to the kyng, and seide,
What part is to vs in Dauid,
ether what eritage in the sone of Ysay?
Israel, turne thou ayen in to thi tabernaclis;
now, Dauid, se thou thin hows.
And Israel yede in to hise tabernaclis.
|Then the people seeing that the king would not hearken to them, answered him, saying : |
What portion have we in David?
or what inheritance in the son of Isai?
Go home to thy dwellings,
O Israel, now David look to thy own house.
So Israel departed to their dwellings.
|17||Super filios autem Isra?l, quicumque habitabant in civitatibus Juda, regnavit Roboam.||Forsothe Roboam regnede on the sones of Israel, whiche euere dwelliden in the citees of Juda.||But as for all the children of Israel that dwelt in the cities of Juda, Roboam reigned over them.|
|18||Misit ergo rex Roboam Aduram, qui erat super tributa: et lapidavit eum omnis Isra?l, et mortuus est. Porro rex Roboam festinus ascendit currum, et fugit in Jerusalem:||Therfore kyng Roboam sente Adhuram, that was on the tributis; and al the puple of Israel stonyde hym, and he was deed.||Then king Roboam sent Aduram, who was over the tribute: and all Israel stoned him, and he died. Wherefore king Roboam made haste to get him up into his chariot, and he fled to Jerusalem:|
|19||recessitque Isra?l a domo David usque in pr?sentem diem.||Forsothe kyng Roboam stiede hastili on the chare, and fledde in to Jerusalem; and Israel departide fro the hows of Dauid, til in to present dai.||And Israel revolted from the house of David, unto this day.|
|20||Factum est autem cum audisset omnis Isra?l quod reversus esset Jeroboam, miserunt, et vocaverunt eum congregato c?tu, et constituerunt eum regem super omnem Isra?l: nec secutus est quisquam domum David pr?ter tribum Juda solam.||Forsothe it was doon, whanne al Israel hadde herd that Jeroboam turnede ayen, thei senten, and clepiden hym, whanne the cumpany was gaderid togidere, and thei maden hym kyng on al Israel; and no man suede the hows of Dauid, outakun the lynage aloone of Juda.||And it came to pass when all Israel heard that Jeroboam was come again, that they gathered an assembly, and sent and called him, and made him king over all Israel, and there was none that followed the house of David but the tribe of Juda only.|
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