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Generations - Reuben. 1Chr.5.1-10

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5 PARALIPOMENON I 1 Paralipomenon - Wycliffe Bible(14c) 1 Paralipomenon - Douay Rheims(17c) Reference
1Filii quoque Ruben primogeniti Israël. (Ipse quippe fuit primogenitus ejus: sed cum violasset thorum patris sui, data sunt primogenita ejus filiis Joseph filii Israël, et non est ille reputatus in primogenitum. Also the sones of Ruben, the firste gendrid sone of Israel; for he was the first gendrid sone of Israel, but whanne he hadde defoulid the bed of his fadir, the dignitye of his firste gendryng was youun to the sones of Joseph, the sone of Israel; and Ruben was not arettid in to the firste gendrid sone. Now the sons of Ruben the firstborn of Israel, (for he was his firstborn: but forasmuch as he defiled his father's bed, his first birthright was given to the sons of Joseph the son of Israel, and he was not accounted for the firstborn. Generations - Reuben. 1Chr.5.1-10
2Porro Judas, qui erat fortissimus inter fratres suos, de stirpe ejus principes germinati sunt: primogenita autem reputata sunt Joseph.) Forsothe Judas, that was the strongeste among hise britheren, prynces weren gaderid of his generacioun; forsothe the riyt of firste gendryng was arettid to Joseph. But of the race of Juda, who was the strongest among his brethren, came the princes: but the first birthright was accounted to Joseph.)  
3Filii ergo Ruben primogeniti Israël: Enoch, et Phallu, Esron, et Carmi. Therfor the sones of Ruben, the firste gendrid sone of Israel, weren Enoch, and Phallu, Esrom, and Charmy. The sons then of Ruben the firstborn of Israel were Enoch, and Phallu, Esron, and Charmi.  
4Filii Joël: Samia filius ejus, Gog filius ejus, Semei filius ejus, The sones of Johel weren Samaie; his sone, Gog; his sone, Semey; The sons of Joel: Samaia his son, Gog his son, Semei his son,  
5Micha filius ejus, Reia filius ejus, Baal filius ejus, his sone, Mycha; his sone, Rema; his sone, Baal; Micha his son, Reia his son, Baal his son,  
6Beera filius ejus, quem captivum duxit Thelgathphalnasar rex Assyriorum, et fuit princips in tribu Ruben. his sone, Bera; whom Theglatphalassar, kyng of Assyriens, ledde prisoner; and he was prince in the lynage of Ruben. Beera his son, whom Thelgathphalnasar king of the Assyrians carried away captive, and he was prince in the tribe of Ruben.  
7Fratres autem ejus, et universa cognatio ejus, quando numerabantur per familias suas, habuerunt principes Jehiel, et Zachariam. Sotheli hise britheren, and al the kynrede, whanne thei weren noumbrid bi her meynees, hadden princes Jehiel, and Zacharie. And his brethren, and all his kindred, when they were numbered by their families, had for princes Jehiel, and Zacharias.  
8Porro Bala filius Azaz filii Samma filii Joël, ipse habitavit in Aroër usque ad Nebo, et Beelmeon. Forsothe Bala, the sone of Achaz, sone of Sama, sone of Johel, he dwellide in Aroer til to Nebo and Beelmoon; And Bala the son of Azaz, the son of Samma, the son of Joel, dwelt in Aroer as far as Nebo, and Beelmeon.  
9Contra orientalem quoque plagam habitavit usque ad introitum eremi, et flumen Euphraten. Multum quippe jumentorum numerum possidebant in terra Galaad. and he dwellide ayens the eest coost, til to the ende of deseert, and to the flood Eufrates. And he hadde in possessioun myche noumbre of beestis in the lond of Galaad. And eastward he had his habitation as far as the entrance of the desert, and the river Euphrates. For they possessed a great number of cattle in the land of Galaad.  
10In diebus autem Saul præliati sunt contra Agareos, et interfecerunt illos, habitaveruntque pro eis in tabernaculis eorum, in omni plaga, quæ respicit ad orientem Galaad. Forsothe in the daies of Saul the sones of Ruben fouyten ayens Agarenus, and killide hem; and dwelliden for hem in the tabernaclis of hem, in al the coost that biholdith to the eest of Galaad. And in the days of Saul they fought against the Agarites, and slew them, and dwelt in their tents in their stead, in all the country, that looketh to the east of Galaad.